This is not a joke or anything, I really have come to hte point where I think I need help.
First off, I do have temporal lobe epilepsy that accourding to my Neurologist can cause hypersexuality after seizures...so that is probably part of my problem, I just didnt get chance yet to discuss with her what to do about it. I do think however the other part is now I have clung onto the hyperseuxality even though Im not having any on-going seizures lately that would cause it.
So, here is what is happening. I had 2 ER trips this year from seizures that wouldnt stop, and for about 2 weeks after these episodes it was EXTREMLY bad, so bad... all I would do while recovering is sit in my room all day long with my hands down my pants, I actually counted 23 orgasms in one day.
Right now its not AS bad, but still very bad. Sometimes I stay at home so I can materbate, when Im at work I will take frequent bathroom breaks so I can masterbate and I have the compulstion to shuv things up myself that I see and rub myself on things. For example...the toilet role holder that comes off. Even while at the computer Im thining about it.
If im watching a movie ill be feeling myself...and have to pause it to finish off, .. same thing with video games... anything... if Im alone all I will do is feel myself...and often I wantto be alone so that I can.
Im 26, I dont know whether to talk to my therapist. This issue has arised since I started having seizures, so I know part of it has been a Neurological change.. but do you think I need treatment ? because Im starting to realize this is not normal, and its been a burden on me for months now... it was a relief to tell my Neurologist.
Yeah that's pretty excessive even for a girl in her mid-20s. The thing that makes me worry is that you seem to understand this is causing quality of life issues and you're unable to stop, that's not the sign of a healthy sex drive or a masterbation routine within your control. If you didn't have a pathology for hypersexuality it would be sex addiction.
I'd contact the Doctor or Neurologist that first diagnosed you with Temporal Lobe Eliplepsy and tell them that the hypersexuality seems to have gone from possibility to reality. Find out if this is likely to be a passing phase or if it's a condition that could get worse. See what options for treatment they offer and feel free to take your time with making a decision about them.
It seems that you posted looking for help because you are concerned and somewhat distressed by this. It does appear to be an issue which is taking control of your life and obviously you want your control back.
The way I see it you have 2 choices. Either learn to accept this behavior or take steps to change it. From the tone of your post, I think the second option is more what you are wanting.
I would suggest having a frank discussion with your Therapist, neurologist and your GYN. Try to get them to collaborate on a plan to help you achieve your goal.
Meanwhile, baby steps are key. Set a small goal that is reasonable and achievable, then when you have reached it,set another the same way.
For example, you may set a goal of not masturbating from a certain time to another certain time each day. The next goal could be to extend that time by an hour.
You could train your brain to accept a somewhat more delayed gratification over time. Yes, it wouldn't stop the urges, but it would give you back some degree of control over your response to those urges.
I hope this helps. Maybe you can think of some other goals you'd like to attain.