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Wierdguy2022
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ok the wierdest thing happened to me yesterday. Me and my girlfriend play this game where i put my hands on her hips or butt and cant move them while she tickles me senseless. Yesterday she tickled me so much that i felt a little dizzy and lightheaded and is was the wierdest feeling i had ever fel. After that she tickled me a little more and i was way super tickle-ish and dropped to my knees in laughter.Does anyone know what this feeling was or am i just wierd?
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Wierdguy2022
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oh yeah i forgot to say that i was out of breath and almost panting. It was really wierd but fun
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Well, as someone who is incredibly ticklish (and having a boyfriend who knows the worst spots), being tickled for a long period time can be EXHAUSTING, so I'd be willing to bet it was just from the activity that you'd feel lightheaded.

If you experience it again or it starts happening from other activity, it may be good to check with a doctor, but otherwise there's probably nothing wrong.

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Moving to General Health and Nutrition. [Smile]
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so this would prolly be nothing to worry about?
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It's generally nothing to worry about. Personally, when I begin to laugh uncontrollably, I stop breathing for a moment. This usually cuases some dizziness, so it appears as if you're going through something similar.

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