Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012 08:45 PM
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Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:30 PM
I agree. Talk to your gynecologist about it. Whatever you say to the doctor is confidental and won't leave the room.
We could speculate about a number of things, but I for one would hate to give you advice and steer you wrong.
In order for anyone to give you a better answer would require a more extensive history about you, and honestly that is best left to your doctor .
Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:35 PM
Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:39 PM
Good point Missannethroap1. But either way a medical professional is the best resource she needs to consider. They can best narrow down the problem to the best resolution for her.
Posted Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:28 AM
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Posted Thu Aug 23, 2012 06:11 PM
I wouldn't say stressed, it's more a mild excitement.
The orgasms aren't huge and aren't intrusive, they just happen and I carry on doing what I am doing.
It's a nice feeling, enjoy it.
They have never caused any stress or inconvenience so I have never seen it as a problem, just a bodily reaction to particular situations.
Posted Thu Aug 23, 2012 07:37 PM
if its preventin ya from functionin, embarassin ya or makin things awkward, i would check with a doc...def a gyno question as well as maybe talk to someone bout ya anxiety if its at a high level.
Posted Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:00 PM
Maybe a radical alternative but I figure it is just like guys and unwanted erections in public if you get it over with in the morning (shower maybe) then you might not have as much pent up sexual energy later. Just a thought
Posted Mon Oct 22, 2012 02:38 AM
However, you mention that they are set off by anxiety, and what that means is that if you can control your anxiety, you might be able to control your sexual reaction to it.
I don't have this problem, nor I've met anyone who's had, but when I was about your age, I would get extremely aroused during periods of excessive stress. In retrospective, I went through a very promiscuous period in my early 20s, and I figured it was due to the relative stressful period. Mind you, this stress was not due mostly to fear, danger and uncertainty, not the typical overwork stress that many of us experience these days.
There are a number of reasons why dangerous situations make you feel like having sex, and they mostly have to see with evolution. As some people mentioned above, a psychologist might be in a better position to help you control your anxieties, and hopefully, your sexual reactions to it. Other than that, a doctor might prescribe psychotropic medication to help you deal with whatever triggers your sexual responses, and to reduce genital arousal.
Personally, I used to have spontaneous orgasms that were usually triggered by some visual stimuli that wasn't even sexual. That happened when I was very very young. Somehow, all that stopped once I started masturbating. You don't say if you're sexually active, but if you are not, maybe you might want to try to direct your sexual responses to to a more appropriate stimuli like a boyfriend... Boy, you're going to have an interesting life.
Posted Mon Oct 22, 2012 05:33 PM
I think more than likely Hotlava has it sussed here, unless as Olive mentions you can control it.
This is, contrary to some people's reaction, not a pleasant thing - being in a constant state of arousal where masturbation only provides temporary relief. But of course without the OP clarifying a few things i.e. responding further we can't really know.
I'd reiterate what others have suggested. See your doc for a referral to a specialist in PSAS or PSAD.