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Restless genital syndrome refers to excessive and persistent sensations of genital and clitoral arousal with the absence of conscious feeling of sexual desire. These sensations have been linked to symptoms of restless legs syndrome RLS or an overactive bladder. Restless genital syndrome may be related to small fiber sensory neuropathy of the dorsal nerve of the clitoris, so it more frequently occurs in women. The association with RLS suggests a possible dopaminergic mechanism. We report a case of a year-old woman who presented restless genital symptoms every night in association with RLS symptoms.

Persistent genital arousal disorder

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Getting regular orgasms may seem like a blessing. But for people with persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD , having regular orgasms is a never-ending nightmare. This is particularly exacerbated by incorrect assumptions and wrong diagnoses from many healthcare professionals that those with PGAD are either sex addicts or have hypersexuality. They want it turned off. I can clearly remember the first day I experienced my symptoms. I remember rubbing myself down there and it felt good.

Restless Genital Syndrome: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment With Pramipexole

I have friends who have no issue revealing intimate details about their partner's penis to their friends. In fact, I know which of my friends have regular access to bent, crooked, or soft ones, which ones smell weird and which ones only perk up with porn on in the background. And despite the fact they can and will! It blows my mind that talking about our vaginas can still feel so taboo, naughty, and forbidden.
What is an orgasm? It is series of involuntary muscle contractions in the anus, lower pelvic muscles, and sexual organs, accompanied by a sudden release of endorphins providing a feeling of euphoria. Orgasm is preceded by moistening of the vaginal walls and enlargement of the clitoris. The clitoris moves inward under the clitoral hood.