When you feel sad or irritable after having consensual sex, you may have postcoital dysphoria (PCD). This is commonly referred to as “post-sexual depression.” This happens when you feel a series of negative feelings after a desired sexual activity. Postcoital dysphoria, or postcoital sadness, is the term used to describe the feeling of crying, sadness, anxiety, aggression, agitation, or generally melancholy after having sex. The other, however, feels feelings of emptiness and sadness that were not present before or during the sexual encounter.
Recognizing feelings, in yourself or in your partner, recognizing the origin of feelings and paying due attention to them, can only serve to improve sexual well-being. However, instead of punishing yourself for your decisions, take advantage of this situation to recognize what will make you feel 100% emotionally and physically secure in the future. However, if negative postcoital feelings are the result of the activation of past traumatic events, professional help is recommended. I've been trying apps like Tinder to get things done, but even if I have a good date, with chemistry and physical interaction, I almost always feel disgusting and embarrassed afterwards, and I don't want to meet the guy again.