Nausea after sex can affect any one — and there are surprisingly a lot of reasons why it can occur. Keep reading to find out more about why you may feel sick after sex and when you should see your doctor. Nausea after sex can be the result of acute and chronic medical conditions. In addition to the potential causes listed in sections below, some causes of nausea after sex include:. If you have nausea after sex more than once, you may wish to talk to your doctor about potential underlying causes. People with vaginas who feel nauseated after penetrative sex may experience an episode of vasovagal syncope. This could occur when your partner penetrates very deeply, hitting your cervix.
By Hayley Richardson For Mailonline. Sex is meant to make us feel good, but sometimes our bodies have other ideas. One of the rare but certainly unwanted side effects of intercourse is feeling sick afterwards - and it can put a serious dampener on your post-coital bliss. According to Dr Leila Frodsham, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, while it's incredibly rare, some people may feel nauseous after sex. And if you've experienced it, then it could be down to endometriosis or possibly overstimulation of the cervix, which is highly sensitive. Naturally many women would associate feeling that way with morning sickness - especially if they're trying to get pregnant. But, reassuringly for women who aren't trying to conceive, the unpleasant symptom is most likely nothing to do with pregnancy, due to the fact morning sickness usually kicks in around two weeks after a missed period or when you're around six weeks gone. If you suffer from endometriosis, a painful condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, the pelvic pressure you experience during sex could induce feelings of nausea, especially if it's around your time of the month. Dr Frodsham said: 'Post-coital nausea rarely presents as a form of sexual dysfunction and may have many causes.
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Sex should leave you feeling euphoric, but if your stomach has ever felt unsettled afterward , it's important that you get to the bottom of it. That said, it does happen, usually for one of a few reasons. The first has to do with the cervix, the gatekeeper between your vaginal canal and your uterus. Streicher explained. This can cause you to feel nauseous or even to pass out. Your cervix changes throughout your cycle, dropping lower during your period , which may make it more susceptible during penetration. You might also feel nauseous if sex is painful, which may be the result of an underlying condition.
Many girls notice at an early age how their bodies are different from that of their mothers and other adult women. Eventually, girls learn what to expect with puberty, as they transition from a girl to a woman. The school curriculum, media influences, and talking with friends teaches girls how their bodies and emotions will change. Definition of puberty: The period or age at which a person is first capable of sexual reproduction. The changes associated with puberty can be difficult. Many girls anxiously await the opportunity to wear a bra for the first time or think about becoming a mom in the future.