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Stephanie says:. On a side note It may be a pinched nerve in your neck. Feb 27 By Kerrie Smyres. Joking or not, asking for pictures, hitting on people, etc, are not welcome here. I am glad Heaadaches see that there is a bit Headaches while masterbating info about this as I did not want to see my doctor about it, though still worried it can cause a stroke or something as it feels like head is exploding. About a week before I had my first headache I had the worst allergy attack of my life. Is this just Headaches while masterbating to me or are others experiencing the pain on Bake juicy chicken breasts side only as well?? I said no thank you.

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Guest over a year ago In reply to John on - click to read. When men over masturbate, the body produces an excess of enzymes, which prevent the body from converting major neurotransmitters into GABA. Headaches while masterbating over a year ago i has also experienced this before. You can react to Fantazi porn pain by feeling nauseous etc. Interesting Facts. My height is only 5 feet 7 inches. I get massive headaches when i masturbate. Aneurysms, tumors, meningitis, strokes, bleeding in the matserbating, and several endocrine disorders can also trigger sex headaches. Headache when masturbating? Bad headache after masturbating? Headaches while masterbating that isn't it then I would ask if you use anything to enhance the experience, like a lubricant or something like that. Is it ok to masturbate with a relative just watching no touching?

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Started by paul. Science News Features. Interviews Answers to Science Questions. Pages: Have you ever had a Thunderclap Headache During Orgasm? I am glad I found this site! I'm a 31 yr old man and I experienced this headache about three weeks ago.

I was having sex with my girlfriend and It got pretty intense! Right before I came I started feeling warm, i started to feel this strain in my head as if my head was going to burst and right before coming, I experieced a headache like non other.

It was the worst headache I have ever had. I really thought I had just had an aneurysm. Even taking an advil, that headache didn't go away for about a day. From then on, every time I'm about to orgasm I feel that headache coming on. It's not as bad as the first, but it is still very painful. Now i have this pulsating pain in my head that off and on through out the day.

Taking medicine relieves it, but it continues to come back. Will this ever go away!? My blood pressure has been pretty high since this started. In my past I have had very slight headaches associated with sexual activity but nothing like the pain brought on by these orgasm headaches, in fact I believe they were do more to physical excretion rather than vessels dilating as with the orgasm headache.

This pain brought me to my knees and was so strong my stomach wanted to make me vomit and my abdominal muscles were contracting as if to suggest I was going to vomit. After about 1 min of this it never faded or went away and at that point I and my girlfriend are worried this may be something the hospital would need to look at, but not having insurance I go and take 2 excedrin which after 20 minutes or so kicks in all the while still having the throbbing headache.

To be honest at this point in time I feel helpless and afraid, why is this happening to me? I cant afford to have a MRI in the states any imaging serves will run you about 10k where you might get a discount but who can afford a 5, scan that as many have said yielded no results?

I would like to mention I may have not been breathing properly and am guilty of intentionality building pressure to increase orgasm and this has never been a problem for me but I understand that I can no longer do that.

The next day im googling around and read everything in this thread and although comforting it seems as with all human medical issues everyone is effected differently and the causes seem to be different for everyone, but is there not a study somewhere where someone is sexually aroused while taking an MRI or scan? I believe this would indicate the problem and it seems everyone who experiences this problem goes to the doc who gives them pain meds likely clouding the results of the scan and find nothing.

The fallowing morning I decide I will have to try to experiment and try masturbating to see what works and what doesn't. I didn't eat breakfast and took 2 excedrin and waited about min and tried again, this time breathing deeply and having the excedrin to help. While masturbating i started to feel the pain but it was very dull and i was breathing deeply so the 02 levels were likely high. My hands and arms started to shake which i attribute to the 02 being high and my body telling me it was in pain but I couldn't feel it as much.

I finished and it felt like a fraction of pain I usually feel and lasted about 1 min or so before going back to normal. A little about me: Im athletic very balanced diet have been working in the medial field so have some knowledge about how the body works history: about a year ago I was working out really hard and caused a headache, not comparable to the orgasm headaches throughout my younger life I would feel a stabbing feeling in my brain for about 1 to 4 seconds, this would occur about once every 6 mo and was never sever enough to see a doc about.

I have stopped smoking weed, however this has no withdraw symptoms. I am a 18 yr old female. I've recently been experiencing horrible pains in my temples right before I orgasm.

It has happened 3 times now, the first time it hit really hard but went away in about 15 seconds. The second time it was a bit stronger and lasted longer.

But this third time, was the worst! Oh and the first 2 times it was only in my left temple. Anyway, this last time stated in both temples and worked itself around the front of my forehead and down the sides of my head around the back of my neck. The pain was unbearable! I've lived with migraines about 2 or 3 times a week since I was 10, so I'm usually pretty use to any head pain, but this was the worst pain I've ever experienced!!! The lasted almost an hour. I've been reading some of these post, and I'm really starting to get scared.

I will add that it doesn't happen when my husband and I have sex, only when we use both of my vibrators. I do have 2 injured disc in my back and scoliosis if that helps anyone with anything.

The only time the doctors have found high blood pressure is when I have a bad migraine. It was my Occiput.. So I had all the same symptoms and thought I was about to die the first time the headache rushed over me. Sit down back straight with your left hand take your pulse on your right wrist. Do you feel your pulse? Now hold your breath and lean your head back then to the right Far back Right. Did you pulse disappear?

Did it drop off? Now do the same with your left hand pulse and lean your head to the back left. Did your pulse disappear? Not some new age whack job but a Chiropractor that cracks you. The Occiput is the bone that connects the spine to your head and your arteries go in to the Occiput then in to the brain.

