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MiikiieBabiie
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when im having sex or when my boyfriends goes down on me i seem to shake alot!! why does it happend, how can i stop it... does it mean im about to squirt?
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Karybu
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Being aroused sexually isn't something that just happens in our genitals, it involves our whole bodies, especially our nervous systems, so shaking or trembling isn't actually that unusual. It's likely not something to be concerned about, or something you need to stop happening, but if you want you can always ask a healthcare provider about it.

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