So how much is too much orgasm? Dale Decker says he experiences over 100 orgasms per day and he’s the first male to speak about his condition.
Dale slipped a disk on his back while getting out of a chair in September, 2012. He was rushed to the hospital and ever since that day, he’s been having nonstop orgasms all day, every day!
Dale is suffering from a rare condition called, Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder or PGAD. Women are more prone to PGAD but there are cases wherein men experience nonstop orgasms too.
According to medical literature, Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder or PGAD can be caused by a trauma to the pelvic nerves. Pelvic nerve damage can trigger hypersensitivity in this area, resulting in abnormal occurrences of orgasms.
Dale speaks about his daily struggles to keep his condition under wraps and it’s positively upsetting. The father-of-two describes the condition as “horrendous and disgusting.”
“Imagine being on your knees at your father’s funeral beside his casket, saying goodbye to him, and then you have nine orgasms right there, while your whole family is standing behind you,” he says. “If you’re in public, if you’re in front of kids…it’s disgusting and it can break you real fast. It happened to me at the grocery store, and when it was over there were around 150 people looking straight at me. Why would I leave the house when something like this can happen?”
Because of his condition, Dale rarely ever leaves the house because of fear of a public orgasm. This means, finding work is almost impossible. Worse, his condition started to affect his marriage. His wife, April, claims they rarely ever have sex despite Dale having an erection.
In 2012, Rachel, an Atlanta housewife admitted to having “continuous, unwanted orgasms” several hours each day. Her orgasms were triggered by mundane tasks including doing the laundry.
“If I wasn’t controlling it, I don’t even know if I could put a number on it. It would be in the hundreds,” she said. ‘If I had no self-control, no willpower, I don’t know that I would ever leave the house.”
Rachel’s story was featured in a documentary movie called, 100 Orgasms a Day.