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Crying during sex. That isn’t normal. Most women do not cry during sex. Most normal, psychologically healthy women make noises that indicate pleasure, joy and contentment.
There are a few possible reasons why a woman might cry during sex, including but not limited to:
1) She is highly sentimental and emotional, and is overcome by feelings of tenderness and love for you,
2) She doesn’t love you and hates having sex with you, but feels forced to for whatever reason, or
3) The sex is physically painful to her, and she is crying with pain.
Unless it’s the first reason (she’s sentimental and overcome by emotion) the crying probably indicates that there is some sort of serious problem in the relationship.
Without knowing the woman or women in question, it’s impossible to say for sure what that problem is. Suffice to say, if your wife cries during sex, you should really be asking HER why.
1 It’s very common for some women to become (or stay) dry or irritated during sex. In fact, Women’s Health reports that roughly one-third of young women say they experience vaginal dryness.
If dryness is taking a more serious toll on your sex life or making you uncomfortable throughout the day (which can be a particular problem as women age), make an appointment with health care provider. “Vaginal dryness affects many women, although they frequently don’t bring up the topic with their doctors,”
2 When it comes to sex, women often start in a state of “sexual neutrality,” “Sometimes, you start engaging in sexual activity and right away, you think, ‘This is going to work.'”
3 It is entirely possible — and not atypical — for women to pee and orgasm at the same time. Some women find they pee a little when they laugh, sneeze or orgasm, particularly after giving birth.
4 “There is a difference between faking it like a screamer, and being in the moment and expressing how you’re feeling, which can increase sound,” Some women are quiet during sex, others are loud — it’s as simple as that.
5 Better yet, just don’t sweat it. “Sex can be awkward — we queef … bump body parts and miss the mark,” . “It’s completely natural for it not to be seamless, and your best bet is to laugh it off and keep going.”
6 A sex headache is usually a dull ache in your head or neck that builds as sexual excitement mounts, or it can be a more sudden pain, often accompanying orgasm. Some women experience a severe headache at the time of intercourse, which is possibly related to changes in blood pressure.