Sex

Woman who has hundreds of orgasms a day speaks out, says it's ruining her life

The one day that I decided to count how many orgasms I had, in one sitting, I counted 180 in two hours.

By: Diana Bruk

Cara Anaya is a 30-year-old wife and mother from Arizona who suffers from a very peculiar problem. Three years ago, she was diagnosed with persistent genital arousal disorder, which means that she is suddenly and uncontrollably overcome with spasms of sexual desire for up to six hours a day.

"I'm tired, I'm exhausted, but I know that in the next seconds, minutes, hours, another one's going to hit," she told Barcroft Media. "The one day that I decided to count how many orgasms I had, in one sitting, I counted 180 in two hours." Which adds up to more than one orgasm every minute.

Cara's condition has put a strain on her marriage.

"When my wife was first diagnosed with PGAD, I thought she was crazy," her husband, Tony Carlisi, told Barcroft Media, "I would have to say that the most difficult thing is seeing my wife in pain and there's nothing I can do to help her."

Her disorder has forced her to be reclusive, as she's too scared and embarrassed to even go to a café with her husband or sit on a bench in a park for fear of bursting into spontaneous orgasm. She has visited several doctors and vulva specialists but, as of now, there seems to be no cure for her condition.

But the effects of the disorder have also impacted her relationship with her 10-year-old son.

"When you are around children you feel like a pervert because you have all these really strong feelings rushing through your body at the same time. Even doing the school run is a worry because the arousal will build and build and I just have to stay in the car until it is over or try and mask it," she said. "It has devastated my involvement in my son's life because I feel too dirty to be a part of it. We want him to be a normal kid but at the same time he can't have friends around because mom has this condition."

She describes the toll it takes on her day-to-day-life as such: "On a good day life goes on, a bad day it's disabling but I still have to pick up Merrick from school, be a wife to Tony and make the dinner. On a bad day it's like the Cookie Monster on cookies."

  • Author: Diana Bruk