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Extreme abdominal pain, dizziness, blurred vision, sweating, overheating with loss of hearing after intercourse. Reason?

After intercorse I had these terrible syptoms; I felt extreame abdominal pain , felt sick, felt like I had to go to the bathroom, felt dizzy and had blurred vision , I was sweating and over heating I had to poor ice water on my self, i had loss of hearing . I thought I was dying. This has happened a couple times after sex.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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1. loss of hearing: can be due because of trying too hard and holding your breath too long to achieve an orgasm, too much excitement can cause the same.
2. blurry vision: If you get up straight after having sex, you may go light headed and have blurry vision but this is temporary and doesn't last longer.
3. abdominal pain:after intercourse can be due to impact but it can also be due to pelvic congestion.

PS: if you experience pain after sex that you consult with your doctor/ gynaecologist for further evaluation and to rule out any serious causes.
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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