She Masturbated for 15 Years, Numbed Her Vaginal Tissue And Felt Painful Orgasms

She's been masturbating multiple times a day for years and she can't get relief. She's exhausted, even with what should be plenty of sleep. What's going on? Can she fix it? Read on, get the facts and find out!

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I have been masturbating since the age of 15. I would masturbate at least once a day and some days up to 8. I find myself always in the mood for sex. Now, I feel exhausted most days—even after adequate sleep. What’s wrong with me?


It doesn't really seem fair, does it? Your body keeps sending you signals that you're horny, but nothing you do seems to help you reach your climax. You try, becoming less and less able to deal with ordinary responsibilities. You're left drained, exhausted and still horny. Thanks to medical research on the subject, you may find relief.
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You may be experiencing something called Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome (PGAS). Several causes might exist for the condition, but they mostly occur from tissue inflammation in your pelvic area, including your genitals and your bladder. Your healthcare provider will check for growths caused by cysts, fibroids and caner to rule out these causes.
PGAS might result from too much prostaglandin E2, a hormone generated from sexual arousal. The hormone keeps your blood vessels in your genitals dilated to allow other hormones and nutrients a pathway to travel toward other areas of the body. Too much prostaglandin E2 in your system causes tissue to swell up, a disaster when most of the blood vessels get crumpled in a smaller diameter such as the vagina.

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Cascading Effects
The physical aftereffects of orgasms stem from a deliberate upset in your body's normal hormonal balance. Your body can handle a pace of about one orgasm every other day, but more than three times every day for years at a time will inflame the body. The tissue inflammation from excess prostaglandin E2 can cause headaches and general body pain. The inflammation can also reduce sensitivity in your genitals, a loss in sensation that explains why masturbation becomes unsatisfying.
Your exhaustion may be the result of adrenal overload, an issue that prevents the production of adrenalin to maintain energy levels. Meanwhile, the body produces a stress-hormone called cortisol that prevents the body from resting and healing.
Improving Your Diet and Finding a Solution
You'll need to stop masturbating for a bit, maybe three or more weeks.
While you wait, try improving your diet. Tissue regeneration needs nutrients, especially zinc and B-vitamins. Oysters, crab and lobster meat provide plenty of both vitamins, while lean red meat, toasted whole grains and pumpkin seeds serve as excellent sources for zinc. Meanwhile, leafy green vegetables, dairy and eggs will cover your B-vitamin sources. Women may even want to take VR - D Formula III Vaginal Regeneration & Detoxification Formula with their enhanced diets for improved recovery.

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