Nymphomania is described as an uncontrollable sexual desire, it’s not a scientific diagnosis. The closest condition to this that we see in practice is persistent genital arousal disorder. This condition is characterised by persistent genital arousal in the absence of a conscious feeling of sexual desire. Women can have a physiological response that persists for hours or days, a genital arousal that doesn’t resolve completely after one or more orgasms, and a persistent genital arousal triggered not only by sexual activity but by non-sexual stimuli. Read more in this article in Move magazine: