By Matthew Acton & Rachel Spencer
SEXY Ellie Allen is a girl who just can’t say no? because she’s too busy saying Yes…Yes…YES!
The pretty brunette suffers from a rare but genuine medical condition that means she has up to 250 orgasms a DAY.
It’s called Permanent Sexual Arousal Syndrome?PSAS.
But Ellie isn’t moaning?in fact she can see the funny side of her complaint.
“Men brag that they’d love a woman who can’t stop climaxing,” she laughed. “But I struggle to find partners who can keep up with me.”
And no wonder. The slightest thing can make the earth move for Ellie.
The throb of a BUS engine, driving over SPEED BUMPS, the purr of a LAWN MOWER, even the rhythmic motion of a PHOTOCOPIER!
Ellie, 28, told us: “People think having orgasms all the time must be brilliant?but they look at me like I’m some kind of nutter because I’m always having to stifle my sighs or scurry off for a private moment.”
The first time Ellie had an orgasm on a crowded bus, her fellow passengers were seriously alarmed.
“The engine was making the vehicle shake and suddenly I felt an unbearable tingling, my back arched and my body jerked sharply as I peaked,” she recalled.
“Everyone was staring like I was having some kind of fit as I finally yelled out. I simply couldn’t help myself. An old lady asked me what was wrong and I had to pretend I’d stubbed my toe.”
Now Ellie relies on lifts from understanding friends…
“If there’s a road with several speed humps then I’ll be off by the time we’ve crossed the last one,” she confessed. “I don’t drive very often. When I pull up just the vibrations are enough to set me off.
“That led to my most embarrassing moment?when a policeman stopped me for sneaking through traffic lights on amber.
“By the time he got to my window I was already pretty flustered. He said, ?You know why I’ve pulled you over, don’t you?’
“I was bright red in the face and knew if I opened my mouth I’d have to moan or cry out as I was actually coming at that stage.
“So I just nodded and pretended to have a coughing fit, but it was pretty high pitched.
“He made me get out of the car and my legs felt really weak because I’d only just climaxed.
“They almost went from under me and he thought I was drunk so he breathalysed me!
“But once I’d composed myself I flirted with him a bit and got away with a ticking-off.”
Although PSAS is a physical disorder, causing increased blood flow to the sex organs, doctors know little about what triggers it.
There is no cure. Sufferers enjoy, or endure, up to 300 orgasms a day without warning. The condition gradually crept up on Ellie after she first had sex at 17.
“I was like most girls at first and didn’t always climax,” she said. “It didn’t really bother me. I always enjoyed sex but it wasn’t something that ruled my life.
“I’ve never been promiscuous. And I used to find lengthy sex sessions that went on for hours a bit boring.
“My orgasms were pretty run of the mill then. They’d last half a minute or so. But between the age of 18 and 20 they got more and more frequent.
“Occasionally, every few months I’d have multiple orgasms but not all the time. Now I can’t stop. I’m aroused from the moment I wake up.
“My boobs are swollen, I get this throbbing feeling and I’m desperate to climax.
“When I do it calms me down for a little while, but soon afterwards it begins again.”
Everyday activities that most of us take for granted are a minefield for Cambridge art gallery assistant Ellie.
“Out shopping I can be set off just by the vibration of people’s footsteps,” she revealed.
“Lifts and stairs are unbearable.
“I can’t work in an office because even ringing phones and humming photo-copiers do it. Gardening puts me into spasms every time I bend over and the throb of the lawnmower sparks a climax.
“And furious dancing in clubs is obviously out.
“One day I was trying to clear a blocked drain. The stench was disgusting but as soon as I started wiggling the rod about to shift the blockage, I was crying out in ecstasy!
“I don’t count how many orgasms I reach a day but it must be around 250?more on a busy day.”
Treatments for PSAS include an anaesthetic gel to numb sensation around the private parts.
But the only concession Ellie makes to her condition is to wear loose clothing to cut down on friction.
She said: “Sex provides me with just a few moments’ relief and then the tension builds up again.
“One boyfriend even went on an arduous keep-fit regime in a bid to keep up with me.
“But I still wore him out so badly he ended up in tears and we split. It’s more embarrassing when I’m with a new partner because often they think I’m putting on an act and I worry that it scares them off.
“Usually men think it’s great at first because they can bring me to orgasm in seconds with any kind of contact.
“But I’m not satisfied and keep on for hours demanding more and more action?and then it gets difficult for them and they end up feeling guilty. But it’s not their fault.
“I’ve discovered that slower, more gentle love-making can leave me a little more satisfied as it takes a bit longer to climax.
“Even then I’m talking a couple of minutes at the most!
“I drink camomile tea to calm me down and I find a few glasses of wine on a night out can help to deaden the urges a bit.”
Fortunately Ellie’s bosses at the gallery understand her unusual needs. “They know what’s happening if I suddenly go red and have to dart off,” she said.
“And I certainly serve customers with a smile. Sometimes they just might hear me gasp as well!”
From News of the World