Cry after sex

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Crying after sex, or post-coital tristesse PCT , is something that many people experience. There are several possible causes. Medical professionals might also refer to this condition as post-coital dysphoria. The general expectation is that following a satisfactory, consensual sexual experience, people will feel relaxed, content, or happy.
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6 causes of crying after sex

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Why You're Crying and Emotional After Sex |

The first sign that my three-and-a-half-year relationship was over was that we stopped making love. As a result, sex started to feel dirty and overly complicated. What had once been my favorite thing on planet earth now felt like a chore. After a few months of feeling like a sexually needy burden, plagued by guilt over my high sex drive and disinterested parter, I began experiencing what I would later find out sexologists call postcoital dysphoria: a sudden and unexplained sadness, even crying, after sex. Postsex, your body is drowning in a sea of feel-good chemicals like oxytocin and dopamine, which is why every single article on the Internet says orgasms make you feel good.
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Is Crying After Sex Normal?

Sex can be an emotionally-intense experience—no matter how close you are with your sexual partner , the very act involves a degree of vulnerability. You did just see each other naked , after all. And if you've ever found yourself fighting back tears in the breathless aftermath , you're not alone. There are even several terms for the phenomenon: Post-sex crying is also known as postcoital dysphoria PCD , postcoital tristesse "tristesse" is the French word for melancholy or sadness , or more plainly, post-sex blues.
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Consensual sex with a partner you're into is supposed to make you feel a lot of things, like sexy, close, ecstatic, blissed out, warm, relaxed But thanks to a growing area of research, we now know that about half of all sex-having people feel a flurry of negative emotions instead. Those post-sex blues, more formally called postcoital dysphoria , or PCD, are a common but under-researched and under-reported phenomenon that causes people to feel sad, angry, depressed, or anxious after an activity that's supposed to make you feel generally pretty great.
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