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Sad || Woman nearly died from $ex after this happened


Reports always reveal that there is a certain portion of people that die during $*x and most of them are women. These reports are always astonishing though they reveal what really occurs. The incidence is, thankfully, extremely low and accounts for 0.6% of all cases of sudden death. The average (mean) age of death was 38 years, and 35% of the cases occurred in women.

There are many reasons why this happens to people. In most cases, it is caused by the physical strain of the $*xual activity, or prescription drugs (drugs to treat erectile dysfunction, for example), or illegal drugs, such as cocaine - or both.

Too much of everything can send you to an early grave. ...

A woman from USA who is only 45-years old nearly lost her life due to this activity. Reportedly, something burst in her chest and she nearly passed away. What began as a simple activity ended with a life threatening injury to the 45-year-old woman's main artery. According to the American Journal of Case Reports, the doctors discovered a leak in her aorta - the largest artery carrying blood through the body. Her blood pressure was 220/140mmHg when she was admitted. The wonderful news is that the woman was discharged after three days.



People who do not exercise regularly need to start any exercise program slowly, gradually increasing the intensity of the workout over time. Although generally considered to be safe, the booster pills use has been linked to sudden cardiovascular death during $*xual activity among elderly or otherwise infirm men.

Dissection of the aorta was the second largest cause (12%). This is a life-threatening condition in which there is a rupture in the innermost layer of the aortic wall. The remaining cases were due to anatomical abnormalities such as cardiomyopathy, a disease of the heart muscle that makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood to the rest of the body, or a rare group of genetic conditions.

Younger adults diagnosed with these conditions should seek advice from their cardiologist regarding the risk involved in $*xual activity.



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11080329/amp

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