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Lately i have been noticing that after my boyfriend and I fool around (manual and oral sex with me swallowing after he comes) my stomach begins to hurt. Is this just a strange thing that has been just happening lately, or does it possibly have anything to do with me swallowing his ejaculate?

By the way, before i get bombarded with 'you need to use a condom'...etc. We have both been tested two times before and came back clean, I'm on the confident in saying we are extremely careful and mature with everything.

Thanks in advance for any imput!

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Well, there's nothing inherent about sex or about swallowing ejaculate that would make your stomach hurt. So, a couple of possible, you might have some sort of stomach bug. Or, two, maybe there's something psychological/mental going on here. Are you really wanting to be involved in the activity you're doing at the time you're doing it? Are there other worries (pregnancy, disease, getting caught, etc.) that are on your mind? Do you have any sort of aversion to oral sex and/or swallowing? Are you completely comfortable with your partner?

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One extra possibility is that if you're getting aroused when you're engaged in recpetive activity for him, and you're not reaching orgasm or engaging in activities for yourself, you're experiencing disconforts due to vasocongestion: guys sometimes call this "blue balls," but it effects women as well, though the discomfort tends to be more general than specific (overall pelvic or abdominal discomfort).

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