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Whenever I orgasm while masturbating, I become temporarily blind.

This doesn't happen during intercourse.

For most of my young life I thought this was normal, and recently I've found out this doesn't happen for most people.

What's happening medically when I temporarily go blind from orgasming?
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less blood to your brain more blood to your dick and thighs
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>>20453440

But I've read that "less blood goes to your brain during an erection or male orgasm" is a myth.

I'm worried that it's actually because of high blood pressure. Could that be why I go blind during intercourse but not masturbation?
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>>20453466
>But I've read that "less blood goes to your brain during an erection or male orgasm" is a myth.
>I'm worried that it's actually because of high blood pressure
You're aware that could very easily go hand in hand right?
HBP means low blood flow, which could easily mean where your blood is going, it could very easily not be going elsewhere



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