Recently I have been passing out whenever my boyfriend and I have sex in the shower (this also is the only place it ever happens). On Sunday, we were having sex in the shower and happened again, this time however my boyfriend said instead of collapsing, I went ridged and my eyes went in different directions. After I blacked out I got incredibly nausea and vomited twice. I'm worried, because its happen at least 3 times now and this last one was the worst.View Thread
Haha, yes the only reason I'm worried is because its just been recently. Ive had shower sex before my current boyfriend and never had this happen. Also, my boyfriend I have been together a year now and we would have shower sex with no problem. So I'm wondering as to why is it happening now.
In any case, I'm off to see a doctor today after work.View Thread
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