A US based woman struggles to lead a normal life as a rare genetic disorder causes her to be constantly aroused. The 23-year-old US woman constantly craves for sex because of the rare medical condition called, Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD). Amanda McLaughlin constantly wants to have sex and often begs to her fiance to have sex with her. Contrary to popular beliefs, this need for sex does not actually give us a lot of pleasure. In fact, the young woman was recently a part of a BBC Documentary where she revealed that PGAD is more pain that pleasure. Amanda has been suffering from this disease for the past ten years, and there is no known cure for the disease. Model Sara Geurts With Body Full of Wrinkles is Challenging Beauty Standards! See Pictures of 26-Year-Old Who Suffers From Rare Disorder.
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Amanda began showing symptoms of PGAD when she was 13, and the effects have since been increasing. Initially, her family was disturbed by her state as they felt that she was a hypochondriac. A hypochondriac is someone who is anxious about their health all the time. However, six years later, she was finally diagnosed with PGAD and her family has since been extremely supportive of her. Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder also is known as restless genital syndrome results in spontaneous and uncontrollable genital arousal that is constantly present. Young Girls Grow Penises in This Mysterious Caribbean Village! Sexual Transformation Story Will Leave You Stunned.
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While masturbation and orgasm often relive the feeling for some time, it returns quite instantly and also results in swollen pelvis and also causes a lot of pain. Amanda is currently on about 30 medicines to manage the pain. There is no known cure for this condition as there is not much information available about this medical issue. This genetic condition is also connected to the legless syndrome, and Amanda revealed that there is a sharp pain in her legs and pelvic areas as she constantly feels like she is about to orgasm. (Edited By: Aishwarya Krishnan) Also Read - World Thalassemia Day 2020: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment of The Disease