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. Those who have it often feel permanently on the verge of an orgasm that they can't complete — a sort of chronic clitoral constipation. PGAD sufferers soon learn to avoid triggers. Anything from a bumpy train ride, to inserting a tampon, to wearing stilettos which offset the balance of the pelvis can exacerbate the extreme genital sensitivity.
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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. The condition has been characterized by a researcher as being a term with no scientific basis. Other researchers have suggested that the disorder be renamed "persistent genital vasocongestion disorder PGVD "  or "restless genital syndrome ReGS.
What is persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)?
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.
A year-old male presented to the psychosexual clinic with symptoms suggestive of persistent genital arousal disorder of 2years duration. Physical examination and investigations ruled out any underlying urological or neurological causes. He was treated with Diazepam and Pregabalin and his symptoms reduced in intensity.