| Last updated
Liz and Eric appeared in a 2014 episode of TLC's Sex Sent Me To The ER, where they shared their bizarre story.
One morning, they'd decided to start the day with, ahem, a moment of intimacy - which prompted Liz's four-hour orgasm.
Liz said she tried everything from downing red wine to taking antihistamines, but nothing seemed to stop the 'physically, emotionally and mentally taxing experience'.
Eventually, partner Eric said they had to go to hospital to get Liz checked out, telling doctors what had happened in the hope that they could establish the root of the problem.
Liz recalled: "Until you actually experience it. I had to call in and tell my boss that I wasn't feeling very well. I ended up calling every medical professional I've ever seen in my life to try and get somebody to give me an answer!"
Suddenly, after hours of orgasming, the sensation finally stopped.
She said: "So they went to the dispensary to try and get the Valium, and when they were still writing out the paperwork, I stopped.
"At first, it was just sheer disbelief. I didn't believe it and I was afraid that it was going to start right back up."
Liz added: "It's a very physically, emotionally and mentally taxing experience."
But while the gruelling four-hour orgasm finally stopped, it turned out that wasn't the end of it.
After Liz left the hospital, she found she was having random orgasms without any stimulation whatsoever - and on a regular basis.
She explained: "Initially, it was just like after sex, and then it got to the point where I would be doing whatever - watching TV, walking down the street - and I would have an orgasm out of the blue.
"I would have as many as 12 spontaneous prolonged orgasms in one day."
It took months to work out what was going on, with doctors ordering rounds of tests and changes to Liz's medication.
She finally found some success with anti-seizure drugs, which she now uses to help manage the strange orgasms.
Liz continued: "I got down to where I was having them only daily, and then I was having them only every other day, and then it was about once a week, and then maybe it was about once a month."
She said it took 'about four, maybe five months' before the orgasms were 'completely under control', and now has to take medication every day.
But Liz said she's delighted with the result, saying: "I have a very happy sex life and that's a really great feeling."
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read