Is it normal for a woman to feel sexually aroused at any time of day for no reason what so ever?
What do you do when this occurs your workplace or when you are preparing a meal for your family. What do you do? You have tried cold water on your face and neck yet the sensation will not leave. Should you give yourself quick relief in the bathroom? Many women suffer from having these unpredictable moments of arousal. This is not as uncommon as you may think and should not be a cause for embarrassment.
I think it would be very healthy for you to be happy with you and your sex drive. Men, of course, have this problem very often.. . .except we never think of it as a problem. Would you like my phone number?
Recommendation: Take care of things whenever you need to. Know reason to be hot and bothered. It can even be fun to find new ways to hide it while you're doing it.
@Wesman Todd Shaw, you say that men do not find this to be a problem but I disagree. I really dont think that a man would want his arousal to become apparrent thru his clothing in public. Unless, he is in a place that voyeurism is accepted, then that is different.
@omcj1234, Touche! It can be like a game of "When and Where", when will it happen again and where can I go to remedy the situation?
it's part of control. it's awesome that women get that arroused but just like men , everyone needs to learn there is a time and a place for everything. you can let it build up and when you get the chance to relieve the build-up it will make the relief even more gratifying.
you did't mention a husband or boyfriend? If there's no hubby or boy friend and you are not sexually active. Could mean its time to see a doctor,for chemical imbalence, once that is ruled out, I could better advise you.
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Im not sure, but ....hello, My name is David and you sound like my type.
And yes ...it can be a problem for men...yes ...even in places where voyeurism is accepted...nothing is more inappropriate than sporting wood at the nude beach.....just not cool.
I say go with it...but be discreet and at the appropriate time.
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