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What exactly is hypersexuality?

What exactly is hypersexuality?

Increase: Is an increase in desire/drive or a preoccupation with sex. May exhibit as thoughts, sexual comments or sexual behavior. It is an increase from that person's norm. Thus, it is idiosyncratic. Can include someone engaging in sex with multiple people when they typically don't or it can be a heightened need for sex with the same person. ...Read more

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Increased Sexual Drive (Definition)

Increased sexual drive is a clinical finding in which a person, relative to their baseline or what is typical for others, is interested in having or is focused ...Read more


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Annyone have a hypersexual child?

Annyone have a hypersexual child?

Not child: When a child exhibits age-inappropriate sexual behavior, it is often due to either adult misinterpretation or sexual abuse. Professional consultation is recommended to clarify the situation and ensure the safety of the child. ...Read more

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Am I hypersexual if I like it daily?

No: Is an increase in desire/drive or a preoccupation with sex. May exhibit as thoughts, sexual comments or sexual behavior. It is an increase from that person's norm. Thus, it is idiosyncratic. Can include someone engaging in sex with multiple people when they typically don't or it can be a heightened need for sex with the same person. ...Read more

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What should I do about my hypersexuality because it?Seems to?Hurt a lot of people?

What should I do about my hypersexuality because it?Seems to?Hurt a lot of people?

Sexual addiction: There are resources for sexual addiction that are well researched. There are treatment programs across the country.Also there are excellent 12 step groups. ...Read more

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Hypersexuality in a young woman is nymphomania?

Hypersexuality in a young woman is nymphomania?

Not just that: Nymphomania is a mental disorder marked by compulsive sexual behavior. Compulsions are unwanted actions or rituals that a person does repeatedly without getting pleasure from them, or being able to control them. In nymphomania (sometimes also known as don juanism in men), these compulsions are risky & promiscuous sexual behavior. There may be feelings of guilt and shame also. ...Read more

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Is it common to experience hypersexuality in mood disorders?

Is it common to experience hypersexuality in mood disorders?

Mood do: Bipolar disorders in manic or hypomanic phases can present with hypersexuality. ...Read more

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Help please! is asperger's syndrome and hypersexuality often comorbid?

Help please! is asperger's syndrome and hypersexuality often comorbid?

More awkward: A teenaged male aspie has little in the way of social skills, and is likely to approach somebody he find attractive in an awkward way -- even more so than the next male teen. If there's inappropriate acting-out, junior may be grateful to have someone help him understand what he should do instead before there's serious trouble. Drive's probably the same, but special management problems. Good luck. ...Read more

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Considering i never experienced mania/hypom. And that my hypersexual waves come independently of my mood (and are very frequent) can I still have bd?

Considering i never experienced mania/hypom. And that my hypersexual waves come independently of my mood (and are very frequent) can I still have bd?

Yes, you could: Bipolar disorder can appear in many forms, including one that has more "mixed" episodes -- rather than the euphoric, expansive mood most people think of when hearing the word "manic." you could have a form of compulsive sexual behavior that needs treatment also: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/compulsive-sexual-behavior/ds00144 bottom line is that you need medical evaluation, to know. ...Read more

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Huntington's disease, hypersexuality or hyposexuality, how are these related?

Huntington's disease, hypersexuality or hyposexuality, how are these related?

They're not related.: Huntington's dz is usu. not assoc. w/ hyper or hyposexuality unless it affects the areas of the brain in the anterior temporal lobes. Early on, degeneration of nerve cells in the central part of the brain in the striatum or basal ganglia cause motor and emotional symptoms. Breakdown of nerve cells can spread to other areas of the brain later on in the disease. It's best to consult w/ a neurologist ...Read more