3 things to know about anorgasmia
Some people have never experienced orgasm, or can no longer enjoy for different reasons. There are solutions.
Between 5% and 10% of women suffer from anorgasmia, a repetitive and persistent failure to reach orgasm, according to figures from the website She Knows. This disorder can affect both men and women, but women are significantly affected, largely for reasons of lack of information, communication and understanding. Here is some useful information to see more clearly:
There are three types of anorgasmia :
Primary - This means that the person has never been able to have an orgasm.
Secondary - If the person has already experienced orgasm, but can not do it for no apparent reason.
Situational - When the absence of orgasm is related to a particular partner and / or situation.
Anorgasmia can be total and concern which vaginal and clitoral orgasm, or partial, and affect only one of the two.
This disorder can be caused by many medical, behavioral, cultural or psychological reasons. Abuse during childhood, certain diseases, certain treatments, smoking, alcohol, stress, anxiety, lack of self-confidence, lack of sexuality education, pain during intercourse ... are just examples of the multitude of reasons that prevent reaching orgasm .
If anorgasmia appears shortly after starting a new treatment, contact your doctor to discuss your doubts and to try to find a suitable alternative. From a physical point of view, the practice of regular masturbation can help to better know and understand one's body. Testing different positions and practices with your partner can help unlock orgasm. In case of a psychological factor, a sexual therapy led by a health professional will help to better understand the causes of anorgasmia and overcome them.