A gynaecologist gave a patient two 'leg-buckling' orgasms in a minute and a half on the examination table as a nurse stood just feet away, a court has been told.
Bibi Giles has accused Angus Thomson of sexual harassment and is suing for distress in a case before Worcester County Court.
Giles has accused him of trying to start an affair and said that on one occasion he urged her in a raised voice to 'have sex or you will have an explosion'.
The court heard that Giles visited the gynaecologist for an internal examination on November 30th 2006 at Droitwich Spa Hospital, six weeks after surgery, when he touched her inappropriately.
"I cannot control my body. He was stroking me and my leg just buckled," the Telegraph quoted her as saying.
"I felt that it was wrong - but I didn't know if this is the way gynaecologists examined the patient after the operation.
"When I left the room there was no doubt that the conversation and touch was sexual. When I realised he was doing something out of the boundary I didn't want to say anything as I was still under his care," she added.
Giles said that she didn't want to go through having another gynaecologist, so stayed with Thomson but claimed whenever she wanted to talk about her condition he changed the conversation to the subject of having an extra-marital affair.
The case continues.