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“Sex headache?” (Mailbag)

“Sex headache?” (Mailbag)

Here’s a little treat that will make your 2021 a whole lot better. 

Today I had what I now know was a ‘sex headache.’

Sex is supposed to be pleasurable. 

It’s supposed to whisk you away to orgasmic paradise.

Yet, for many, sex is painful. Some experience excruciating pain, while some feel annoying discomfort during sex.

We can’t have any of that at all! 

I’ve always been an advocate of intimacy, especially for couples in long-term relationships. 

Lovers without sex are just heartbreaking.

I just received two emails about sex headaches from someone who says a “weird” pain she feels when on the verge of coming or after climax ruined her orgasms.

Check out her email and my response below.

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STOP THE PAIN 

“Hi, Susan. Today I had what I now know was a ‘sex headache.’ Have you ever had any experience with this? It came on quickly and painfully, just as I was about to reach orgasm. I couldn’t continue. It went away pretty quickly a couple of minutes later. I was able to have an orgasm after waiting a little while and had no headache. This has happened a few times in my life, and I’d like to know what you know about it. Thanks.” — Katarina (not her real name) 

“The other night, my lady and I were lying in bed. I gave her a clitoris orgasm, but she ended up with a headache. I know she was scared because she told me so. The specialist looking after her aneurysm told her to get an ambulance and go to the hospital if she got a bad headache. I have concluded that reaching an orgasm elevates the BP. Is that correct? If so, does it mean that I should not make love to her again?” — James (not his real name)

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Hi, Katarina and John. 

Yes, some women experience sex headaches when they strain to have an orgasm.

Instead of clenching up, breathe deeply into your Yoni. 

Check Out This Article On Breathing During Sex 

Here’s An Article About Erotic Breathing Techniques

Pushing out and deep breathing will fix this issue. 

One of the best ways to have more pleasure, better lovemaking, and healthier sex life is to feed your body with the nutrients you need for a robust cardiovascular system.

That is why I developed my nutritional supplements made of high-quality, organic ingredients. 

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Let me know how you do. 

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