Causes of Persistent Sexual Arousal Disorder
It is strange and rare but nevertheless it happens. A persons life turns out to be one big orgasm. It is a medical condition which is not normal. A patient is in a permanent state of sexual arousal. The patient does not need to fantasize or think about sex. It starts with a tingling sensation in the clitoral area followed by an intense desire to have sex and release which is followed in quick succession by an orgasm. An orgasm does not give the patient any relief. Immediately after climaxing, another powerful sexual build up is already in the offing. It is a cycle that continues relentlessly. It gives no respite to the patient. Sometimes patients result to masturbation to try and get some relief to no avail. One patient confessed that much as a masturbation gave her an orgasm, she still craved for sex and more sex. A feeling of vaginal congestion and warmth in her vulva was permanent. The patient climaxes anywhere any time. The hot flashes are continuos and unrelenting. What causes persistent sexual arousal disorder?
Irregularity in sensory nerves triggers a persistent sexual arousal disorder or syndrome. This is a theory believed by most medical practitioners. The theory is hinged on the fact that the disorder afflicts women who are past their menopause. Women who are in their 40′s and 50′s though there are cases which have been reported of women in their 30′s being struck by this disorder. Still under this theory, women who have undergone a hormonal treatment are known to fall victim to the persistent sexual arousal syndrome. Sensory nerves lose coordination which results in signals being sent and received in the wrong places. A nerve sends a signal to a receptive area that triggers off sexual arousal.
Drugs are known to cause persistent sexual arousal disorder through negative side effects. Drugs such as trazodone cannot escape the blame as they may cause it as one of the side effects. The syndrome in this case can only be stopped by curtailing the patient from using this drug. However, much as the blame is heaped on drugs, they can be used to offer relief against persistent sexual arousal syndrome. In cases where the syndrome is less treatable and the cause is not well known, antidepressants, anaesthetizing gels and anti androgenic agents can sometimes be used to offer temporary relief. Strong drugs with a long term usage can indirectly influence and trigger the persistent sexual arousal syndrome. The ability of drugs to influence and change the body mechanism cannot be underrated.
Testosterone are hormones common with the body mechanism in a man, but sometimes they occur in excessive quantities in a woman. Overproduction of testosterone in a woman makes her to get a persistent sexual arousal disorder. A constant feeling of vaginal congestion, an irresistible urge to reach an orgasm and get sexual relief. Abnormally high levels of hormonal discharges in the body send mixed signals which might result in an overreaction similar to persistent sexual arousal syndrome. In some medically filed cases, the condition is as a result of a pelvic-venous malformation combined with arterial divisions or branches to the clitoris.
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