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What are the symptoms of persistent sexual arousal syndrome?

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Dr. Mark Reynolds
Psychiatry 33 years experience
PSAS: Involuntary genital and clitoral arousal unrelated to subjective feelings of sexual desire which persists despite one or more orgasms and which usually feels intrusive and unwanted.

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Could a virgin suffer from persistent sexual arousal syndrome?

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Here are some...: It's possible although its cause is most of times not readily evident.
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Can vibrators cause persistent sexual arousal syndrome?

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