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Miscarriage, unprotected sex, puking, gags, spits after sex

My girlfriend and I just had a miscarriage awhile ago its been hard on me the man . After some time we ve started having unprotected sex again which I think is great cause I want to have a baby after the failed one. But recently I ve noticed she s felt like puking and just gags and spits after sex what does it mean? Is it something bad on my behalf?
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Welcome to HCM

I think most of the time nausea after sex is unrelated to it. It might be your subjective feeling.

Nausea may be due to stomach upset, which might be exaggerated during sex as result of pressure on the stomach.

I advice you to speak with your girl friend, whether she has any stomach upset or reflux disease. Treatment will be over the counter available medicine like antacid, h2 blockers and ppi's will be helpful.

Rarely the nauseas feeling after sex is usually caused by either a hormonal imbalance, or from the cervix being hit continuously during sex.

It is unlikely as you have not mentioned any previous incidents.

I advice you to treat the stomach upset if it is there. The problem should resolve on its own in week or so.

I hope i have provided the information you needed.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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