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Mum who suffers from uncontrollable orgasms denied medicinal cannabis treatment she says would change her life

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Mum who suffers from uncontrollable orgasms denied medicinal cannabis treatment she says would change her life

 

A MUM who suffers from uncontrollable orgasms has been denied medicinal cannabis treatment she says would change her life.

Maria, 61, climaxes when driving over bumps on the road, taking the escalator - even having an orgasm at a Shania Twain concert.

 

But now the mum, who says the condition was triggered during an NHS check up, has been left devastated after being told the health board won't fund the medicinal cannabis to help her.

This means she will have to fork out £1,000 a month for the treatment herself.

The widow, from East Dunbartonshire, told the The Herald: “Why should I be paying the bill when I didn’t cause the problem? This was inflicted on me by the NHS, so the NHS should be paying for it.

"It’s been recommended by the very specialist they sent me to – that I had to fight to be sent to – and now they’re ignoring his advice.

"The condition has calmed down a lot. My own GP says she’s never seen me looking better in the past two years than I do now. They’re the only thing that’s worked. For me, it’s amazing not to have feeling down there."

 

Maria believes the condition was sparked during a routine check at Glasgow's Stobhill Hospital in September 2017, claiming a consultant "rammed" a speculum into her.

In the weeks after the examination, Maria said she started to notice distressing symptoms, which were eventually diagnosed as PGAD, caused by damage to her pudendal nerve.

And she said she was furious after it was a NHS consultant who recommended the treatment, with the board now not paying.

 

Other treatments, including numbing gels, pelvic floor physiotherapy and steroid injections directly into her clitoris, have proved ineffective.

 

Previously, the mum opened up about the condition - saying she first began to notice distressing symptoms in the wake of her smear test.

Maria said: "I just didn't know what was happening.

"You've got this great arousal but it's not going anywhere or triggered by anything.

"Most of the time I feel like I am sitting on an ant's nest.

"There's times where it's a tickle all day, but then something sets it off and it's a full-blown orgasm.

"Driving over potholes, aircraft turbulence, escalators, the vibration from violins - I don't know how many women could say they went to a Shania Twain concert and she made them orgasm.

"Ninety per cent of my life has been wrecked and the other ten per cent is not so great either.

"I had to give up volunteering because just moving can set it off.

"One of my friends said to me I'd become a recluse."

 

A PAINFUL CONDITION WITH NO SEXUAL SATISFACTION

 

PERSISTENT genital arousal disorder (PGAD) is spontaneous, persistent and unwanted genital arousal without any sexual desire or satisfaction.

Multiple orgasms over hours, days or weeks can be agonising for sufferers, offering no relief.

Scientists do not know what causes the condition, but suspect neurological, vascular, pharmacological or psychological causes may play a role.

Symptoms can persist for long periods of time, and include:

pressure

pain

clitoral throbbing

tingling

vaginal congestion

vaginal contractions

spontaneous orgasms

The signs and symptoms can affect the vagina, labia, perineum and anus.

The condition can impact on a sufferer's work and home life, leaving many feeling embarrassed, and avoiding sexual relationships.

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10768264/mum-uncontrollable-orgasms-denied-medicinal-cannabis-treatment/

 

Bongme

 

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well there’s something you don’t much read about..

 

er..

 

hmm..

 

..maybe no sativas for her then :stoned:

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i suffer the same affliction but lucky for the general public i ignore the law 

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4 hours ago, bongme said:

Maria, 61, climaxes when driving over bumps on the road, taking the escalator - even having an orgasm at a Shania Twain concert.


I used to get this when sitting over the real wheel of a bus on the way to work, more often then not I'd go another 12 stops before getting off and eventually got fired for never being on time

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I slid ten foot down a wall once.. bumps in the road did everything but give me an orgasm. :( 

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Bongme. Good to see. You back. 

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 Hi Spacejockey

 

Thank you am only back for short while have to go and travel soon to work aaaahhhhhhh lol

 

Bongme :yinyang:

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Most 61yr olds I know can only dream of having an orgasm.

 

Multiple spontaneous orgasms a day and the bird is complaining???

 

Count your fucking blessings luv lol

 

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