Nymphomania, a general term for any female sexual desire thought excessive or troublesome, was defined as a mental illness in 19th-century asylums, and one “cure” was to attach leeches to sufferers’ vaginas. Historians now consider nymphomania part of a Victorian obsession with controlling women’s self-expression. But “exaggerated sexual craving in women” continued to trouble doctors until the end of the 20th century.
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