introduction
Restless Genital Syndrome
Causes of RGS
Aggravation of RGS
What are Restless Legs?
What is an Overactive Bladder?
Treatment of RGS
About Dr. Waldinger
Articles by Dr. Waldinger
Restless Genital Syndrome

Articles on ReGS/PSAS/ PGAD by Prof. Marcel D. Waldinger

In 2009, Prof. Dr. Waldinger and his colleagues have published five important articles on Restless Genital Syndrome.
Prof. Waldinger has been the first to identify  the real cause of ReGS. It is a small fiber sensory neuropathy (SFSN) of the dorsal nerve of the clitoris (DNC), a small nerve in the vicinity of the clitoris and vagina.

Articles 

1. Waldinger MD, van Gils AP, Ottervanger HP, Vandenbroucke WVA, Tavy DLJ. Persistent genital arousal disorder in 18 Dutch women:
Part 1. MRI, EEG and transvaginal ultrasonography investigations. J Sex Medicine 2009; 6: 474-81
2. Waldinger MD, Schweitzer DH. Persistent genital arousal disorder in 18 Dutch women: Part II. A syndrome clustered with restless legs and overactive bladder.  J Sex Medicine 2009; 6: 482-97
3. Waldinger MD, Venema PL, van Gils APG, Schweitzer DH. New insights into Restless Genital Syndrome: static mechanical hyperesthesia and neuropathy of the Nervus Dorsalis Clitoridis. J Sex Medicine 2009; 6: 2778-87
4. Waldinger MD, de Lint GJ, Venema PL, van Gils APG, Schweitzer DH. Successful Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in two women with Restless Genital Syndrome: The role of A?- and C-nerve fibers. J Sex Medicine 2009; 6: e-pub
5.Waldinger MD, Venema PL, van Gils APG, Schutter EMJ, Schweitzer DH. Restless Genital Syndrome before and after clitoridectomy for spontaneous orgasms: A case report. J Sex Med 2009; 6: e-pub