A car accident has reduced a once chaste mother of two to a quivering wreck, her body wracked by lust at the slightest stimulus, a condition known as Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome.
Her condition soon turned from a blessing into a curse…
She describes how even day-to-day activities leave her filled with lust:
“It’s unbearable. Just my clothes rubbing against me gets me so aroused I can hardly think straight.
It’s very embarrassing and it’s impossible to concentrate.”
The 39-year-old woman, a resident of New Mexico, was involved in a car accident which left her hospitalised with severe injuries, one of which turned out to have profound implication for her sex life.
Some six months later she began to experience uncontrollable lust, a rare condition doctors diagnosed as Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome, caused by an injury to a nerve running near her genitals.
The onset of her newfound libido came as quite a shock to the previously chaste lady:
“I started getting these intense sexual urges. They would come out of nowhere and completely engulf me.
It would last for most of the day. I was really shocked because normally I have practically no sex drive at all.”
The overpowering lust she was afflicted with provided a fillip to her marriage of 20 years, though one which ultimately proved ephemeral:
“Brian was ecstatic. He was like, ‘Wow for once in our marriage, she is the one who wants all the sex’.
I was delighted too. I thought: ‘Finally I’m getting a sex drive and I can give my husband what he wants’.”
Soon it became apparent that her urges were insatiable however:
“We would have sex once and I would feel no release at all.
So we would go again and then it would start really hurting but I would still want sex, even more than before.
If my husband managed to go for a third time it would be agony but I would still feel no release.”
Medical diagnosis eased her burden somewhat:
“I was very relieved to find out my condition was not psychological,” she said. “For a while I thought I was going crazy or that it was somehow my fault.
I think a lot of people go through those thoughts with this condition. Being aroused pretty much 24-hours a day is exhausting.”
Via The Telegraph.