People with this condition become sexually aroused without any sexual activity or stimulation. In some cases, PGAD can last for hours, days, or weeks at a time. And it can be disruptive to your daily life. PGAD is most commonly reported in women.
What is persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)?
The multi-orgasmic woman
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. Various neuropsychological conditions, pelvic pathology, medications, etc. Pharmacologic strategies have included the use of antidepressants, antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, and analgesics.
What Are Multiple Orgasms? How Common Are They?
Persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD , previously called persistent sexual arousal syndrome ,  is spontaneous, persistent, unwanted and uncontrollable genital arousal in the absence of sexual stimulation or sexual desire ,   and is typically not relieved by orgasm. PGAD occurs in women. It is distinguished from hypersexuality , which is characterized as heightened sexual desire. In , "persistent genital arousal dysfunction" was included in its third edition.
It reads more like the title of a film on YouPorn than the start of an article about a debilitating medical condition. More often than not, PGAD sufferers are treated as hypersexual oddities. But PGAD actually has very little to do with orgasms, and absolutely nothing to do with pleasure. The condition, largely suffered by women, is characterised by an implacable feeling of genital congestion and pelvic pain.