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PERSISTANT GENITAL AROUSAL DISORDER IN ELDERLY WOMEN: A CASE STUDY
Journal of IMAB
Persistent genital arousal (PGAD) is an unusual, rarely diagnosed but a real problem for some women which causes considerable physical and psychological distress. It is characterized by physiological signs of sexual arousal that persist despite the absence of sexual desire. A number of theories have been proposed and various psychological and medical treatments have been used to treat this condition with varying success. The problem is even more serious with elderly women. In our clinicaldoi:10.5272/jimab.2012183.284 fatcat:n54pqe5ernhwvokt2eo5ngyrsi