This Woman Has ‘Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder’ – It’s Not As Sexy As It Sounds

Published on September 8, 2017

For all the 8th-Grade snickering the topic brings up, it’s no laughing matter for the women who have it.

If you were always on the brink of an orgasm, with the slightest thing able to set it off, you would always be in a great mood, right?

Not as much as you think. Especially if there is pain associated with the experience instead of pleasure.

Amanda McLaughlin, 23, of Jackson, Michigan, has Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), a condition that makes her feel as if she is always on the brink of orgasm.
But the debilitating disability doesn’t give her any pleasure and leaves her in constant pain.–DailyMail

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In fact, some sufferers have even committed suicide over the condition.

Imagine having an actual medical condition that has doctors and your entire family calling you a liar and a whore.

For all the people who wish their wife or girlfriend could suffer the same condition, she has an answer:

… would they want to have a raging boner 24/7? I don’t think so.’
The 23-year-old, who cannot work or drive because of her condition, says that she has to sit on heat pads to relieve the pain she feels in her pelvis and in her legs.
Woman speaks out about Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder
She also has to insert ice into her vagina to help with swelling.
For years Amanda complained of feeling like she ‘needed to orgasm’ but doctors told her that there was nothing wrong or that she had a sex addiction.
She explained: ‘From the ages of 15 to 18 I masturbated constantly. Way more than an average teenager would.
‘I knew there was something not right. I kept telling people “I need to have sex” but nobody listened to me.’ —DailyMail

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It’s suddenly a lot less funny now, isn’t it?

With the number of strange things that can misfire in someone’s body or mind, it’s amazing that anyone enjoys good health.

Share if this makes you appreciate healthy sexuality a little more than you did before.

 

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