Prevalence and Theoretical Causes of PGAD
NPWH/ISSWSH Women's Sexual Health Course for NPs (16-03)
Catherine Gagnon, CNP
• Understand the Dual Control Model of Sexual Response and how this relates to Persistent Genital
Arousal Disorder (PGAD)
• Describe the two main pathophysiologies that lead to PGAD
PGAD is a rare, unwanted, and intrusive sexual dysfunction associated with excessive and unremitting
genital arousal and engorgement in the absence of sexual interest. This presentation will help participants
to recognize PGAD and assess for concomitant symptoms and causes of PGAD.
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