so my boyfriend and i have a problem with our sex life every time he gets me really excited and i'm about to orgasm i get sick to my stomach and then i puke. its ruining my sex drive because i'm so embarrassed. should i go see a doctor?
I would see your Dr about this. The only other thought is; have you tried taking a Gravol prior to sex to see if that helps? I'm at a loss as to why this would happen to you. I have heard of this before with a girl who would get sick from the doggy position, motion sickness I guess?
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Report This| Share this:i need advise on figuring out what is wrong with me?I would see your Dr about this. The only other thought is; have you tried taking a Gravol prior to sex to see if that helps? I'm at a loss as to why this would happen to you. I have heard of this before with a girl who would get sick from the doggy position, motion sickness I guess?
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