A report published in Clinical Studies describes a man who had so many prostate orgasms that he had trouble stopping.
R.J. Levin of the University of Sheffield wrote about the anonymous 63-year-old subject who had a high sex drive. The otherwise healthy man developed a urinary tract infection, so he bought an Aneros helix butt plug to massage his prostate. He was also taking tadalafil (Cialis), which is known for treating erectile dysfunction but has also been shown to relieve the symptoms of infections in the lower urinary tract, including enlargement of the prostate gland.
His symptoms from the infection went away, but not before he experienced a prostate orgasm that he said he felt everywhere – his penis, his anus, his pelvis, and his perineum. He stimulating himself frequently, and he had these orgasms so frequently that he apparently rewired his brain to experience them without physical stimulation.
This led to a few problems. First, he felt like he was spending too much time each day experiencing these orgasms. Also, he had an old neck injury that was flaring up because his neck would spasm each time he had an orgasm.
Even after he tried to go back to regular masturbation, he would experience around ten non-stimulatory orgasms a day.
“There have been no published laboratory-conducted investigations of the orgasms induced by prostate stimulation alone,” Levin wrote in the report. He’s hoping this case study will lead to more research on the phenomenon.
Berit Brogaard of the University of Miami said that there has not been much research into such “rewiring.”