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Man Discovers The Joy Of Prostate Orgasms Until He Has So Many That They Won’t Stop

"It has proved difficult to stop experiencing these orgasms and ‘unwire’ himself back to normal."

A 63-year-old man is the center of a case study after having so many prostate orgasms that he eventually was unable to stop having them.

British researcher Roy Levin just published a review paper about the unnamed man, who reported being healthy with a normal prostate and high sex drive.

After developing an infection, the man ordered an Aneros helix butt plug to massage his tender prostate. When combined with his prescription to tadalafil, which is the erectile dysfunction drug Cialis, the infection went away. But the orgasms he had from the sex toy were so intense, he quickly became addicted to the feeling.

The report claims that the man had to start wearing condoms in order to contain the excess semen that was being produced, and that he eventually rewired his brain so that all he had to do was lay flat and put on a condom in order to climax. Essentially, he began getting off without any stimulation required.

As fabulous as this all sounds, the man eventually ran into a few problems. Levin says the man soon found that he could “easily spend too much time” experiencing the sensations and that he eventually found it “difficult to stop experiencing these orgasms and ‘unwire’ himself back to normal.”

Additionally, the man had a previous neck injury that started to flare up due to neck spasms from the super-orgasms.

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According to Gizmodo, the man decided to return to “regular sex,” but was still having “up to 10 non-stimulatory orgasms before ejaculating during these encounters.” The random orgasms, however, eventually stopped over time.

Levin concluded that the prostate orgasms “appear to be more powerful and pleasurable” than penile orgasms. He said he hopes that more studies are done in the future, as “there have been no published laboratory-conducted investigations of the orgasms induced by prostate stimulation alone.”

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