For Cara Anaya, a task as simple as taking her kid to school can leave her feeling deeply uncomfortable.
The 30-year-old Arizona mother lives with Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), a condition that can leave her feeling sexually aroused for up to six hours a day.
"The one day that I decided to count how many orgasms I had in one sitting, I counted 180 in two hours," she told Barcroft TV.
"Pretty much, with that type of number, you're having two or three in a minute."
The condition has created difficulties in her relationship with husband Tony Carlisi, who initially thought she was crazy when he first learned about it.
"I would say the most difficult thing is seeing my wife in pain and knowing there's nothing I can do to help her," he said.
Anaya has seen a number of health specialists but has not been able to find treatment.
And she's not the first person to suffer from a similar condition.
In September, Wisconsin resident Dale Decker told his own story of living with Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PGAS), which causes him to have as many as 100 orgasms a day.
"There's nothing pleasurable about it because even though it might feel physically good — you're completely disgusted by what's going on," he told Barcroft TV.
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