September 25, 2021

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A 51-year-old Japanese man suffers a stroke after masturbating several times

Different types of sexual activity, including masturbation, account for 3.8% to 14% of all cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage.

A Japanese man has almost died of masturbation, according to a medical report released by the Daily Mail. Doctors say the 51-year-old man enjoyed himself several times a day. But shortly after ejaculation he had a stroke and his habit killed him.

When the climax came and then the vomiting started, the person immediately got a headache. Concerned about his sudden symptoms, he went to Nagoya City University Hospital.

Doctors said he had low blood pressure and was distracted – two signs of a stroke. They did a CT scan of her brain to find the root cause of her symptoms.

The results revealed that he had a subarachnoid hemorrhage – a type of life-threatening stroke caused by the rupture of a blood vessel in his brain. Doctors say he escaped his trial and was discharged from the hospital in ‘excellent’ condition for almost two weeks.

Dr. Masahiro Omura and colleagues, who published the case report in the journal Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease, did not explain why he may have had a stroke while masturbating. But experts say that physical activity can result in brain hemorrhage, such as lifting something heavy or having sex.

If the bleeding is not the result of an injury to the head, it is most likely caused by a ruptured blood vessel in the brain called cerebral aneurysm.

King’s College Hospital NHS Dr. Daniel Walsh, a cerebral neurosurgeon at the Foundation, told MailOnline that the degenerative aneurysm that caused the patient’s attack was related to a sudden rise in blood pressure.

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This, he said, is a “characteristic” of sexual function. He said that different types of sexual activity, including masturbation, accounted for 3.8% to 14% of all cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage.