Elk Grove Chiropractor Dr. Doug Ferguson DC 95758, Rhino Chiropractic

Mysteries Of The Female Orgasm

Since the beginning of time, the female orgasm has remained somewhat of a mystery. Unlike in men, women do not always reach the point of orgasm during intercourse. This does not mean that there is anything wrong with the woman, or her lover, just that sometimes it simply does not happen. This is completely normal and nothing to be concerned about. Occasionally, the inability to achieve orgasm could be an effect of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder for some women.

Some ladies can experience the female orgasm as the contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor. Other women may simply experience the female orgasm as a feeling of extreme relaxation or contentment after a period of intense arousal. About one third of women regularly experience orgasm during intercourse, while another third do not reach orgasm through intercourse but may by means of other sexual stimulation. The remaining 30% can achieve climax through intercourse combined with some type of extra manual stimulation. All women are different and all of these scenarios are considered to be normal.

Very few women, an approximate 10% , may not be able to experience the female orgasm. The term for this is anorgasmia. There are various categories of anorgasmia, ranging from primary anorgasmia, where a woman has never reached orgasm from any type of stimulation, to situational anorgasmia, which means they are unable to climax under certain conditions only. Other types include secondary anorgasmia, where the woman has been able to climax previously.

The lack of the female orgasm can be quite perplexing. It does not mean that the woman was not satisfied or content with lovemaking. It doesn’t mean that her partner is not a good lover. The female orgasm is a bit more temperamental than the male version. If something is really stressing a woman or causing anxiety, this may interfere with her ability to relax and enjoy the experience enough to reach orgasm. If the relationship has problems, this often can impede the ability to experience a female orgasm.

There are always things that can be done to improve the chances of achieving climax. First of all, relax and don’t put pressure on yourself to have an orgasm, as this is about the best way to ensure you will not reach climax. Openly communicate with your partner and let them know what you find sexually appealing. If they feel like they have disappointed you, assure them you love being with them, and work together to find what works for both of you. Some couples may feel comfortable incorporating a vibrator into their lovemaking session in order to provide additional stimulation to help the woman achieve orgasm. Often, women will opt to try a female enhancement cream or capsule to heighten arousal.

If you are still having problems having an orgasm and it is interfering with your love life or relationship with your lover, there are some educational books that may help your situation. These books can teach you how to perform certain exercises that will help achieve orgasm. Aside from what you might learn in the books, simply try really relaxing and enjoying the sexual experience. Perhaps throw some sexual fantasy or role playing into the mix, and you may be surprised at what might happen. Ask your partner to continue stimulation if they have had an orgasm and you’re still waiting.

Finally, perhaps the most important thing is to never think of the inability to climax as any negative refection on your femininity. This is not necessarily the case. Worry less, talk openly with your partner, and try to enjoy the intimacy without thinking of the orgasm as the “end result”. More information on female orgasm and intimacy issues can be explored at www.womenreviewed.com.

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