Has sex ever been so good that it almost killed you?
She opened up about the embarrassing situation which saw her enjoy a one-night stand with the lad from the party.
Posting on Reddit, the anonymous woman said: “It was my dear friend’s wedding this weekend.
“It was my first time meeting the best man in person, though we’ve worked together over Zoom for the last year.
“We hit it off and ended up dancing and talking most of the night and when things wound down.
“I went back to his hotel room and yada yada yada… and it was really good.”
She added: “Then I start having literal heart pains. Chest palpitations, dizziness, couldn’t breathe.
“Never happened to me before and at that moment, I wasn’t sure if I was having a panic attack or a heart episode.
“And then I remembered that I’m on a medication that can cause heart problems.
“I had two EKGs back in August to monitor it and everything was fine, I forgot about it.
“And I realised I hadn’t done anything as cardio intense as having sex with another person since before I started the meds.”
Fortunately the man she had spent the night with completely understood and most likely had his ego inflated.
She added: “He was absolutely lovely and rubbed my back, calmed me down, and talked through what was happening.
“Couldn’t sleep for hours, but it finally died down and we got some semi rest.
“We’re both zombies in the morning saying goodbye to everyone and I make an appointment to see my doctor for another EKG stat.
“The doctor comes in with four students and says ‘I hear you had a cardiac episode during sexual intercourse. Tell me about that’.”
She revealed: “After I melted into the floor and died, they told me the EKG was normal but I needed to see a cardiologist ASAP.
“So I have to take off work to tell this story to another doctor tomorrow.”
Her post gathered quite a bit of traffic and Reddit users were loving the story.
One person said: “Cardiac events are frequently brought on by intercourse and it’s much more common than you’d think.
“But sending you many well wishes on your heart health, as well as for your embarrassment.”
Another added: “As someone who has caused an ex to faint during sex, I can confirm.
“Had to carry her and drive her home, then carry her to bed (we were in 12th grade and she wasn’t supposed to sleep in my house).”