As Hollywood bombshell Mae West once said, “too much of a good thing can be wonderful.” But not always. Just ask Liz, a Seattle woman who says one mind-blowing orgasm catapulted her straight into ecstasy and then to the ER.
Liz had just had sex with her partner Eric, but well after it was over, Liz was hitting new peaks of pleasure.
About an hour into her epic climax, she began to panic . It isn’t clear, but at this point we’re pretty sure Eric was still gloating.
‘I started hopping up and down to see if that would do anything,’ Liz said about her first frenzied hour.
‘I started trying to drink wine to see if that would calm down my system. I tried just about every possible thing I could do to stop having an orgasm.’
By the second hour, the panting woman was rushed to hospital where medical staff thought she was in labor.
Liz’s orgasm lasted for over three hours before she finally found relief.
You don’t hear many stories of women who over-orgasm. In fact, most women bemoan the exact opposite. But if you think Liz’s three hour orgasm is outlandish, just imagine having up to 200 orgasms per day.
Kim Ramsey is a nurse from Montclair, New Jersey who suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, a newly recognized condition that doctors describe as both incurable and rare. Ramsey says even even the slightest pelvic movement, the the jerk of a train or a car, leaves her in a state of arousal, completely at the mercy of her loins.
Doctors believe her condition was caused by an accident in 2001 when she fell down some stairs. This may have led to a Tarlov cyst on her spine, at the point where a woman’s orgasm originates.
Ramsey describes the feeling as the flip side of pleasure, both painful and exhausting. She says it makes it difficult to work and nearly impossible to have a relationship.
“Other women wonder how to have an orgasm – I wonder how to stop mine,” she told The Sun.
Right now the only treatment for women with this condition is deep breathing, pelvic exercises, and pain medication.
Ayesha is a writer, dancer, and the founder of WomenLovePower.com, a tech-enabled brand that provides resources on charm, seduction, sacred sexuality, and feminine warfare. A self-confessed afromantic, Ayesha's first love is romantic fiction and poetry. When away from her keyboard, she enjoys New Jack Swing throwbacks, 90's sitcoms, running, sleep, and Cabernet.
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