Woman constantly sexually aroused due to rare disorder reveals she begs partner for sex to help ease symptoms

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Woman constantly sexually aroused due to rare disorder reveals she begs partner for sex to help ease symptoms

A young woman who is constantly sexually aroused has revealed she begs her partner for sex every day in a desperate bid to ease her symptoms.

Amanda McLaughlin, 23, has suffered with a rare condition since the age of 13 that make she’s feel like she’s about to orgasm .

Amanda’s mum Victoria said she was initially baffled by her daughter’s behaviour, adding “My family thought that she was just a w****.”

The condition – which can affected women of all ages – leaves Amanda suffering sharp pains through her legs and pelvic muscles, unable to work and rarely able leaves the house.

Amanda McLaughlin, 23, has suffered with persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) since the age of 13
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Amanda’s mother Victoria said “My family thought that she was just a w****”
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“It’s not fun to be aroused all the time,” she told BBC Three’s Living Differently .

“Would you want to have a raging b**** 24/7? I don’t think so. It’s just non-stop.”

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Amanda says her fiancé JoJo, whom she met a year ago, is a great support.

She said: “Relationships are very hard to keep with this problem.

“(JoJo) has never once judged me or made me feel bad about not working or anything like that.

Amanda says fiance JoJo (right) has been very supportive
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“It affects our sex life quite tremendously – you’d think that you could have sex and it would just go away, but it doesn’t.

“Sometimes I will be crying and begging him to have sex with me just to relieve some of the pressure that I have down there.

“My whole life would be different if I didn’t have this problem – I know I would be happier.”

Amanda says she began experiencing symptoms in her teens but she and her mum Victoria had no idea what was wrong with her.

Amanda said: “(JoJo) has never once judged me or made me feel bad about not working or anything like that”
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She was told it was ‘just a sex addiction,’ but throughout the years her symptoms became so severe they triggered a panic attack.

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She was eventually diagnosed with persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) in 2013.

She recalled: “No one ever believed me. I kept saying, ‘I need to have sex, I need to orgasm.’

“Between the ages of 15 and 18 I masturbated way more than a normal teenager would.”

Victoria said she first noticed there was something wrong with her daughter when she became sexually active.

JoJo talks about how the condition affects their relationship
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“She was having sex a lot,” she explained. “I didn’t know what it was – my family thought that she was just a whore.

“Honestly back then I was frustrated because I just thought she was a hypochondriac.

“I doubted her completely. I still feel guilty – the doctors told us it was nothing.

“I believed the doctors over my daughter.”

Now, with the expertise of researchers at Michigan University, Amanda is being offered some hope.

Now, with the expertise of researchers at Michigan University, Amanda is being offered some hope
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Dr Priyanka Gupta, assistant professor of neurology, said: “Because it’s such a rare diagnosis and there’s been such little research we don’t know exactly what causes it. We suspect it’s multifactorial.

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“I don’t have a quick cure for this but we’re going to be trying a few different therapies. I’m very hopeful that we can get her functioning better.”

For the time being she manages to relieve her symptoms using heat pads and ice packs.

She even uses ice ‘inserts’ inside her to help ease swelling and is on 30 differents medications to ease the pain.

Amanda concedes that she would happily go the rest of her life without an orgasm and some days she feels so terrible she doesn’t want anyone even to look at her.

PGAD is most commonly reported in women, many of which are left too embarrassed to go to the doctors to seek help.

When men have the condition, it’s often called priapism, which leaves the sufferer with an erection lasting several hours or more.

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