Scientists shocked by huge discovery about sex

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A man accidentally rewired his brain so that he can’t stop having an orgasm when he lies down, creating some major problems.

A man cannot stop having orgasms whenever he lies down because he accidentally rewired his brain by using a sex toy, according to an astonishing new report. The man used a sex toy to massage his prostate regularly, and now he can climax without doing anything except lying on his back.

The man actually been using the sex toy to ease the symptoms of having an inflamed prostate, but the rewiring has caused bigger problems because the orgasms are inflaming a neck injury. Scientists studied the extraordinary case and found that he has had difficulty “unwiring” himself to get his brain back to normal.

Scientists studied the issue because they think the man’s problem might lead to further research into an understudied area. Researchers believe this sort of rewiring can and does happen to those who stimulate their prostates, and there is a lot more to learn.

“A new Clinical Anatomy review notes that stimulating the prostate via the rectal wall can create ecstatic feelings in men that are exceptionally pleasurable, often surpassing those obtained by stimulation of the penis,” reads a statement from Wiley. “The review also describes what we know about the anatomy and physiology of the prostate and its involvement in reproduction. The scientific study of orgasm has always been challenging,” said corresponding author Dr. Roy Levin, of the University of Sheffield, in the UK. “Those induced by prostate stimulation have been ignored. We have just started the journey on its discovery road.”

The abstract states: “Current medical literature does not describe precisely the activation and mechanisms of prostate orgasms. This brief review describes what we know about the anatomy and physiology of the prostate and its involvement in reproduction and especially its stimulation for sexual recreation. It is illustrated with a highly relevant case history.”

Daniel J. Brown

Daniel J. Brown (Editor-in-Chief) is a recently retired data analyst who gets a kick out of reading and writing the news. He enjoys good music, great food, and sports, with a slant towards Southern college football, basketball and professional baseball.

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