Have you ever heard of someone who isn't epileptic having a seizure after a g-spot orgasm/female ejaculation?? I'd really appreciate any info you have??
I'd need much more information to answer this question. However, I'm not an expert on epileptic seizures. This kind of inquiry requires a professional trained in brain physiology.
As a PhD sexologist, I do know that female ejaculation is NOT the same experience as having an orgasm. Far too many knowledgeable as well as sexually sophisticated women have stated this and I'm convinced it's true. While it might feel good to empty your bladder during sex (most of us enjoy urinating) a combination of clitoral and vaginal stimulation at the same time produces an orgasm that is far more powerful and satisfying. I suggest you read what's on the website about the G spot and female ejaculation. I strongly dislike this misleading information that's basically the result of young men watching porn. The industry loves "squirting" just like they are hooked on the "money shot" of male ejaculation for entertainment value.