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I'm still a little confused about having "butt injections" You stated you've lost some volume and want to get more and I know I've read a few other similiar stories of women that had butt njections but state they've lost some volume.
So, I'm wondering does losing volume depend on the "type" of filler that is used for the injections????
Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), originally called Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS) and also known as Restless Genital Syndrome (Re GS or RGS), 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. Sandra Leiblum in 2001, only recently characterized as a distinct syndrome in medical literature with a comparable counterpart increasingly reported by men. Some physicians use the term Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome to refer to the condition in women; others consider the syndrome of priapism in men to be the same disorder.
Priapism is a recognized diagnosable medical condition by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV, whereas PGAD is not. In particular, it is not related to hypersexuality, sometimes known as nymphomania or satyriasis.
Failure or refusal to relieve the symptoms often results in waves of spontaneous orgasms in women and ejaculation in men.
The symptoms can be debilitating, preventing concentration on mundane tasks.
Orgasm can sometimes provide temporary relief, but within hours the symptoms return.
The return of symptoms, with the exception of known triggers, is sudden and unpredictable.
Hypersexuality, nymphomania, and satyriasis are also not recognized diagnosable medical conditions by the DSM-IV.