Doctors shed light on genital arousal disorder

They want new terminology to reflect the neurological pathway and to prevent women from suffering untreated

Women are being condemned to asexual marriages, chastity and masturbation several times a day in a desperate bid to find relief from the mysterious persistent genital arousal disorder, US researchers have found.

Arousal disorder

Until now, research on the condition, which mostly occurs in women and leads to unprovoked sexual arousal or orgasm, has been virtually non-existent.

But after reviewing the medical histories of 10 affected women (average age 53), researchers from Harvard Medical School are shedding new light on persistent genital arousal