I want to start my post by stating that I am not an Aneros user and have never used any other such device to reach orgasm – however – since October, I have been having ‘super orgasms’ via the usage of Erotic Hypnosis – audio files which use meditative relaxation techniques and vivid sexual imagery in order to illicit intense hands free orgasms.
I am posting here because a month ago, I listened to a file which encouraged the listeners to flex their prostate muscle throughout the course of the session. This file gave me the most intense hands free orgasm(s) I have ever had in my life – it was amazing, so, the next night, I listened to the file again and had the same experience.
However, upon going to bed on the subsequent night, despite not listening to the file, I felt a powerful throbbing/pulsating feeling around my pelvis that felt exactly like I was having one of these orgasms. At first, I welcomed it, but upon realising that it would not stop, I panicked and masturbated in the hopes that this would quell my arousal – however, the feeling did not stop. To cut the story short, in the month since, this feeling has been constant – accompanied by a tight, but painless pressure around my forehead. Both of these symptoms get worse when I lay down and try to sleep – I see colours, my head throbs, my body twitches, and sometimes the vibrations/throbbing peaks to an intense HFO. As a result of this, my sleeping pattern has been thrown all over the place. Since the onset of these symptoms on 4th Jan 2018, I have not engaged in erotic hypnosis nor have I attempted to have any other kind of non-ejaculatory orgasm, but the symptoms do not seemed to have lessened in any measurable sense. I have masturbated sparingly, but cannot tell if it eases or exacerbates the symptoms to be honest. Alongside this, these feelings occur independent of actual sexual arousal – I could be watching an episode of Star Trek or a spree of porn films and the feeling would be exactly the same. Read more »