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    Is this normal? Tried to stand up after sex and collapsed, and couldn't stand up or focus for a long time.

    I asked a couple of friends but they seemed to think it was funny and were all 'what a lad' (at my boyfriend). But it was really horrible and it really freaked my boyfriend out!

    Is this fairly common or should I ask a doctor?
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    Ha nice friends -.- was it more like a head rush from getting up too quickly? Maybe ring and get an appointment, doesn't sound good
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is this normal? Tried to stand up after sex and collapsed, and couldn't stand up or focus for a long time.

    I asked a couple of friends but they seemed to think it was funny and were all 'what a lad' (at my boyfriend). But it was really horrible and it really freaked my boyfriend out!

    Is this fairly common or should I ask a doctor?
    ah it could be very much a "petit moir" A little death - basically sex was so awesome you pass out a little bit from all the exertion and joy joy feelings.

    Bro fist bump to your fella.
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    (Original post by silverbolt)
    ah it could be very much a "petit moir" A little death - basically sex was so awesome you pass out a little bit from all the exertion and joy joy feelings.

    Bro fist bump to your fella.
    'La petit mort'...
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    could be low blood sugar/rush or lack of oxygen to the brain.. the same thing happens to me after intensive exercise, so I guess it could happen after sex too... you might just wanna check you're not anaemic.
 
 
 
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