Laughing after orgasm

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Unexpected things can happen after you have an orgasm, and research shows that a variety of strange post-climax — or peri-orgasm — responses are more common than you may think. Some women experience an altered state of consciousness, develop a headache, or start sneezing. I recently had an uncontrollable urge to laugh that lasted for about 30 minutes. When you have an orgasm, your body is flooded with hormones, including oxytocin the cuddle hormone , dopamine the feel-good hormone , epinephrine, adrenaline, and serotonin — which give you a nice high feeling, says Tammy Nelson , a sex and relationship therapist and author of Getting The Sex You Want.

"Did You Climax or Are You Just Laughing at Me?" Rare Phenomena Associated With Orgasm

I laugh maniacally when I orgasm – and my boyfriend can no longer reach climax | Sex | The Guardian

Introduction: The study of the human orgasm has shown a core set of physiologic and psychological symptoms experienced by most individuals. The study of normal sheds light on the abnormal and has spotlighted rare physical and psychological symptoms experienced by some individuals in association with orgasm. These phenomena are rare and, as is typical of rare phenomena, their documentation in the medical literature is largely confined to case studies. Aim: To identify peri-orgasmic phenomena, defined as unusual physical or psychological symptoms subjectively experienced by some individuals as part of the orgasm response, distinct from the usual or normal orgasm response. Methods: A list of peri-orgasmic phenomena was made with help from sexual health colleagues and, using this list as a foundation, a literature search was performed of articles published in English. Main outcome measures: Publications included in this review report on physical or psychological phenomena at the time of orgasm that are distinct from psychological, whole-body, and genito-pelvic sensations commonly experienced at the time of orgasm.

Unexpected (but totally normal) post-climax behaviors

According to people who know about these things, the average woman has sex anywhere from a few times per week to a few times per month. We did the math and figured out that, per year, that adds up to But we do know this: Women have sex a lot — but still understand relatively little about what's really happening between the sheets.
I am a year-old woman and have been with my partner for 10 months. My boyfriend and I enjoy an active sex life and we are deeply in love. I have never experienced this before but, equally I have never orgasmed so hard before, either. My boyfriend finds this amusing, but then struggles to climax, so I think he is baffled by the whole thing.