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Had multiple orgasms during foreplay. Experienced numbness, tingling in both hands. What does it mean?

During foreplay last night with new lover we have not had intercourse dating for couple months always have multiple orgasms during foreplay he is amazing man. I m 41 years old experienced first time hands went numb, intense tingling at first then both my hands went into spasms/ cramps could not separate fingers zero control movements experience lasted 15 minutes, what does this mean??
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Sexologist 's  Response

Orgasms are great pain relievers. Tolerance to pain (capacity to endure pain) is also at its peak during ecstatic foreplay.

What appears likely is there was a stretch, jerk or pressure on the cervical spine while at foreplay due to some posture.

If this never recurs (most likely it won't) not just during foreplay, but at any other time then body has healed it.

This is not caused by or due to orgasms.

Feel free to ask if you have additional questions.

Have fun,
Dr. Ashok Koparday
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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