Husband With Devastating Sex Condition Just Wants His Life Back (VIDEO)

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No matter how many exceptions there may be to the stereotype, men can't seem to shake their reputation for being all sexed-up (or at least ready and willing to be) 24/7. For one man, that rep is a distressfully harsh reality.

Dale Decker, a 37-year-old husband and father, slipped a disc in his back while getting out of a chair. On his way to the hospital, he had five orgasms, and ever since that day, Decker has nonstop orgasms -- all day, every day.

Doctors point to a condition called Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, or PGAD. He's the first man to bravely speak out about the condition, which has made headlines for more commonly affecting women.

And in a candid interview about his experience, the heartbroken dad of two from Wisconsin made it painfully clear that what might sound like a blessing to some is unquestionably a curse.


Here's the clip of Decker talking to Barcroft Media about what it's really like to live this way:

From not being able to work and feeling like he has to stay housebound to the toll it's taking on his marriage, sex life, and relationship with his children, it's thoroughly heartwrenching to see how this condition is affecting Decker, his wife April, and their family.

April's relationship with her husband clearly isn't anything like what it used to be, which must be so difficult for them both. But you have to admire how supportive she's trying to be as the pair attempt to cope with this taboo, uncommon situation.

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With hope, Decker is trying to navigate the path around the mystery and stigma of what he's suffering from with help from his doctor, who understands that this is, indeed, a medical issue. He and others in the same boat deserve to be taken seriously.

Because while suffering from this serious health problem is clearly not in his head, it is obviously incredibly damaging -- not just physically, but mentally and emotionally too.

What's your reaction to Decker's story?

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