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Anxiety Related Feeling After Sex With A New Person
Weird question: if you are already having anxiety, is it normal for these feelings to worsen after sex?!
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Never had headache after sex, did yesterday but went within few minutes. Anything to worry about? I havr severe health anxiety
polyurthane condoms too small won't go down? and partner slight burning 10 min after sex with them now for 2 hours then stopped maybe her anxiety?
After sex, I feel my heart pounding, shortness of breath, and it feels like anxiety, what's wrong?
A couple of things..: This may be due to a spike of oxytocin after sexual orgasm that can dilate blood vessels, speed up the heart, and lower blood pressure. It is a natural occurrence and may be more intense in some people. Also, there is a complex interaction between the brain and peripheral nervous system that can also cause some of your symptoms. Anxiety is not a normal part of the response and may be more social. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause me to cry after sex? Married for 5 yrs, great relationship, no past related trauma. Anxiety issues.
Exploring Meaning(s): Sex can trigger all sorts of thoughts ; feelings, some of them intense. I wonder about experimenting w/jotting down the various thoughts coming in2 ur head as u r crying, ; the emotions u r feeling. U might discover some clues about stories u r telling urself re: sex w/ur mate; what u associate w/sex; etc. Skilled psychotherapist can help u uncover what meanings u r attaching 2 the experience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have anxiety, worry about cervical cancer. Had some irregular spotting since had baby ( 1 after sex) + bled after sex days after mirena (levonorgestrel) coil fitted?
It depends: Many possible reasons for this -- can involve your feelings about sexual activity itself, and/or who you're having sex with. Some people feel guilty or ashamed about any sexual activity, so feel anxious about actually doing it. Also, the type of sexual activities can be anxiety-provoking -- like will you "get caught", get pregnant, get std; is it secret homosexual or extramarital affair, etc. ...Read more
Feeling of anxiety, low 2 little sex drive, no confidence at all what could cause these symptoms/feelings?
Been feeling a bit off lately. New baby makes 2 kids.Tried to save a woman who died last week. Feeling kinda off since. Anxiety? Or possibly more?
Grief and stress: It's not often mentioned, but men can have postpartum depression as well as women. Adding a traumatic death on top can certainly worsen your stress load. From your description of "kinda off" it's hard to know much about what's really happening with you -- so i sincerely suggest you speak with your doctor about it. Please also consider seeing a psychologist or other therapist to talk about this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
New to migraines and feeling increased anxiety and even depression. Is this normal? The migraines tend to scare me with all the neuro symptoms.
See below: I"m sorry you're going through this. I would recommend keeping a headache diary (what triggers the migraine, auras, food eaten, degree of pain, and what helped relieve the migraine). You might want to keep track of your symptoms so you can adjust certain things to the onset of the headache. Health psychologist specializing in pain mgmnt can help guide you through the process. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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