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I’ve had coregasms (Excersize Induced Orgasms/sexual pleasure) since I was 9 years old. It first happened in gym at school whilst doing leg lifts. My gym teacher gave me a funny look and said “What on earth are you doing?” Truth is, I wasn’t sure. It was so embarrassing and activating that I had no idea what my body was doing. I was -not- thinking about anything sexual or engaging in any kind of sexual activity (I was 9!) I’ve had them ever since, mostly while doing leg lifts and other abdominal excersises.
Well, I’m seventeen now and have a sex drive that’s through the roof; at least most of the time. I’m very easily aroused and can become aroused at any point, independent of sexual thought or fantasy.
When this happens, I get rather sexually frustrated and become a bit restless. Taking a nap often allows it to subside, but sometimes it feels impossible to get rid of and it’s often an all-day ordeal.
My fiancé and I are long-distance, so we don’t see each other as much as we would like. But when we are together, I get wet and aroused at the smallest things; when he looks into my eyes for a long time, or caresses my hand (or just holds it), or talks to me quietly.
I’m not thinking sexual thoughts about him when this happens. It just happens and it’s a bit embarasssing even if I’m the only one who knows it’s happening.
My sex drive is probably highest the week before my period and during.
I have scoliosis and PCOS.
I’m a virgin and will be until my wedding day next year.
I have very painful menstural cramps and sharp, sudden cramps in my vagina, rectum and lower abdomen sometimes (at any time of the month) and can’t sit down when they’re happening.
I also have IBS. I’m thin and toned and I do pilates and yoga almost every day. I’m a total health nut and eat really well.
With all of this in mind, is it normal for my sex drive to be so high? And for my body to be so aroused and sensitive even apart from sexual thought or activity of any kind?
I would so appreciate any info on this so I can better understand my body and what’s going on with it.
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