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    The only way I can seem to orgasm is when I'm on top and he is hitting my g-spot and talking very dirty to me. I find it a HUGE turn on! As I have my orgasm, I freeze up and can't really move. Then I completely lay down on him exhausted. My problem is, is that it feels so good that when i lay down on him exhausted, I sometimes start to cry. It's not because I'm mad of what he said or because he did a bad job, I just feel like it was so good that I just burst into tears. He says its okay and tries to finish as I'm trying not to cry so I don't ruin his mood but is that normal?

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    Emotions come out in different ways for all of us.

    So long as they're tears of satisfaction, nothing wrong there!

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    An orgasm is a strong sensation that a person experiences. The body could react in many different ways. Heavy breathing, accelerated heart rate, flushing, screaming, toe-curling, and/or...maybe some tears to the eyes. Just to name a few of the potential side effects.

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    It happens to some people. I wouldn't say it's common but even some guys have the problem of crying after an orgasm.

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    An orgasm is an incredibly strong physical and emotional release. It can cause intense emotional reactions such as crying. I often laugh uncontrollably but not because anything is funny. It just happens. My boyfrined finds it really amusing. We joke that Im laughing at his performance, which of course I'm not as he's just given me the most incredible experience!

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    It's possible that you get a large dose of oxytocin (a bonding hormone) released and either the letdown after that release or the other emotions stirred up cause you to have tears (that are not of sadness or anger). It is common with some women and to a much lesser degree with men.
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    I've had this before once, I orgasmed so hard i cried and laughed hysterically! poor guy didnt know what the ******** was going on haha
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