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    Earlier today I achieved an orgasm in the shower whilst masturbating (I'm a girl by the way). I got up and out of the shower when my legs went extremely shaky and weak. That had happened before so I didn't think much of it until I heard this static like noise that blocked other sounds. I reached up and touched my ears and they had sort of closed over and when I spoke, my voice sounded really distant. It got to the point where I couldn't hear anything except this static.

    I am a bit of a hypochondriac, but I was genuinely terrified. I have been doing the do every time I shower or every few days and I have never felt this bad. Can someone help me? I don't know if I'm being dramatic or not, but I was so scared.
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    Earlier today I achieved an orgasm in the shower whilst masturbating (I'm a girl by the way). I got up and out of the shower when my legs went extremely shaky and weak. That had happened before so I didn't think much of it until I heard this static like noise that blocked other sounds. I reached up and touched my ears and they had sort of closed over and when I spoke, my voice sounded really distant. It got to the point where I couldn't hear anything except this static.

    I am a bit of a hypochondriac, but I was genuinely terrified. I have been doing the do every time I shower or every few days and I have never felt this bad. Can someone help me? I don't know if I'm being dramatic or not, but I was so scared.
    That sounds like a “head rush” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthostatic_hypotension that article doesn’t mention the ear roaring but I get that every time) it’s normally because of a change in posture but it sounds like the shower and orgasm caused something similar (its about a sudden change in blood pressure).

    It isn’t anything to worry about (if anything it’s your body warning you that you might be about to faint so you can do something about it!). Might be worth skipping masturbating in the shower....or just set it to cold for a few seconds before you get out to wake your body up before you ask it to walk.

    If it happens then it’s best to sit/lie down and breathe calmly to give your body a chance to catch up. If you get it often then it’s worth visiting a doctor - to check out whether there’s anything that they can do to help reduce it.
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    That sounds like a “head rush” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthostatic_hypotension that article doesn’t mention the ear roaring but I get that every time) it’s normally because of a change in posture but it sounds like the shower and orgasm caused something similar (its about a sudden change in blood pressure).

    It isn’t anything to worry about (if anything it’s your body warning you that you might be about to faint so you can do something about it!). Might be worth skipping masturbating in the shower....or just set it to cold for a few seconds before you get out to wake your body up before you ask it to walk.

    If it happens then it’s best to sit/lie down and breathe calmly to give your body a chance to catch up. If you get it often then it’s worth visiting a doctor - to check out whether there’s anything that they can do to help reduce it.
    Thank God. I really appreciate the input. I guess I'm going to have to sort out my hypochondria!
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    Do not worry as it is just your body adjusting
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    I'm a guy and this has happened to me too! I have no idea what or why it happens, but like it seems only when the shower is really hot, and it happens only once every few months, but yeah I get really shaky after and feel queasy
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    I'm Sorry that this won't answer your question,
    but how do you keep going because I get to a certain
    point and I have to stop because it feels too intense!
    sorry that's a bit inappropriate but I had to ask xx
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    I'm Sorry that this won't answer your question,
    but how do you keep going because I get to a certain
    point and I have to stop because it feels too intense!
    sorry that's a bit inappropriate but I had to ask xx
    Why would you stop when it feels intense?? Like unless it hurts, keep going that's the only way
 
 
 
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