Unexpected things that can happen to men during sex

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Congestion or runny nose - Sexual arousal can trigger an allergic reaction called “honeymoon rhinitis.” This leads to a number of symptoms like runny or stuffed nose etc.

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Sneezing and nasal irritation - Symptoms of “honeymoon rhinitis” vary, depending on the person. Other common symptoms are sneezing and nasal irritation.

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Causes - There are a number of things that trigger this allergic response, including the increased blood flow in the nose area.

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Causes - In addition, there is actually erectile tissue in the turbinates of the nose, which may swell during sexual activity and cause the aforementioned symptoms.

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Headaches - Headaches may sound more like an excuse to not have sex rather than a post-orgasm symptom, but this does, however, affect some men.

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Headaches - According to a study on HSA (headaches associated with sexual activity), the condition is more prevalent in men when compared to women. 

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Painful ejaculation - Some men may suffer from painful ejaculation. 

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Painful ejaculation - Painful ejaculation may also occur when a man undergoes prostate surgery as part of cancer treatment. 

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Crying - Yes, some men cry during sex, often after orgasm. This is a symptom of post-coital tristesse, also known as post-coital dysphoria.

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Other post-coital emotional responses - But crying is not the only unexpected emotional response. Some men also experience sadness, anxiety, and overall agitation.

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Feeling sick - Some men experience fatigue, burning eyes, concentration difficulties, and general flu-like symptoms after ejaculating.

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Feeling sick - POIS is rare. In fact, it wasn’t even discovered and identified until 2002. Symptoms can last anywhere between two to seven days.

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Feeling sick - It’s still not clear what exactly triggers POIS, but it’s possible that it’s an autoimmune disorder or a semen allergy that triggers an inflammatory reaction.

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Penile pain - Some men may develop peyronie disease, in which scar tissue builds up in the penile tissue. This often leads to curved and painful erections.

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Premature ejaculation - The reasons for premature ejaculation vary, and may include sexual performance anxiety and stress, as well as physical issues.

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Premature ejaculation - Treatments vary, depending on the root cause of the problem. Sometimes counseling or therapy may be needed.

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Premature ejaculation - Other times, the use of techniques to delay orgasm, including the use of numbing creams, may be considered.

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