Our expert says:
Drying is not only caused by insufficient stimulation, it may be that you are experiencing negative side effects of some medication, have a physical problem of sorts, or for some reason you are not fully 'present' to the stimulation you receive. For example, if you are fearing reaching orgasm, it may be that you are focusing on this and not on the pleasure whilst being 'adequately stimulated'. Our heads have got to be really 'in it' to enjoy it; if we are focused elsewhere then it may be that this prevents adequate arousal. If this is quite dramatic and you don't think that focus of attention accounts for this, then have this checked out with your doctor (give him/her list of any medication - including over the counter preparations you take).
As for the headache, yes these can occur and it is believed that these are related to changes in the blood vessels during orgasm. It is not necessarily a problem, except that some people complain that they may last for a couple of hours after the orgasm. Speak to your doctor about this as you could get some medication that could assist with this.
Claire - SASHA
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