Anorgasmia The persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm following normal sexual excitement. A common occurrence, 15% of women in the United States report difficulties reaching orgasm, while 10% of women in the United States report never have reached orgasm. Anorgasmia is reported in men as well, where the disorder may present itself in the inability for the male to reach orgasm during intercourse. Anorgasmia may result from anxiety, stress, depression, worry, fatigue, guilt, fear of painful intercourse, undesirability of partner and/or setting, alcohol, or use of illegal and/or prescription drugs. Less recently, this disorder was referred to as “frigidity,” or female orgasmic dysfunction.
Exercises you can do at home to help you have an orgasm
- Learning how to orgasm through intercourse LOI
- What it feels like to have an orgasm FO
- My wife doesn’t think she is having an orgasm through intercourse NOI
- How to orgasm The Big O
- Increase sexual communication technique
- Sexual Technique
- Bringing the romance back
- How to use touch to get the most out of sex Touch
Prior to mental health treatment for the sexual dysfunction Anorgasmia, remember to get a medical screening by a Urologist / Gynecologist. Sometimes lack of orgasm has an underlying medical issue that needs treatment by an MD.