Imagine having multiple orgasms all day, everyday.
It may sound like a good thing, but it’s really not as fun as you would think it would be. Barcroft TV shared a video profile of a 30-year-old woman named Cara Anaya, who suffers from persistent genital arousal disorder. People with PGAD can experience up to six hours of orgasms a day or 180 orgasms in two hours.
180 orgasms! In two hours! Let’s take a moment to let that sink in.
Unfortunately, these orgasms don’t lead to pleasure. Women with PGAD describe it as being on the brink of orgasming without finding release, so it can be really frustrating. "You're never satisfied. I'm tired, I'm exhausted, but I know that in the next couple of seconds, minutes, or hours, another one is going to hit," explained Cara in the video.
These orgasms also aren’t caused by their desire for sex, but rather their genitals are aroused in the absence of stimulation. As of today, there is still no cure for this disorder.
Learn more about PGAD and Cara's story by watching the video below:
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