This Is 1 Symptom You Should Never Ignore After Sex According to an Ob-Gyn


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Sex should leave you feeling euphoric, not sick.

, 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
.”Women with endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease may experience painful intercourse,” Dr. Streicher said. Other causes range from vaginal or cervical infections to fibroids.”If you experience any type of intercourse that is painful, you should see a gynecologist,” she added.
Perhaps more rarely, nausea is a symptom of a psychological condition known as sexual aversion disorder.”We don’t know how often it occurs in women, but we know that it can stem from past sexual trauma, or being brought up in a very religious atmosphere where sex was ‘bad,'” Dr. Streicher explained. Treatments like
or anxiety medication can help, so always discuss any concerns with your doctor.

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