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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Personal Sexual Arousal Syndrome

 Imagine you’re sitting at a meeting/eating at a crowded restaurant/giving a speech…anywhere, doing anything…and you have the sudden urge to climax. This “hush-hush” syndrome sounds like ecstasy, but can be a living hell.

Just how often do women who have this have orgasms? Everyday? Ten times a day?

Would you believe there’s a woman who claims to have up to 200 orgasms a day?

The idea of being in a constant state of sexual arousal and having to experience the joy of climaxing…while in the most inappropriate places at the most inconvenient times…certainly detracts from the whole concept of relishing that lovemaking thrill.

Possible causes of PSAS:
1. Neurological hypersensitivity (some women claim the syndrome started after taking anti-depressants) or trauma to the pelvic nerves.
2. Pelvic vein congestion.
3. Over-sensitivity to Progesterone.
4. No/delayed release of hormone Prolactin.
5. Deficiency of Oxytocin from the pituitary gland, needed for calming down after sex.

Information is scarce…and treatment on a trial basis…but a good source is:
http://www.medindia.net/patients/patientinfo/persistent-sexual-arousal-syndrome.htm

Can a romance heroine experience this syndrome? And, how would the hero react? An interesting thought to ponder!

Marianne Stephens
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9 comments:

Rose Anderson said...

Yikes. I suppose it's better than Viagra's adverse reaction in some men -- that painful 6-hour erection. Interesting.

Tina Donahue said...

Wow, 200 a day. When does she eat, sleep, relax? Poor baby.

Cara Marsi said...

Wow! Interesting. Not a condition I'd want.

R. Ann Siracusa said...

I've heard of this, but I guess I didn't quite believe it. Can they treat it? It would certainly make an interesting novel.

Melissa Keir said...

That's a scary condition. I can't imagine the embarrassment associated with it. But I suppose that the opposite would be just as challenging. Not being able to orgasm or even being able to have sex because it's too painful...

*sigh*

jean hart stewart said...

Sounds like a distressing condition...never heard of it.Not a good thing to have, that's for sure. Interesting to contemplate, though!

Sandy said...

OMG, I wouldn't want that condition, but my husband might enjoy it. lol

Janice Seagraves said...

I can imagine the woman with this condition thinking, "Oh no, not another one."

Paris said...

Two-hundred orgasms a day definitely sounds like too much of a good thing. I can't imagine how mentally and physically exhausting it would be or the toll it would take. Very scary.

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