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Headache and dizziness with stomach pain, threw up. What does it sound like?

I had sex for the first time than days later I had a head ack and dizzynes also a little stomach pain in da lower area than I had sex a second time that night that I went to sleep I woke up with a bad stomach pain in the lower area I couldn t go to sleep so I tryed to walk around and I got dizzy and had to throw up it hurted so I layed down than I got back up I had to throw up again I couldn t take the pain so I tuck to pain pills and I was able to sleep woke up this morning still feel bad but not as bad as last night
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

As you have just started having sex, you might have done for a longer duration and it in uncomfortable positions or are too anxious after the sexual act.

I suggest you enjoy sex and take it gently for the first few times. It is a mutual exercise and there is much more to sex than physical sexual intercourse. You could start having a longer foreplay and also spend some more time with your partner after having sex and try to be as gentle as possible.

If you are throwing up, I suggest you have light foods before having sex and just allow yourself to relax physically and mentally after your session.

hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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