On occasion, a very intense orgasm will cause me the following for a period of less than 10 seconds:
I can hear but I can't speak, my pupils, I am told, role back in my head. I am able to hold myself steady but you could probably knock me over with a feather as I wouldn't be able to respond. This first occurred to me in my mid-forties, I'm now 52. What's happening here? Do I or my Doctor need to be concerned about something here?
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