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Is there any relation between sex and headache?

Is there any relation btw sex and headache. my girl freind said that if she haves sex with orgasms, her headache is relived, so whenver she has severe headache, she is ready for sex, i dont know the medical fact behind headache and sex. but i am enjoying these days. if you know any stimulating facts about the sex please mention it.
Tue, 13 Jul 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Sex is known to relieve mental tension and stress from the olden days. Get your girlfriend examined, her headache should not become a worse problem; she might be suffering from tension headache, or some stress or migraine. dont take it as a excuse for enjoying, be a responsible person and take care of her if you really love her.

  User's Response

Yes the headache may be due to some underlying problem. You should act responsibly if you love her. and get proper check and treatment done.

  Anonymous's Response
That is the best ever thing, I request all girls, if they have any headache come to me i will make them headache-free.
You should not wait another minute to fuck her well so her heached got released fastest.
  User's Response
I think there is no relation between sex and headache. your girlfriend is confused i feel they are two differnt things. How can the headache get cured by having sex, this is baseless i feel. There is no conenction betwwen the two.
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