Orgasm-induced seizures is a rare neurologic disease characterized by complex partial seizures with or without secondary generalization or idiopathic primarily generalized epilepsy triggered by sexual orgasm. Seizures usually start immediately shortly after or a few hours after the achievement of orgasm last a few seconds or minutes and are followed in very rare cases by intense migraine.
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