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Have severe headache during exercise and masturbation. What could be the reason for this?

Ok so the back of my head hurts a lot when I begin to masterbath. It's a painful experience but when I stop, it starts to decelerate. I am 17 years old & wondering if this is serious. To add on, this happened two days ago when I was doing that but earlier that day I was exercising (running, weight lifting & boxing) and it started to hurt. It especially hurt when I was boxing as when I hit the punching bag, my head hurt with ever hit (this was intense exercise). So I was wondering if this was because of the exercise or of masterbathing (I do do it often). Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Such acts causes blood congestion inside the brain that causes the headache, very vigorous forceful acts causes kind of manuar like valsalva mnuar causing more blood supply towards brain causing more than enough blood ( Congestion) that is reason for headache just go lightly gently, Good day
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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