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Bizarre: Man can’t stop climaxing after accidentally stimulating G-spot

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Dec 22, 2017, 7:17 pm IST
Updated : Dec 22, 2017, 7:20 pm IST

63-year-old accidentally discovered that stimulating his prostate helped him orgasm.

The man found that his heady sexual heights helped experts prove that massaging the
 The man found that his heady sexual heights helped experts prove that massaging the "male G-spot" really does provide men with more powerful orgasms as it actually rewires the brain. (Photo: Pixabay)

In a bizarre accident, a man who was uanble to stop his orgasm has uncovered the secret to the best male climax.

The 63-year-old accidentally discovered that stimulating his prostate helped him orgasm.

The man found that his heady sexual heights helped experts prove that massaging the "male G-spot" really does provide men with more powerful orgasms as it actually rewires the brain.

The unnamed man began using a sex toy to alleviate the symptoms of an inflamed prostate and soon found that he could climax, hands free, simply by lying on his back.

However, while others might think that he is having the best time of his life, experts disagree.

Experts, describing the man's tale in the medical journal Clinical Anatomysaid, “This subject found that while the orgasms were extremely enjoyable at the time, he could easily spend too much time experiencing them. Further, he had an old neck injury which flared up in association with some neck spasm at orgasm while lying flat.”

They further added that the man found it difficult to stop experiencing these orgasms and 'unwire' himself back to normal."

The prostate gland is exclusive to men and is part of the male reproductive system and is the shape and size of a walnut, and rests below the bladder and in front of the rectum (the lower part of your bowels).

The gland helps make some of the fluid in semen, which carries sperm from a man's balls - hence why it plays a key role in reproduction.

Study author Dr Roy Levin, from University of Sheffield said he hopes the man's case will encourage more research on the subject.

He said, “The scientific study of orgasm has always been challenging. Those induced by prostate stimulation have been ignored. We have just started the journey on its discovery road.”

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