3 Common Reasons Why You Sometimes Feel Sad After Sex
A new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that nearly half of women have experienced “post-coital dysphoria”, a mood switch that can trigger sadness or anger. Here’s why you feel emo:
Bawling your eyes out
Orgasm spikes the hormone prolactine, which can make tears flow. If sex turns on your waterworks, give him a heads-up so he doesn’t think, Whoa, it was that bad? suggests sex expert Dr Kat Van Kirk.
Feeling really pissed off
The same hormone surge that riggers after-sex crying can also make you mad, but mental disorders or relationship problems my be to blame. See a therapist if you have talked it out with your partner and are still silently seething.
Saying “Oh, Thula, that was good”… to Matthew
#Awkward! A one-time slip-up means nada, “but if you’re saying someone else’s name or fantasising about them a lot, you may need to find closure with that person or deal with an issue in your current relationship, says Van Kirk.
So, if crying is normal how about faking an orgasm or wanting him to visit your backdoor? Is it normal if you want to try this in the bedroom? The answer is… maybe.