WEIRD: Woman Has 50 Orgasms A Day. No Joke.

While orgasms are known to be pleasurable, a 22-year-old woman who experiences them almost 50 times a day says they are starting to ruin her life.

Amanda Gryce, who suffers from a rare condition known as Persistent Sexual Arousal Disorder (PSAD), says she does not only orgasm multiple times a day, she also gets aroused by loud music, car rides and a vibrating mobile phone.

"It is not pleasurable: you could say it has become a torture. This condition controls your life completely and it is like living a nightmare," she said.

"I can have 50 orgasms in one day and five or ten within an hour of each other. It happens when I'm with my friends or out in public and it's very embarrassing," she told Daily Mail.
"It kills me inside. I just have to put on a smile and pretend that nothing's wrong," she added.

Gryce reveals that at some point in her life she contemplated suicide because of the condition.

"At my lowest points, I have thought about suicide but I had to reassure myself that I would never resort to something like that and that it wasn't going to happen to me," she said.

"Orgasms are supposed to be a good feeling but I've had them every day for so long now that I'm living with constant fear and shame," The Mirror quoted her as saying.

According to reports, Gryce has been suffering from PSAD since the age of eight.

"As a child I had no idea what was happening to me, I thought I was just sex-obsessed. I had to masturbate to relieve my condition and I felt guilty every time I did it."

Professor of psychology at Rutgers University who is a renowned sexual medicine, Dr Barry Komisaruk, told the condition has been known to 'torment women'.

"Think of what it would be like to be continuously on the verge of sneezing, say, or with a full bladder and nothing to do about it," Dr Barry Komisaruk said.

In December 2012, a 39-year-old woman reportedly committed suicide after suffering from the rare condition, which according to a Journal of Sexual Medicine research, is characterised by persistent sensations of genital arousal in the absence of sexual stimulation or emotion.

Though it has not been yet been identified what the root cause of the condition might be nor is there a cure for it, Komisaruk believes "if there was more general knowledge about it, I think more women would discuss it with their doctor".


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