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carolanne

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Jun 5, 2007
 
I found this condition on a medical web site. It stands for persistant sexual arousal disorder. I have it. It's supposed to be unconfortable for women but I like it and hope it never goes away. Anyone else have this and would like to share thoughts?
carolanne

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Jun 6, 2007
 
Roger wrote:
No, you don't have it. It is not fun to have at all. The diagnosis in fact requires that it be uncomfortable.
Sexual activity does not bring any relief and in some cases makes it worse. Please do not spread misinformation on this extremely embarrassing and disabling condition--it is like the girl who says she wants her boyfriend to "rape" her, not understanding the hurt and damage such stupid sloppy use of language can have.
Then how can you explain why I'm always in a state of sexual arousal? It's not a joke, believe me. It's just that it's not uncomfortable. Maybe it could be similar to psad and a side effect from meds? I'm really not joking roger.
grace

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Jun 6, 2007
 
well do you get relief from sexual intercourse and cumming... if so you dont have it...
carolanne

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Jun 7, 2007
 
grace wrote:
well do you get relief from sexual intercourse and cumming... if so you dont have it...
The relief only lasts a few minutes. I look at my guy and he is satisfied, I however want more and more, I could go on all night. Most women my age aren't like this. Don't get me wrong, I don't want to have a desease, but I can't explain why this is happening to me. It is not uncomfortable except when I need to work and act straight, it's hard not to feel horny all the time.
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Jun 7, 2007
 
well dr roger... i think you might have shot her theory of psad to hell with those qns lol
carolanne

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Jun 7, 2007
 
Roger wrote:
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Is it a purely physical need or a combination of physical and psychological arousal? Are there times when the arousal starts out as being a psychological thing and then your body responds and becomes aroused?
Is the arousal mostly at night, spread out over the day or no difference? Does your periods impact the arousal?
Are there any times in the past 6 months when you were able to concentrate on doing something else without thinking of sex?
Are you constantly wet? Do you perspire a lot? Do you have to urinate frequently or feel that you have to urinate frequently?
Did this increase in arousal start at the same time or shortly after starting the taking or stop taking of medication(s)?
Have you discussed this with a doctor/nurse/therapist?
Have you only used masturbation and sex to get relief or have you tried relaxation/meditation/yoga/mas sage therapy?
Do you find it takes longer and longer to orgasm or does it come quicker and quicker and more intense? Do you have to urinate soon after orgasm?
These are a lot of questions, but I can answer some of them. I think of sex all the time. It happens all day long and I can orgasm without touching, just thinking. I can orgasm very quickly. I urinate quite frequently thru out the day and have to pee right after an orgasm. I do not get periods any more. I am close to 50, but most people think I'm much younger. I am wet all the time and do not get any of the menopause symptoms I hear about, I've gotten the complete oposite. I have not discussed my sexual desires with the dr., but have told him that I didn't get any menopause symptoms. I am not on hormones at all, I take an antidepressant, but the sex feelings started way before the meds, however, A pain med i've been taking for 3 yrs does coinside with the constant sexual desire. I have to add , all my life my body has done the opposite of what other people do. I was given valium at an early age to pep me up, weird, huh? I hope I've given you enough answers so you can tell what you think is my so called"problem". By the way, I am not promiscuous. I do have a husband and a bf. just them.
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Jun 7, 2007
 
I have to let my Sphincters (inner and outer) chew Trident Sugarless Gum all day or I have panic attacks.
Phinaeus Latherpants

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Jun 7, 2007
 
If you think feeding gum to your butt all day long is easy, you should try it- - it's a pain in the ass.
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franko

