Could you imagine yourself having 200 orgasms in 48 hours? In case you care to know, here’s a word from Kim Ramsey, a 44-year-old nurse who says it’s no easy road:
“Other women wonder how to have an orgasm — I wonder how to stop mine,” she told The Sun. Ramsey was diagnosed with Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), and doctors blamed it on spinal cysts that developed after she fell down some stairs about 10 years ago.
She first had problems with continuous orgasms after having sex with a new boyfriend in 2008. “I had constant orgasms for four days. I thought I was going mad. It also happened with a new partner and I even tried sitting on frozen peas.”
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Damn near anything is a trigger for people with PGAD. One woman says “things like music with heavy bass, vibrations from riding a train or an idle car, cold air, musky cologne, darkness, stress, scary movies, romantic movies, unexpected touch, a full bladder” all bring on the orgasm.
This is probably T.M.I. but 3 or 4 in one day is enough for me. I pray to God this never happens to anybody who doesn’t want it, in Jesus name.