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Wisconsin Man Suffers 100 Unwanted Orgasms A Day

CHICAGO (CBS) -- What might seem like the gift that keeps on giving to some has been a non-stop nightmare for a Wisconsin man who suffers up to 100 unwanted orgasms every day.

"There's nothing pleasurable about it, because even though it might physically feel good, the whole time inside your mind, you're completely disgusted by what's going on," said Dale Decker, who suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome, an uncontrollable condition that causes spontaneous and persistent orgasms unrelated to any physical stimulus or feelings of sexual arousal.

Barcroft Media reports Decker, 37, of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, is the first man to speak publicly about the condition, which he said is ruining his life.

"Depending on where you're at, if you're in public, if you're in front of kids, if you're around strangers, I mean it can make a person break real fast," he said. "When you're on your knees at your father's funeral at his casket, and you're saying goodbye to him, and then you have nine orgasms right there while your whole family is standing behind you, you never want to have another orgasm as long as you live. But you know what? They just keep on coming."

He first began suffering from the condition in 2012, after slipping a disk in his back while getting out of a chair. While on his way to the hospital, he had five unwanted orgasms, and they've continued on a regular basis ever since.

Decker said he has been unable to work since the accident that inexplicably triggered the condition, and has been mostly housebound, out of fear of experiencing orgasms in public.

You can watch the full story from Barcroft Media in the YouTube video above.

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