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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Some People With Seriously Strange Body Organs








*-- Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome (PGAS) is a rare disorder that makes sufferer sexually aroused (sometimes to the point of orgasm), without any feeling of sexual desire. Unsexual situations-like driving a car, attending a businees meeting or going to movies- can make a person with PGAS highly uncomfortable. as they try to hide the feeling of arousal they can not help but experience. While there are many people with the condition, Zara Richardson may have the worst case of PGAS ever documented ( or at leat, she has got the most public case of the disorder). Richardson has been known to orgasm 500 times a day. While some people think that sounds enjoyable, but Zara is not one of them. Zara says her constant orgasms make her feel exhausted. and she has an indredibly hard time dating as she has difficult time feeling sexually satisfied, and few men feel up to the challenge. "People think I must be in ecstasy every day, but constantly having orgasms are ruining my life." she said. *-- Viagra commercials warn you to see doctor if if you have erection lasting longer than four hours. Imagine having an erection that lasted a full year. That is what happened to Charles Lennon after penile implant surgery to treat his impotence went wrong. The constanr state of arousal made him so embarrassed that he became a recluse. He could no longer ride a bike, wear a bathing suit or hug his loved ones both due to pain and embarrassment. Even more worse Charles can not get the implant removed due to other health problems.
*-- Hazel Jones experienced extremely painful menstrual cramps and heavy bleeding when she was a teen. When she started having sex,she found it painful as well. Finally, Hazel went to see a doctor, after a boyfriend told her that her vagina was different from others. The doctor revealed that Hazel had two sets of sex organs-- two vaginas, two uteruses and four ovaries. The condition is called " uterus didelphys" and is exceedingly rare but not entirely unheard of. Hazel says she is now comfortable with her body and sex no longer hurts. Though doctor told her they could one set of organs bur she declines.

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