At sexual medicine clinics, male eroticism cases are very common, but very few women come for treatment because frequent and intense sexual demands are not met.
In fact, the reality is that many women suspect their partners of affairs due to a lack of sexual gratification, or spend their everyday life in a trance, completely unable to be productive. When this sexual arousal occurs too frequently, too fast and too drastically, it may be caused by a disease.
Menopausal women have decreased ovarian estrogen secretion, but secretion of gonadotropin feedback is over active, so there is a strange rebound phenomenon that shows as eroticism. In addition, menopausal women are prone to manic symptoms, and may sometimes have suspicions about their partner for no reason. This mental disorder can cause reduced capacity to manage sexual excitement. No matter men or women, more than 60% of people have a tendency to eroticism.
2. Brain lesions
Brain lesions, especially on the hypothalamus portion of the brain or central parts, such as pituitary and gonadal lesions, can lead to excessive gonadotropin-releasing hormones, and induce gonadotropin increases. Pituitary lesions, when the anterior lobe promotes hormone secretion in excess, can cause increased secretions of sex hormones that exhibit as eroticism.
3. Polycystic ovary syndrome
Patients with this disease have strong sexual desire, and sexual arousal is obvious. Clinical manifestations of the disease include irregular menstruation, obesity, hirsutism, acne or seborrheic dermatitis, and so on. Examinations can find that such patients do not ovulate, thus causing infertility; the patient may have multiple ovarian follicles. Infertility is not the greatest harm of polycystic ovary syndrome. In addition, it can also increase the risk of endometrial hyperplasia, cancer, diabetes, abnormal lipid metabolism and cardiovascular diseases, and other metabolic disorders.
4. Thyroid disease
Hypersexuality may occur early in diseases such as hyperthyroidism. With clinically high metabolic syndrome of the cardiovascular system and other nervous excitement or hyperactivity, generally 10% to 20 % of patients exhibit eroticism, especially patients with mild hyperthyroidism.
This disease can cause loss of libido, but may also cause reduced capacity to control sexual excitement in patients suffering from paranoia, especially in the early stages.