My girlfriend has headaches after orgasm

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  1. horny_student

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    My girlfriend doesn't usually have orgasms during sexual intercourse. But, if I finger her at the same time, or if I masturbate her apart from intercourse, she occasionally has some strong headaches. A kind of headache that is softer when she is lying down and stronger when she gets up.

    Less often, she even has these headaches after doggy style sex.

    She is getting afraid of these headaches, because one of her relatives went into menopause in her thirties, because of an aneurism. So, most of the times, she doesn't want to orgasm at all. I like to give her pleasure so much... I don't know what to do.

    If anyone is familiar with a case like this, please help us
     
  2. nurseharley

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    sweet home...
    I've had and still have this problem, not all of the time though. Try not to finger her or do anything that you know makes it worse, for starters. She needs to see a doctor if she's worried about menopause and her general health.
     
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    Google "coital cephalgia" and read about it.
     
  4. backcheck64

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    Stop punching her in the head when you make her cum, nobody likes the donkey punch.
     
  5. Maverick

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    Dude, I just spit beer. LOL

    Seriously, see a Doctor, especially if it's genetic.