Persistent genital arousal is excessive genital arousal, which was neither desirable nor was induced.

The cause is unknown. Anxiety and hypervigilance against the recurrence of pain episodes can maintain the syndrome. Currently, it is believed that the symptoms are due to the increase in tone of the pelvic floor muscles.

Persistent genital arousal is excessive genital arousal, which was neither desirable nor was induced. The cause is unknown. Anxiety and hypervigilance against the recurrence of pain episodes can maintain the syndrome. Currently, it is believed that the symptoms are due to the increase in tone of the pelvic floor muscles. Without a sexual desire or subjective arousal is present, it comes (tingling z. B., throbbing) to an undesirable, interfering spontaneous genital arousal. The sensations hold on for hours or days, and usually lead to great mental stress. Older women, especially, can be very embarrassing by the symptoms. Treatment The type of treatment is unclear. Self-stimulation until orgasm can first relief; However, this type of treatment in the long run is usually less effective, and most women experience this treatment as stressful. Pelvic floor physiotherapy with biofeedback can be useful, especially when combined with mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (treatment). There are reports that a high-dose SSRI administration is effective, but the data are still sparse. But the acceptance of this disturbance with the assurance that they can disappear spontaneously, helps some patients.

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