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pain in their pelvic area, buttocks or legs. Though PGAD leads to a feeling of being physically aroused, patients do not actually feel any sexual desire, a Michigan woman who has the disorder explained. “I wish the name was different. You say arousal and it sounds like it’s a fun thing to have,” Amanda McLaughlin, 23, told Barcroft Media. “I get people saying ‘oh I wish my wife had that’ and thinking it’s a joke. But would they want to have a raging boner 24/7? I don’t think so.” For the longest time, women were told it was just in their heads, the study said, and not an actual physical issue causing the titillating sensation. “It’s important that people know of this medical condition and that it is primarily a
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