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Jun 7, 2007
 
carolanne wrote:
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These are a lot of questions, but I can answer some of them. I think of sex all the time. It happens all day long and I can orgasm without touching, just thinking. I can orgasm very quickly. I urinate quite frequently thru out the day and have to pee right after an orgasm. I do not get periods any more. I am close to 50, but most people think I'm much younger. I am wet all the time and do not get any of the menopause symptoms I hear about, I've gotten the complete oposite. I have not discussed my sexual desires with the dr., but have told him that I didn't get any menopause symptoms. I am not on hormones at all, I take an antidepressant, but the sex feelings started way before the meds, however, A pain med i've been taking for 3 yrs does coinside with the constant sexual desire. I have to add , all my life my body has done the opposite of what other people do. I was given valium at an early age to pep me up, weird, huh? I hope I've given you enough answers so you can tell what you think is my so called"problem". By the way, I am not promiscuous. I do have a husband and a bf. just them.
well, now we know why only one guy is not quite enuff for you ....

Anti-depressants usually reduce sexual desire, as do most pain medicaoints ....

you could see about trying otehr pain meds to see if that "helps".

I doubt I am the same as you, but I find it hard to resist the urge to masturbate every nite before I go to bed ...(It would be sex with a partner if I had one right now ..) It could have something to do with the porn though ... LOL!!!
carolanne

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Jun 8, 2007
 
Roger wrote:
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Thank you for responding so thoroughly.
You should of course discuss this with your doctor or a nurse practitioner, or preferably, a gynaecologist. I think you are perfectly normal and healthy, with perhaps some nerve irritation in your genital area which leads to sexual stimulation. PSAD or persistent genital arousal disorder PGAD (a better term than the older persistent SEXUAL arousal disorder PSAD)differs from normal sexual arousal in that it is definitely uncomfortable and in that it is not psychologically driven. In fact, it is characterized by an absence of psychological arousal and is located in the genitalia and genital area--usually as congestion so that the genitals feel constantly on the verge of orgasm in the absence of mental stimuli.
But you know your body well and you are lucky to have sexual release and satisfaction.
You might be slightly concerned with being wet a lot--skin breakdown can be a problem--that is probably your biggest risk--and skin breakdown can be a serious issue--check with a doctor and get advice at the first sign of irritation/redness. Be careful how you clean and especially keep it as dry as possible. I am referring to the external skin, not the mucous membranes which of course can easily handle moisture.
With your past valium history and pain med--you might benefit from relaxation training or exercises. I am very happy for you to be sexually active and happy at close to 50. You are just a healthy h o r n y woman. lol good for you.
Thanks for the intelligent answer and understanding. That's why we come on these forums in the first place, and to meet some friends that have things in common with us. It's a pleasure to know that I don't have psad. I an lucky to be active and horny at my age.
carolanne

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Jun 8, 2007
 
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well, now we know why only one guy is not quite enuff for you ....
Anti-depressants usually reduce sexual desire, as do most pain medicaoints ....
you could see about trying otehr pain meds to see if that "helps".
I doubt I am the same as you, but I find it hard to resist the urge to masturbate every nite before I go to bed ...(It would be sex with a partner if I had one right now ..) It could have something to do with the porn though ... LOL!!!
I have always loved masturbation from the age of about 9. I do have a fasination with porn and am among the few women who find nothing wrong with "normal" porn. I consider myself lucky to have parents who at the age of 83 and 76 are still active sexually and both don't look their ages at all , they still travel cross country too. I hope I continue to take after them. Peace and love Franko.
carolanne

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Jun 12, 2007
 
Jerry wrote:
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How many times a day do you frig?
Huh? Have no idea what frig is. Sorry.
Thoughtiwasoneof akind

