Almost fainted after masturbating

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Today I had this really frightening experience. I nearly fainted when I reached orgasm after masturbating. It's hard to describe the experience. I felt somewhat light-headed, but most notably, I felt my heart pounding very hard against my chest way too fast, and felt like I was dying. My hands and feet were getting colder and colder, and felt numb. I didn't lose balance, didn't experience any pain.

Now I know there are people who hold their breath during masturbation and then pass out, but I was doing pretty much the opposite. After a few minutes of hyperventilation all of it was over again and I felt like normal, except for the fact that my limbs were still ice cold.

I've heard of people passing out after orgasm, but I don't know how serious it is. In general, I seem to be a healthy person. I have had a few frightening experiences before, like almost passing out after exercising. I also tend to get this pounding in the back of my head if I go exercising just after I get up. Recently I haven't had really good sleep (average 6-7 hours a night).
Nevertheless, I've been to my GP a couple of times this year, and according to her, everything is fine. I had my blood pressure checked (I can't remember it anymore, but I was OK according to my GP), my GP has listened to my heart, I've had a blood test (though for other symptoms (fatigue, etc.)) and all the results were good according to the doctor.
But the symptoms continued returning (including chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc.) and I went back once more. My blood pressure was alright and my hearts and lungs sounded alright, and the doctor basically told me I should stop worrying, that the symptoms were the result of fear, and that she couldn't imagine a 15-year-old having serious cardiovascular disease.

So I haven't been to the doctor for months, though I still occasionally experienced frightening symptoms, though nothing new. So I'm am a sort of indecisive... I almost know for sure if I go to my GP she'll say check the same things again and tell my everything is alright. In fact, I think she might even be somewhat fed up seeing me so often for the same symptoms. But on the other hand, I do continue to experience these worrying symptoms.

Any ideas? What would you do?
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If you're that concerned about it go to a different GP?
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It could be something associated with stress... do you feel somehow under pressure/strained when you masturbate?
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how big are you?
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who says you'll have an orgasm the first time you have sex
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Well when all the blood rushes down there, it will make you feel lightheaded. I'm not a boy so I don't know, but maybe you had an extra intense orgasm, so that caused you to faint? Well hark at me, I don't know what I'm talking about, but maybe it's right
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I remember one time my gf was doing stuff to me and I got pins and needles all over and was literally paralysed whilst she was doing it. Weird as hell.
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So I'll embarrass myself by fainting after having sex the first time?

you're probably doing it too much or too hard or something....im not a masturbation expert, but surely if too much blood flows to one area of your body you would get light headed...
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The hyperventilation could cause that... If it's bad. Kind of like people hyperventilate during a panic attack and feel like they'll pass out.

In fact, it actually really sounds like a panic attack... :-/
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Today I had this really frightening experience. I nearly fainted when I reached orgasm after masturbating. It's hard to describe the experience. I felt somewhat light-headed, but most notably, I felt my heart pounding very hard against my chest way too fast, and felt like I was dying. My hands and feet were getting colder and colder, and felt numb. I didn't lose balance, didn't experience any pain.

Now I know there are people who hold their breath during masturbation and then pass out, but I was doing pretty much the opposite. After a few minutes of hyperventilation all of it was over again and I felt like normal, except for the fact that my limbs were still ice cold.

I've heard of people passing out after orgasm, but I don't know how serious it is. In general, I seem to be a healthy person. I have had a few frightening experiences before, like almost passing out after exercising. I also tend to get this pounding in the back of my head if I go exercising just after I get up. Recently I haven't had really good sleep (average 6-7 hours a night).
Nevertheless, I've been to my GP a couple of times this year, and according to her, everything is fine. I had my blood pressure checked (I can't remember it anymore, but I was OK according to my GP), my GP has listened to my heart, I've had a blood test (though for other symptoms (fatigue, etc.)) and all the results were good according to the doctor.
But the symptoms continued returning (including chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc.) and I went back once more. My blood pressure was alright and my hearts and lungs sounded alright, and the doctor basically told me I should stop worrying, that the symptoms were the result of fear, and that she couldn't imagine a 15-year-old having serious cardiovascular disease.

So I haven't been to the doctor for months, though I still occasionally experienced frightening symptoms, though nothing new. So I'm am a sort of indecisive... I almost know for sure if I go to my GP she'll say check the same things again and tell my everything is alright. In fact, I think she might even be somewhat fed up seeing me so often for the same symptoms. But on the other hand, I do continue to experience these worrying symptoms.

