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I'm still a teen, so this might not be that odd. But when taking Largon in the hospital I twice experienced orgasms in my sleep. Very weird. I usually have a hard time achieving orgasms.

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I have to ask: how did you know? It's pretty obvious for a guy...

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I'm still a teen, so this might not be that odd. But when taking Largon in the hospital I twice experienced orgasms in my sleep. Very weird. I usually have a hard time achieving orgasms.

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I have to ask: how did you know? It's pretty obvious for a guy...

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I woke up half-asleep and well...

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I woke up half-asleep and well...

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OK, fair point. I wake up much later, not entirely convinced - you know, 'was that really a dream,' stuff. Then there's physical evidence, if that's not too gross. Ah, shit: so now I know what it's like to go to sleep in the wet patch...

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Since tappering off of Paxil and then stopping, my orgasmic ability is back. It used to be so tough, now it is effortless.

Once I was asleep and having the best dream of my life...this hot Brazilian guy was giving me an oil massage, and well...!!!

You KNOW. Usually nocturnal orgasms wake me up. I just sit up and say WOW.

I don't know if it is med related. It stopped on Paxil and is back, so I assume that since Lamictal and Abilify are rather new (compared to 10 years on Paxil) that it isn't the drugs and is actually me.

I love me!

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There's nothing sexy about being in a semi-wakeful state, roused from dream about witnessing a train wreck with bloody body parts strewn all around you while you are simultaneously having an orgasm and you can't move.  Once you do finally come to a more conscious state (i.e. fully wake up) it really fucks with your psyche.

Karen

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And that's not normal, then?

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  • 1 month later...

Comon guys it is normal. EVERYONE has them if everything is working all right.

Raven

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Well, no.  Not everyone does, but a lot of people do.  It's not at all uncommon to have them, but a lot of people of both genders can go their entire life without having any, natural, med-induced, or otherwise.  It's normal both to have them and to not have them.

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