Implants and/or augmentations in human brain are widely shown in fiction: improving and/or enhancing certain functions of the brain by artificial means can have nearly endless possibilities.
All of these, of course, and I assume, are related to certain regions of the brain - and their working mechanism, almost surely would be based on: * providing additional computational potential through an implanted microcomputer or * extending the brain's natural neural signal processing by providing more connections between neurons and/or adding neural cells into the system of the human brain.
For this question, assume that the latter is much closer to reality, because at least my personal knowledge implies it.
I've also heard (specifically in this ASAP Science video) that the way orgasm happens in the brain is identical in both genders, meaning that whoever we are talking about, there is a possibility that in a given world, a given person's brain have augmentations in regions where orgasm happens.
Is it possible that the presence of an artificial neural network attached to one's brain modify the effect of orgasm - even if it's not specifically created for this purpose (="by accident")?
If yes, what kind of outputs are expectable? Hallucinations, extended length, complete loss of one or more senses for the time, seizures, maybe neither?
I assume this is highly dependent so can't be answered so easily - in this case, it is enough to explain, what are those dependencies.