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Female Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome

Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome (PGAS) is a spontaneous and persistent genital arousal with or without orgasm or genital engorgement.  It is not related to nymphomania or satyriasis and  many people with PGAS fail to report the problem due to shame or embarrassment. 
 
Physical arousal caused by this syndrome can be very intense and persist for extended periods, days or weeks at a time.  Orgasm can sometimes provide temporary relief, but within hours, the symptoms return. The symptoms can be debilitating, preventing concentration on mundane tasks.  Riding in a car or train, feeling the vibration from mobile phones, and even going to the toilet can aggravate the syndrome.
 

Symptoms

Typical symptoms of Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome include:

  • Spontaneous orgasms
  • Inflammation of the clitoris, vulva, G-spot, uterus, cervix, urethra, and bladder
  • Pains in the clitoris, pelvic area, bladder, urethra, joints, and stomach
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness & vertigo
  • Frequent urination urgency
  • Vaginal fluid leakage
  • Fatigue & exhaustion
  • Other body pains and cramps

Causes

For many women, hormone alterations due to pregnancy or drugs are the main causes for persistent genital arousal. A pregnant woman's clitoris, vulva, uterus, cervix and pelvic cavity are swollen and enlarged without pains by Prostaglandin E2, oxytocin, nitric oxide, and estrogen.  If the liver won't release sufficient SHGB protein, pregnancy will boost sexual desire and orgasm responses, possibly leading to PGAS or even miscarriage.
 
PGAS can arise from a cyst, fibroid, tumor or cancer outgrowth or any inflammation in the urethra, clitoris, vagina, cervix and uterus. Pregnancy can also lead to PGAS for some women.  A pregnant woman's clitoris, vulva, uterus, cervix and pelvic cavity are swollen and enlarged without pains by Prostaglandin E1, E2 and E3, oxytocin, nitric oxide, and estrogen. 
 
Consumption of dairy products can also lead to persistent genital arousal for some women.  Many dairy producers are using analog prostaglandin E2 to induce cows into heat in order to produce milk. Avoid eating meat containing pink slime, a beef additive often found in fast-food restaurants. Consuming non-organic dairy products leads to an intake in residual prostaglandin E2 analog, which can cause persistent genital arousal.
 
Take herbs from Hormonal Realignment formula, to balance your hormonal production and to reduce your inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E2 production.  Synergetic blend of herbs in this formula can help your endocrine system to regulate your androgen hormones to an optimal level.

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