From shopping and cleaning to something as innocent as driving over a speed bump, anything can cause Lorna Harrison from the UK to orgasm, The Sun reports. She says it can happen up to 11 times a day.
The 51-year-old who runs a lunch delivery service was diagnosed with persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) after she drove over a speed bump in 2019 which caused her vagina to throb unexpectedly.
According to Healthline, the condition can also be described as persistent sexual arousal syndrome (PSAS), where the sufferer may become sexually aroused without stimulation or sexual activity. It can last for hours at a time.
“I felt a pounding and bulging sensation below,” Lorna recalled the moment she drove over a speed bump while on a lunch delivery.
“It was lucky I didn’t crash as I was losing control of my body.
“When I got to the house I handed over the lunch with my legs crossed, ran to the car and quickly drove home.”
When she experienced the sensation again, Lorna consulted her doctor, Mirror reports.
A specialist then prescribed an epilepsy treatment to reduce the length of the incidents and ease nerve pain.
Lorna who sees her boyfriend, Henry Snowden (48), at least twice a week, describes their meetings as “relief as the rest of the time it’s torture”.
She says Henry found the situation funny at first and she does at times feel sick of the condition. She added however that “when an orgasm is amazing I want to keep it!”
Lorna has since joined a Facebook support group for women who are living with the complexities of PGAD.