Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome: 200 Orgasms a Day???

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Dr. Sandra Leiblum has done some research on PSAS, or Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome. Some women with this condition can have up to 200 orgasms a day.

It seems to me that our generation understands – for the most part – that it tends to be more difficult for many women to achieve orgasms than men. But for some women, it’s actually the complete opposite.

Dr. Sandra Leiblum has done some research on PSAS, or Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome. Some women with this condition can have up to 200 orgasms a day. I did the math and found that’s about the equivalent of an orgasm every three and a half minutes. Can you imagine??

You can read some of this research, as well as possible causes and cases of the syndrome on The Female Patient web site, in this article written by Dr. Leiblum and Dr. Sharan Nathan.

Samantha Seeger

is a recent graduate of Indiana University with an undergrad degree in Gender Studies and a double minor in Psychology and Human Sexuality.
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