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Jun 12, 2007
 
carolanne, I'm a man who has been married to a woman very similar to you in the sexual department. Yes, fortunately, we BOTH are very sexual individuals and discovered that we are the best together than with anyone else we've 'encountered' before we met and married almost 30 years ago. Other than a slight setback with me getting a herniated disc a three failed back surgeries, we have found "sensual furniture" and other "little helpers" to keep our sex life more healthy than the usual couple that's been married over 25 years. I think our "record" (but who's counting?-LOL!) is love making about a dozen times in a day and that doesn't included the "non-sexual intercouse" periods in between. We figured we were just over-sexed, however, with this world wide web and mass communication world, it turns out that being AMOROUS (not horny!) most of the time is something that isn't so uncommon after all. We are just happey we found each other...purely by FATE. As long as YOU aren't uncomfomfortable or miserable in your life the way you are, I see nothing wrong. If it interfered with your work, personal life/married life or any other way physically, mentally or emotionally...what's wrong with it? My wife and I are NOT looking forward to the day when one of us "goes bye-bye" and leaves one or the other "high and dry" -Literally! Thanks for being brave enough to rise above your inhibitions and post here. I am sure there are other people who are reading and NOT posting that feel much more relieved now. Sincerely, Notsooneofakind
Shadrack

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Jun 12, 2007
 
Never heard of PSAD. Cand you give me a little more info about it??? What is it ???
carolanne

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Jun 13, 2007
 
Thoughtiwasoneofakind wrote:
carolanne, I'm a man who has been married to a woman very similar to you in the sexual department. Yes, fortunately, we BOTH are very sexual individuals and discovered that we are the best together than with anyone else we've 'encountered' before we met and married almost 30 years ago. Other than a slight setback with me getting a herniated disc a three failed back surgeries, we have found "sensual furniture" and other "little helpers" to keep our sex life more healthy than the usual couple that's been married over 25 years. I think our "record" (but who's counting?-LOL!) is love making about a dozen times in a day and that doesn't included the "non-sexual intercouse" periods in between. We figured we were just over-sexed, however, with this world wide web and mass communication world, it turns out that being AMOROUS (not horny!) most of the time is something that isn't so uncommon after all. We are just happey we found each other...purely by FATE. As long as YOU aren't uncomfomfortable or miserable in your life the way you are, I see nothing wrong. If it interfered with your work, personal life/married life or any other way physically, mentally or emotionally...what's wrong with it? My wife and I are NOT looking forward to the day when one of us "goes bye-bye" and leaves one or the other "high and dry" -Literally! Thanks for being brave enough to rise above your inhibitions and post here. I am sure there are other people who are reading and NOT posting that feel much more relieved now. Sincerely, Notsooneofakind
Cheers!!! You have a wonderful marriage, I'm jealous. We have a wonderful sex life, but, alas, don't have a lot of other things in common after over 20 yrs.
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Jun 13, 2007
 
Thoughtiwasoneofakind wrote:
carolanne, I'm a man who has been married to a woman very similar to you in the sexual department. Yes, fortunately, we BOTH are very sexual individuals and discovered that we are the best together than with anyone else we've 'encountered' before we met and married almost 30 years ago. Other than a slight setback with me getting a herniated disc a three failed back surgeries, we have found "sensual furniture" and other "little helpers" to keep our sex life more healthy than the usual couple that's been married over 25 years. I think our "record" (but who's counting?-LOL!) is love making about a dozen times in a day and that doesn't included the "non-sexual intercouse" periods in between. We figured we were just over-sexed, however, with this world wide web and mass communication world, it turns out that being AMOROUS (not horny!) most of the time is something that isn't so uncommon after all. We are just happey we found each other...purely by FATE. As long as YOU aren't uncomfomfortable or miserable in your life the way you are, I see nothing wrong. If it interfered with your work, personal life/married life or any other way physically, mentally or emotionally...what's wrong with it? My wife and I are NOT looking forward to the day when one of us "goes bye-bye" and leaves one or the other "high and dry" -Literally! Thanks for being brave enough to rise above your inhibitions and post here. I am sure there are other people who are reading and NOT posting that feel much more relieved now. Sincerely, Notsooneofakind
I think this was a great post ... you've given many poele who have had their share of relationship/sexual/marital probelms something positive to draw on. Thank you.
carolanne

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Jun 14, 2007
 
Yes Franko, he has. I wish my husband and I had more than sex in common. He is a good man, but never really grew up. I wish I had met my lover 20 yrs ago because he has both qualities. It's so sad that I'm in the majority.

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