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Had oral sex. Hands, arms, mouth cramped, look contorted. What do you think it is?

Hi, the last 2 times that I have had sex my hands and part of my arms and my mouth have cramped up to the point that i have not control and my hands look all contorted. this has never happened before and it freaked me out. it did not have to do with orgasiming it just randomly happened .... some research i have done in this has lead me to believe that maybey i have a potassium difficiency or maybe just was hyperventilating, what do you think
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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There could be a few possibilities.
1.The position that you may have used may not have been a comfortable one.Too much of strain could have caused the cramps.
2.You may have been too tight which would have resulted in reduced blood supply to the muscles and the eventual cramps.
3.Dehydration is another factor precipitating factor for cramps.Either reduced water intake or excessive loss of water from the body could cause this.
4.Electrolyte imbalances like hypokalemia may also cause cramps on exertion,but its difficult to predict and the best way to confirm is to check serum potassium levels.
5.Hyperventilation is a definite possibility.Hyperventilation washes away the carbon dioxide from the body resulting in respiratory alkalosis. This interferes with calcium metabolism and results in cramps and tetany.
Hope it was useful.
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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