Scots mum says Shania Twain gig ‘gave her orgasm’ as
she suffers from rare Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder
A SCOTS mum has told how she "gets an orgasm driving over potholes" and even climaxed at a Shania Twain concert due to a rare condition that's "wrecked her life".
The Scottish Sun
By Jonathan Whitelaw
July 23, 2019
It's reported that woman, from East Dumbartonshire, suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder.
And she's been battling the condition for almost two years.
The Evening Times reports that the mum of three claims she has the condition as a result of a botched smear test.
She said: "There are times where it’s a tickle all day, but then there are times when something sets it off and it’s a full-blown orgasm.
“Driving over potholes, aircraft turbulence, escalators, the vibration from violins.
"I don’t know how many women could say they went to a Shania Twain concert and she made them orgasm.”
The mum claimed that her ordeal started not long after a routine gynaecological examination in Glasgow in September 2017.
She claimed that the doctor "wasn't focussed" and "rammed this speculum into me."
And afterwards her genitals became painfully swollen.
She's then started experiencing the symptoms for the first that October.
Eventually she was diagnosed with PGAD, caused by damage to her pudendal nerve.
A spokeswoman for NHS GGC said: “We have explored and exhausted all treatments available locally for this patient and have been unable to relieve their symptoms.
“Therefore, we have offered to refer them to a specialist consultant in London.”
A spokesperson for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: "We have explored and exhausted all treatments available locally for this patient and have been unable to relieve their symptoms.
"Therefore, we have offered to refer them to a specialist consultant in London".