When the Occiput is tilted you lose blood flow to your head and BAM you get a massive headache when the tissue starts to swell in your upper neck during sex. I went the chiropractor 5 times every other day and he fixed my headaches.

I felt a difference after the 3 visit and by the 5th it was completely fixed. Hope this helps. FuzzyUK Sr. Member Activity: 0. Has anyone heard of this being associated with an energetic problem. Orgasm is a massive release of energy and if the energy center at the top of the head is blocked then it cannot pass.

The fact that the headache occurs precisely at the time of orgasm makes me think this could be the cause. I have experienced this twice and it was excruciatingly painful, lasting for a day or two. I was wondering if anyone with energy work experience had some input on the subject. On a side note FuzzyUK bumped this thread right about the time this just happened to me lol. I recently experienced this kind of headache. I'm 48M, with no history of headaches.

The first time it occurred just at the moment of orgasm. I thought I was having an aneurism or a stroke or both, it was so severe. And then for about 36 hours I had symptoms similar to a hangover -- dull, persistent headache that worsened if I moved around, occasional nausea. Same thing -- no warning, no buildup of pain, just suddenly an overwhelming throbbing headache through my entire head. And then two days of hangover-like symptoms, much worse during the first 24 hours but still bad up to 48 hours.

I have borderline high blood pressure -- my numbers are right at the upper edge of "normal" blood pressure. No previous headache issues of any kind. I haven't seen a doctor yet, I have an appointment next week so I'll see what he says.

Hi Glad I found this site. It's reassuring to see so many other people have experienced this. I recently mentioned it in passing to my Doctor and next thing I know I've got an appointment for a scan soon which is bloody scary. Anyone else on here had a CT scan for this? Looking through other posts it seems more of a precaution than anything. All my symptoms are like everyone's been saying, starts at the back of the head just before orgasm and bursts through the sides.

Gone when I wake up in the morning. I have only just started getting these. OMG, the worst head pain ever. I have epilepsy and am worried something like this will trigger a seizure. I've read on a few replies here about breathing methods, not tilting your head back very hard NOT to do during orgasm.

A while back I got what you guys refer to as a thunder cap headache or migraine. I am worried as I am only 16!! Year old male. It happen just as I was reaching the climax, and bam the pounding and throbbing made me stop strait away and turned me of. I was really disey and was sensitive to the light. The pain lessened a little bit but lasted about 2 to 3 days. Over the last couple of days I have begun to experience these really bad headaches when I reach an orgasm.

Fastest way to shave male crotch? Aneurysms, tumors, meningitis, strokes, bleeding in the skull, and several endocrine disorders can also trigger sex headaches. Catuaba and Shilajit work together to cut down inflammation and increase blood flow. A fit person should be troubled less from exertion headaches, including those from sexual activity. Find out how severe you damaged your body with over masturbating and the solutions. The excess cortisol will constrict the carotid arteries, which provide blood to the head and neck.

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Guest over a year ago. John over a year ago. This has happened to me three times now over the past 15 years but I dont forget. Like others, getting towards climax ive had to stop as the pain is too intense, it has always affected the left side of my brain a bit deeper from the surface and a bit closer to the ear back from the temple. Once i've had the headache, straight away I have found that cold water across my face and head relieves it slightly but the pain has been so intense that it feels as though it has bruised me somewhat and stays throbbing ever so slightly in my head for about 1 week and during that time any strenuous activity, lifting, bending down, trying too hard going to the toilet and heavy exercising can increase the pain.

The link between all three occasions has been that every time was the morning after I had been out for a couple of drinks and I might have been slightly dehydrated, also I was standing up on all three occasions. I visited the doctor on the second incident whilst my head was throbbing and i was told that my blood pressure was normal, the other checks also ok and was given some migralieve tablets which didnt help at all.

I have also found that pain relief tablets only work slightly or not at all. I have found that controlling your breathing whilst doing anything strenuous is very important, keep well hydrated and very light exercise during the recovery helps. Couldn't find what you looking for? New Reply Follow New Topic. Guest over a year ago i get headaches when i masterbate. Guest over a year ago it happened to me also few months ago.

Guest over a year ago i has also experienced this before. Guest over a year ago Hello, Yes this headache is common in masterbation and sexual stimulation as it increases your vein size that lies in a part of your brian, stopping for a week or two is the best solution.

Guest over a year ago i recently was concussed and i get excrutiating migraines during masterbating Guest over a year ago Im 16 n i feel small is that normal for my age. Guest over a year ago High Blood Pressure, Go see a doctor.

Guest over a year ago Thank you very much for the helpfull tips i just got it like this morning so thanks this really helped alot i hate haveing a stiffy but ill suck it up for a few week's thanks again. Guest over a year ago Yes it's just time, I got a minor concusion after wake boarding and didn't realize that was the reason for headaches while master baiting until again I wiped out while wake boarding and now the headaches are back, it's all in time though which I have learned.

Guest over a year ago You've just gotta be talented with what you've got, or take penis enlargement at Walmart you don't have to be18 to buy it. John over a year ago This has happened to me three times now over the past 15 years but I dont forget. Guest over a year ago In reply to John on - click to read. Hi John here again, well its happened again and same causes and same symptoms. I'm 44 by the way not that that is relevant but might help someone else.

Guest over a year ago I have had the same problem recently. All I did was I slowed it down. And when you feel the headache coming on, that means you are going to fast. So stop for 30 seconds, then go slower. And when done, get a big glass of water. After a while your body will be able to go faster.

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