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Old 03-06-2014, 07:13 PM   #1
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Does anyone else get headaches after their larger partner is on top of them for a few minutes? I keep getting dizzy after such adventures, and I hope there is not something wrong with me. Could it be that I've just had enough blood displaced from my brain?
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Old 03-06-2014, 07:40 PM   #2
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It might be caused by pressure elsewhere on your body from their weight, but it all depends on the position. If your breathing is being inhibited from weight on your chest or stomach for example, you may not be getting enough oxygen.

If the way you're positioned is cutting off any blood circulation (the same way your foot falls asleep with your legs folded) it could be creating pressure from the blood flow. If the headaches are after a roll in the hay, it could potentially be pressure from the blood returning back to your head. LOL either that, or stop hanging upside-down off the end of the bed while doing it.
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It might be caused by pressure elsewhere on your body from their weight, but it all depends on the position. If your breathing is being inhibited from weight on your chest or stomach for example, you may not be getting enough oxygen.

If the way you're positioned is cutting off any blood circulation (the same way your foot falls asleep with your legs folded) it could be creating pressure from the blood flow. If the headaches are after a roll in the hay, it could potentially be pressure from the blood returning back to your head. LOL either that, or stop hanging upside-down off the end of the bed while doing it.
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