Any ideas? What would you do?
probably all the blood movin around your body.

think of the kittens :eek:
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There is a possibility that you may have PVC or another similar condition. Information can be found on this Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prematu...ar_Contraction

That's possible. It's not life-threatening, it can be left un-treated. I could be wrong, there are other conditions similar to it, but I can't remember the names of all of them. Just none of them are life-threatening. Hope that helps?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Today I had this really frightening experience. I nearly fainted when I reached orgasm after masturbating. It's hard to describe the experience. I felt somewhat light-headed, but most notably, I felt my heart pounding very hard against my chest way too fast, and felt like I was dying. My hands and feet were getting colder and colder, and felt numb. I didn't lose balance, didn't experience any pain.

Now I know there are people who hold their breath during masturbation and then pass out, but I was doing pretty much the opposite. After a few minutes of hyperventilation all of it was over again and I felt like normal, except for the fact that my limbs were still ice cold.

I've heard of people passing out after orgasm, but I don't know how serious it is. In general, I seem to be a healthy person. I have had a few frightening experiences before, like almost passing out after exercising. I also tend to get this pounding in the back of my head if I go exercising just after I get up. Recently I haven't had really good sleep (average 6-7 hours a night).
Nevertheless, I've been to my GP a couple of times this year, and according to her, everything is fine. I had my blood pressure checked (I can't remember it anymore, but I was OK according to my GP), my GP has listened to my heart, I've had a blood test (though for other symptoms (fatigue, etc.)) and all the results were good according to the doctor.
But the symptoms continued returning (including chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc.) and I went back once more. My blood pressure was alright and my hearts and lungs sounded alright, and the doctor basically told me I should stop worrying, that the symptoms were the result of fear, and that she couldn't imagine a 15-year-old having serious cardiovascular disease.

So I haven't been to the doctor for months, though I still occasionally experienced frightening symptoms, though nothing new. So I'm am a sort of indecisive... I almost know for sure if I go to my GP she'll say check the same things again and tell my everything is alright. In fact, I think she might even be somewhat fed up seeing me so often for the same symptoms. But on the other hand, I do continue to experience these worrying symptoms.

Any ideas? What would you do?
Have a break for a while & take it easy next time with masturbating sounds as if you;ve over done do it far to often hey?
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i may have missed something but where has the OP stated that they are male?
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Are you a guy or a girl? I've read your post a couple of times, but you don't specify.
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I have the same problem whilst excersizing.
I'm not sure, just stop masturbating maybe?
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Doing Science based subjects is not an appropriate excuse for losing the precision in your use of the English Language. Idiot.
Having no friends in real life is no excuse for being a **** online.

Being a grammar nazi isn't anyone's idea of being cool.
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Are you a guy or a girl? I've read your post a couple of times, but you don't specify.
I am male.
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im not a masturbation expert, but surely if too much blood flows to one area of your body you would get light headed...
That would seemingly be a pretty spectacularly large area.
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Was it an enjoyable experience at all or did it just freak you out? I've had orgasms before where my body goes cold but thats normally just after a really intense one and its quite an enjoyable feeling.

Maybe it was just a really intense one that you didn't quite know how to take.
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Today I had this really frightening experience. I nearly fainted when I reached orgasm after masturbating. It's hard to describe the experience. I felt somewhat light-headed, but most notably, I felt my heart pounding very hard against my chest way too fast, and felt like I was dying. My hands and feet were getting colder and colder, and felt numb. I didn't lose balance, didn't experience any pain.

Now I know there are people who hold their breath during masturbation and then pass out, but I was doing pretty much the opposite. After a few minutes of hyperventilation all of it was over again and I felt like normal, except for the fact that my limbs were still ice cold.

I've heard of people passing out after orgasm, but I don't know how serious it is. In general, I seem to be a healthy person. I have had a few frightening experiences before, like almost passing out after exercising. I also tend to get this pounding in the back of my head if I go exercising just after I get up. Recently I haven't had really good sleep (average 6-7 hours a night).
Nevertheless, I've been to my GP a couple of times this year, and according to her, everything is fine. I had my blood pressure checked (I can't remember it anymore, but I was OK according to my GP), my GP has listened to my heart, I've had a blood test (though for other symptoms (fatigue, etc.)) and all the results were good according to the doctor.
But the symptoms continued returning (including chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc.) and I went back once more. My blood pressure was alright and my hearts and lungs sounded alright, and the doctor basically told me I should stop worrying, that the symptoms were the result of fear, and that she couldn't imagine a 15-year-old having serious cardiovascular disease.

So I haven't been to the doctor for months, though I still occasionally experienced frightening symptoms, though nothing new. So I'm am a sort of indecisive... I almost know for sure if I go to my GP she'll say check the same things again and tell my everything is alright. In fact, I think she might even be somewhat fed up seeing me so often for the same symptoms. But on the other hand, I do continue to experience these worrying symptoms.

Any ideas? What would you do?
am i doing it wrong , i wouldn't describe my experience of masturbation orgasmic ?
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