Keep It Comin': Exhausted Seattle Woman Hospitalized After Enduring Up To A Dozen Sexual Climaxes Per Day For Months!

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This is a lot more debilitating than it sounds…

Seattle Woman Sought Medical Treatment For Her Continuous Prolonged Sexual Climaxes

Via DailyMail

Having an climax that lasts for three hours might sound like fun to many but for Liz, from Seattle, the experience was anything but.

Instead, she says it was fun ‘for the first five minutes’ but soon descended into a nightmarish experience that left her needing hospital treatment.

Worse, the marathon climax proved to be the first of a series of unwanted sexual spasms that could strike anywhere and at any time..

‘Initially it was just after sex but eventually, it got to the point where I could be doing anything from watching TV, walking down the street and I would have an climax out of the blue,’ explains Liz.

‘I could sometimes hold it off for a short time by holding my breath and I would get out of public situations as quickly as possible. I didn’t run my life – my body ran my life for me.

‘It was very depressing. It got to the point where I would have as many as 12 spontaneous prolonged climaxes in one day. I was going from specialist to specialist to specialist and they didn’t know what to do with me. It was a very hard time in my life.’

We’re sure it was a “hard time” for her husband too…

Doctors, initially baffled, eventually pinpointed the cause of the problem – bipolar disorder which had been misdiagnosed as depression and treated with anti-depressants.

‘Anti-depressants exacerbate multi-climax dysfunction because they actually change brain chemistry, that’s their job,’ comments Dr Irwin Goldstein, director of the Institute of Sexual Medicine in the USA.

To tackle both the bipolar disorder and persistent climax , Liz was given valproic acid – a substance that treats bipolar while at the same time suppressing the brain chemicals used during climax.

‘I got down from where I was to having them only daily, then to one every other day, then I was having them weekly and then maybe it was about once a month,’ says Liz.

‘It took about four to five months before they were completely under control and it’s probably been about a year since I’ve had one.

She adds: ‘My diagnosis is that I probably have to take meds every day for the rest of my life and I don’t live in fear. I have a very happy sex life and I don’t have to live in fear.’

All is well that ends well, but we know some of you freaky deeky muhfuggas would have NEVER gone to a doctor to solve this kind of problem.

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