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The woman has uncontrollable orgasms triggered by the abysses and escalators


Maria, 61 years old, can suffer from her condition at any time (Picture: SWNS)

A woman whose orgasms trigger things that are smaller, such as the abysses and turbulence of an aircraft, says her condition has ruined life.

Mom, identified only as Maria, 61, suffers from PGAD (Percent Genital Arousal Disorder), which affects about one percent of women.

She found that she can not avoid the climax when she is outside and outside, even if she does not feel sexual desire.

"Most of the time I feel like sitting on a nest of ants," said Maria from Glasgow.

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She said she was destroying her life (Picture: Herald in Times / SWNS)

Ety Ninety percent of my life was destroyed, and the other ten percent is not so much.

Volunte I had to give up volunteering because you can move it.

"One of my friends told me that I would become a loner."

The widow, from eastern Dunbartonshire, tested numbing gels, pelvic floor physiotherapy and steroid injections directly into her clitoris, which proved to be ineffective.

She is struggling with Botox if she leaves the incontinence after a routine gynecological examination at the Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow in September 2017, where the counselor "stabbed" her speculum into her.

The next month, she first began to experience worrying symptoms, which would eventually be diagnosed as PGAD, due to the damage to her pudendal nerve.

Driving on a hole can cause an orgasm (Image: Getty)

Maria, who has grown up children, said: "To think that this damage was caused by the inability of the consultant and that you have incontinence because of the things you do to eliminate the damage, it's just ridiculous.
"It's shocking."

She lobbied to be sent abroad for treatment, but despite the efforts of her deputy Jo Swinson, the request was rejected by the health council of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Instead, she sent her trust to London for treatment because Scotland does not have a specialist for PGAD – officially recognized as a disorder in 2013 and affecting one percent of women.

A spokesman for the NHS GGC said: "We investigated and exhausted all the treatments available to the local patient and were not able to alleviate their symptoms.

"So we offered to refer them to a specialist consultant in London."

Ms. Swinson said: "It is disappointing that the health committee needed so long to confirm that they themselves can not offer effective treatment.

"But I'm glad that things are moving in a positive direction and I hope this will help define a successful treatment plan for Mary."

Mom with three Marys said that women who suffer from this condition should know they are not weird.

She added: should people should not go through it and be mocked.

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"This exhausts your trust, because, if I am honest, there are days that I want you to not be here."

The Health Committee argued that the damage to her pudendal nerve was certainly the result of a swab test.

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