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How you orgasm tells a lot about you
The bizarre side effects of orgasms are relatively unchartered territory for scientists.
However, one study claims it “confirms the existence of diverse and frequently replicated peri-orgasmic phenomena.”
In layman’s terms this means side effects that are specially triggered by orgasms in people.This may be the greatest 'dad joke' of all time
The wide range of bizarre reactions that can occur during orgasm include laughter and tears, according to the study carried out at the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore.
A wide range of bizarre post-orgasm sensations has been reported to the medical community.
These include physical weakness, suddenly finding orgasms painful, a state of unease and an overwhelming itching sensation.The real price of divorce
Crying or laughter can also occur, which must be a cause of some stress to partners in the situation.
The side effects can range from the silly to the rather serious.
Laughter, facial and/or ear pain, foot pain, headaches, panic attack, post-orgasm illness syndrome and seizures were also reported.Scientists are baffled by girl locked In a cage for 12 years
The study said: “These phenomena are rare and, as is typical of rare phenomena, their documentation in the medical literature is largely confined to case studies.”
However, not all of these side effects experienced after sex will be peri-orgasmic phenomena and might need medical attention, or just mean something else.
Pepper Schwartz, Ph.D., author of Everything You Know About Love and Sex Is Wrong told Women’s Health: “An orgasm instigates the release of powerful hormones, such as dopamine, epinephrine, and oxytocin, all of which rile the emotions.”Your sex dreams, decoded
Since humans are in a state of intense emotion after orgasming, laughter, crying, light-headedness and feeling anxious can be all par for the course.
However, pain after an orgasm could be a sign of a very serious health problem.
A British woman was left paralysed by an orgasm, after the climax caused her to have a stroke.This is how much longer women’s orgasms last than men’s
The mother-of-one had ignored the painful headaches she regularly experienced after an orgasm.