Common symptoms of a clinical aneurgasm include:
- a purplish complexion caused by the sudden rush of blood to the head.
- a tensing of the shoulder, neck, and and upper back muscles.
- uncontrollable Ali-like trembling.
- breaking out into a thin cold sweat.
- can appear to be a pre-stroke apoplectic fit, except for the distinguishing feature:
- a massively painful and surprising erection (similar to a shame boner) at the height of rage, often ending in sudden embarrassingly explosive ejaculation.