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FreakingCompletely
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Hi, I've got a problem getting turned off.....when my boyfriend and I mess around but don't do anything to say 'take care of it', we just get turned on, well when I get 'excited' you could say, my stomach starts to hurt a while after I've gotten turned on. Why is this? It happens a lot and it feels like the feeling you get in your stomach when you haven't ate. What causes this and what can I do to prevent it because it's starting to freak me out. I sometimes get so sick to my stomach I feel like puking (excuse that word, I know it's a gross word). Any information would be so helpful. Thank you!!
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Heather
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Ever heard of "blue balls?"

That's a slang term for vasocongestion, which can happen to both men and women when they become aroused (it's a normal part of arousal), and it's what you're describing here.

You can alleviate those symtpoms pretty quickly by masturbating to orgasm, taking an analgesic like ibuprofen or tylenol, or just 20 minutes or so of rest.

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