Hospital Laughs At Wife Who Has 100 Painful Orgasms A Day So She Begs Dr. Travis For Help

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Mona says doctors just laugh at her when she tells them she constantly experiences painful orgasms.

“Doctors say to me: ‘Oh, that must be fun. Oh, your husband must like that. I wish my wife had that,'” Mona revealed on The Doctors.

About three years ago, Mona began to suffer. She has seen 100 doctors and been to 19 hospitals, but she said no one is interested in helping her.

“I was having 75 to 100 painful orgasms per day,” she said.

The cost has been her marriage of 31 years. She and her husband were always affectionate, but now he can’t even touch her without sending her into excruciating pain.

“You get to the point where you can’t even touch your spouse without having pain,” she said. “That makes you feel like you are doing to die… Love should never be this difficult.”

Mona was diagnosed with persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD). She and her husband, James, appeared on The Doctors for help.

Dr. Travis Stork and Dr. Aaron Filler explained that there is a new type of nerve MRI, along with an injection and surgical procedure, that can treat Mona’s condition. Dr. Filler even offered the entire procedure for free.

“This is such a blessing. I don’t even remember the person I was before. I feel like I have amnesia,” Mona said. “I ask my husband to remind me not to forget that I love [him]. My body doesn’t remember — my heart does, but my body has forgotten.”

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