A woman who experienced a seemingly endless orgasm after sex says it was a “physically, emotionally and mentally exhausting” experience.
Lisa and her partner Eric shared an unusual story on a TV show – as soon as they started the “morning things”, Lisa reached an orgasm that just didn’t want to end. After some time, the couple was scared – after an hour and a half Lisa had already tried everything to make it go away, but nothing helped.
“I started jumping up and down thinking it might help,” Lisa said. – “But nothing helped – not a big glass of red wine, not antihistamines. I had to call work and tell my boss I wasn’t coming because I wasn’t feeling well. I ended up calling every doctor I had ever seen to see if any of them could help me.”
Eric says they ended up going to the hospital. The doctors there gave her a sedative and the orgasm finally ended – more than four hours had passed since it started.
Lisa says: “At first I couldn’t believe what was happening. I was afraid it would start all over again.”
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened – Lisa now has to take medication every day to prevent an uncontrollable orgasm, which causes great discomfort, especially in public places.
The woman explains: “At first these orgasms happened only after sex, but then I started having orgasms anytime – watching TV, just walking down the street. I can orgasm anytime out of nowhere. I can have up to 12 long orgasms a day.” Liz says, “At first the uncontrollable orgasm was once a day, then every other day, then about once a week, and now it’s only about once a month.”