Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS) / Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD)
FAQ’s - Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome
You should consult a Gynecologist or a Urologist or a Psychiatrist. However as the condition is rare they may not have seen a case like yours. Don’t get disheartened and carry with yourself some literature evidence.
2. Am I likely to be labeled a ‘Nymphomaniac’ if I have this condition?
This is unlikely as a nymphomaniac has the urge to sleep with many partners and has many psychological problems.
3. How do I look for support group for this condition in my country?
We advise you to contact the International support groups and get the information from them. Otherwise speak to the doctor who treats such conditions in your country. If there are no groups you can make one. All you require is 3 to 4 members to start. If you do form such a group write to medindia and it will help you get more members from your area.
4. What are the advantages of Joining or forming a support group?
This would help you to share your experiences and come to terms with the condition. As a member you can also get involved in finding out the latest research and treatment methods and disperse it widely to other sufferers of the condition.
5. If I think I have this condition who is the best person I should confide in?
You should confide in someone close to you – like your husband, boyfriend, your mother or your doctor. They may at first not understand it. However, explaining to them and showing them literature evidence will help you to convince them.
6. Should I feel ashamed?
No. There is no reason to be ashamed as it is no fault of yours. This condition is now well recognized in medical literature.