Even basic household chores such as washing or cleaning could set off her orgasms.
In a desperate desire to live a normal life, Heather has tried various costly treatments: intimate botox jabs, anti-depressants, even electric-shock therapy.
As all of the methods failed the woman tired of the constant orgasms and need to masturbate felt compelled to end her own life.
Heather said: “Having orgasms all day might sound like fun but for me, it’s a living hell.
I sat down and wrote suicide notes to my family, explaining I was sick of feeling this way and felt the only way out was to leave them behind,” she said.
Poor woman, who lives with husband and son cannot even share a bed with her partner and has to sleep alone.
Now the only thing she asked for is a normal life. They haven’t shared a bed for all the time of the illness and sex is out of the question.
According to Heather, earlier the couple had a brilliant sex life but now if they sleep together it sets the woman off having to have orgasm after orgasm for days.
PGAD, results in a spontaneous, persistent, and uncontrollable genital arousal in women, with or without orgasm or genital engorgement, unrelated to any feelings of sexual desire.
It was first documented in 2001, only recently characterized as a distinct syndrome in medical literature with a comparable counterpart increasingly reported by men