Till our Medical coordinator received a call from " a patient" - I woke up and I experience throbbing, tingling and sensitivity in my genitals.
"The guy who talked said he was always on the verge of orgasm, but he wasn’t turned on,”
Strange - The phone was transferred to our Medical director.
Physical arousal and sexual thoughts go hand in hand. You don’t often pop a boner when you’re awake without having some kind of sexy stimulus.
But there is such a thing called “Restless genital syndrome” (RGS), which describes a feeling of persistent genital arousal that occurs without sexual desire. It’s a totally legitimate disorder, and not just a fake medical excuse for being horny.
If you experience throbbing, tingling, or sensitivity in your genitals—but with zero sexual thoughts, you might have RGS.
“The guy we encountered said he was always on the verge of orgasm, but he wasn’t turned on,” says report, associate professor and residency program director at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine’s Division of Urology.
Beyond that, the symptoms seem to vary. Sometimes motion or stimulation (like riding a bike or a horse) will provoke an episode of RGS. Other times, the condition strikes when you’re simply sitting or lying down. And while episodes can be accompanied by an erection, they don’t have to be.
The one thing all instances have in common: RGS is said to feel intrusive and unwanted rather than pleasurable.
So it is not a welcome disease to have.
And there’s not really much you can do—besides taking matters into your own hands—to stop the feeling. “That’s why these individuals bring themselves to orgasm, because it feels like that is what will relieve the sensation,” says our MD.
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