A woman taking Parkinson's disease drugs was admitted to a hospital for excessive, unwanted orgasms related to the drug. The patient was having 3 to 5 orgasms daily and experienced hyperarousal and increased libido. The orgasms lasted between 5 to 20 seconds each, the woman reported. She began experiencing the orgasms on day 7. The researchers note in their paper one report of a man taking rasagiline experiencing spontaneous ejaculation.
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RIS file. Commonly implicated drugs includ e antihypertensives, antidepressants, antipsychotics and antiandrogens. Understanding the potential for drug-induced sexual problems and their negative impact on adherence to treatment will enable the clinician to tailor treatments for the patient and his or her partner. Encouraging a discussion with the patient about sexual function and providing strategies to manage the problem are critical to good clinical care.
Drug-Associated Spontaneous Orgasm: A Case Report and Systematic Review of Literature
Objectives: Spontaneous orgasm is characterized by a spontaneous onset of orgasm without any preceding sexual or nonsexual trigger. It sheds insight on the mechanisms underlying orgasms and the sexual response cycle in humans. Methods: We report a male patient of repetitive spontaneous orgasm under trazodone treatment and systematically review the literature on drug-associated spontaneous orgasm DASO. Results: A total of 25 patients 18 women and 7 men , including our reported case, experienced 27 DASO events. Over half of them were under 50 years of age during the DASO event.
A drug used for the treatment of depression seems to have a remarkable effect on some people who take it: When they yawn, they have an orgasm. Those using the drug who, to paraphrase Mel Reynolds, hit the Lotto, are few. Mayer, however, could not give specific numbers. The Food and Drug Administration could shed little more light on the frequency of the yawngasm effect.