E-mail: ni. Persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD or restless genital syndrome results in spontaneous, persistent and uncontrollable genital arousal, with or without orgasm or genital engorgement, unrelated to any feelings of sexual desire. She had no desire to have sex, but she used to feel warm inside her vagina with pulsations, lubrication, tingling, throbbing response, and sometimes discharge. Initially, it was 15—20 times a day gradually increased to persist throughout the day. She lied on bed whole day crying, clinging herself or folding her body on herself because of the sensations.
Persistent genital arousal disorder
Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder
Persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD is characterized by unrelenting, spontaneous, and uncontainable genital arousal, mostly in females. A woman with PGAD can experience spontaneous orgasms that do not resolve arousal. The person's arousal is not linked to sexual desire. PGAD can lead to ongoing physical pain, stress , and psychological difficulties due to an inability to carry out everyday tasks. The condition can affect women of all ages. Experts have not clinically confirmed the incidence of PGAD, as many people with the condition feel too embarrassed or ashamed to seek medical help. The primary symptom of PGAD is a series of ongoing and uncomfortable sensations in and around the genital tissues, including the clitoris, labia, vagina, perineum, and anus.
Uncontrollable Orgasms Are A Problem You DON'T Want To Have
Persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD is a phenomenon, in which afflicted women experience spontaneous genital arousal, unresolved by orgasms and triggered by sexual or nonsexual stimuli, eliciting stress. The current case is a year-old female who experienced such orgasms for about a month. Physical examination, investigations, and psychological testing were noncontributory. Carbamazepine mg was discontinued due to a lack of response. She improved significantly with supportive therapy.
By Daily Mail Reporter. A woman who experiences multiple orgasms for up to eight hours a day has opened up for the first time about her rare condition. Rachel, from Atlanta, Georgia, suffers from persistent sexual arousal syndrome, also known as p ersistent genital arousal disorder, which means she climaxes hundreds of times a day. Speaking with her husband, John, she revealed that she was diagnosed with the disorder after the birth of her first child.