Anorgasmia in Women
What is Anorgasmia?
We constantly hear from women who are stressed out because they can’t reach orgasm – and some wonder if they might have Anorgasmia. What exactly is Anorgasmia, you might ask? Anorgasmia is the medical term for regular difficulty reaching female orgasm, even after ample sexual stimulation.
Anorgasmia is a common condition and is experienced by a large number of women. Anorgasmia can cause women much personal distress, and can be harmful to a relationship, not to mention your sex life. Of course, if you and your partner are not overly concerned about the lack of ability to achieve orgasm, then there is probably no reason to seek outside help or intervention.
It should be noted that female orgasms are not necessarily a requirement for sexual satisfaction. Many women experience intense sexual pleasure and find sex very enjoyable – even if it doesn’t result in an orgasm at the end. Much sexual pleasure comes from the “lead up” to the grand finale, and many women are more interested in the intimacy and closeness they feel towards their partner during sex.
On the other hand, many women find sex much more satisfying – and pleasurable – when they achieve orgasm on a regular basis. If you experience a lot of stress or dissatisfaction with your inability to reach climax – you may want to investigate further and take action. It’s important to note that orgasm intensity and frequency varies greatly among women, and the amount of sexual stimulation necessary for one woman to achieve orgasm may be quite different from the needs of another woman.
It’s also important to note that many women cannot reach orgasm with vaginal penetration alone. Additionally, for most women, female orgasms can change with age, medical issues, or medications you might be taking. Anorgasmia can be somewhat difficult to diagnose, as gauging what is or is not an “orgasm problem” can be somewhat tricky. In any case, there are a number of things you can do to help achieve orgasm more regularly.
Causes of Anorgasmia
Despite what many people think – and contrary to what is portrayed in the media (especially pornography) – for most women, the female orgasm is no simple, sure thing. The female climax is a complex reaction to several physical, emotional and psychological factors. Any problems in one or more of these areas can result in a problem with achieving female orgasm.
There are 3 main “categories” of causes of Anorgasmia, which can be broken down to physical causes, psychological causes, and relationship issues. To overcome anorgasmia it is very helpful to determine which of these causes may apply to you. Below we will take a more in depth look at the three main causes or anorgasmia.
1) Physical Causes
Medical diseases. Many illnesses can affect a women’s ability to achieve orgasm. Some illnesses which can negatively affect female sexual response include diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and high blood pressure.
Gynecological Issues. A number of gynecological issues can affect your ability to achieve orgasm. Problems with painful or uncomfortable intercourse will likely result in an inability to achieve orgasm – as will certain surgeries such as hysterectomy or cancer surgeries.
Medications. Many prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications can interfere with orgasm, including blood pressure medications, antihistamines and antidepressants — particularly SSRI’s (selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors).
Aging. As women get older, they can expect to experience lower estrogen levels as they near menopause, which can decrease blood flow to the vagina and clitoris, which can work to delay or stop orgasm entirely. As you age, normal changes in your anatomy, hormones, neurological and circulatory systems can negatively affect your sexual response – making orgasms harder to achieve and less intense.
2) Psychological Causes
Several psychological factors can play an important role in female sexuality, and can negatively impact your ability to achieve climax. These include things like:
- Poor body image
- Stress and financial pressure
- Fear of pregnancy and/or STD’s
- Mental health problems such as depression or anxiety
- Shame or guilt about enjoying sexual experiences
- Past abuse – sexual, emotional, or physical
3) Relationship Issues
Often times the main culprit in sexual issues stem from the relationship itself. Many couples with couples outside the bedroom also experience problems in the bedroom. Relationship issues which can affect your sex life include:
- Previous infidelity or lack of trust in your partner
- Unresolved fights or conflicts
- Lack of emotional connection with your partner
- Poor communication of sexual needs and/or preferences
- Conflicts or disagreements regarding kids/parenting styles
- Intimate partner violence
As you can see, there are many causes of Anorgasmia – which can materialize on their own, or in conjunction with other causes or issues. It’s important to try and understand the underlying cause of your Anorgasmia in order to select the treatment method most likely to achieve success.
There are several avenues available for women to explore as treatment options for Anorgasmia. Anorgasmia can be somewhat difficult to treat, and your personal treatment plan will likely depend on the underlying cause of your symptoms. Your physician may recommend any number of treatments which could include a combination of lifestyle changes, therapy, medication, or natural supplementation.
A large number of women experience issues with stress and/or anxiety which can severely affect their desire or enjoyment of sex. Unlike men, who often use sex as a way to eradicate stress or anxiety – most women with high stress or anxiety will often “shut down” sexually and experience a noticeable drop in their desire for sex – and reduced enjoyment of sex when it does occur.
Here are some common treatments for women with Anorgasmia:
Increase Sexual Stimulation. In many cases, women who’ve never experienced an orgasm are not getting enough effective sexual stimulation. Many women do not realize that the female body requires direct or indirect stimulation of the clitoris to reach orgasm. Consider switching sexual positions to produce more clitoral stimulation. Often times using a vibrator during sex can help trigger an orgasm. Consider doubling the amount of foreplay before intercourse to facilitate an orgasm – or increase the use of digital or oral stimulation. Fantasizing, role-playing, and mental imagery can also increase sexual response and lead to higher instances of achieving orgasm.
Get to know your body. Understanding your own body, including where and how you like to be touched, can lead to better sexual satisfaction and enjoyment. Take some time to explore your own body. Self-stimulation or using a vibrator can help you discover what type of touch feels best to you, and then you can share that information with your partner. If you’re uncomfortable with doing this exploration, your partner will likely be very interested in doing it for you.
Couples counseling and/or Behavioral therapy. Conflicts and disagreements in your relationship can affect your ability to orgasm. A counselor can help you work through disagreements and tensions and get your sex life back on track. Another option is cognitive behavioral therapy, which attempts to change the negative thoughts or associations you might have regarding sex. You might be given specific exercises to try at home to first learn methods to achieve orgasm on your own – which you can then pass on to your partner.
Sex therapy. Sex therapists are therapists who specialize in treating sexual problems or issues. Although you might be embarrassed or nervous about seeing a sex therapist, they can be very helpful in treating anorgasmia. Therapy often includes sex education, help with communication skills, and behavioral exercises that you and your partner try at home.
Medical treatments. One important factor in treating anorgasmia is to first treat any underlying medical conditions. If a medical condition is interfering with your ability to achieve orgasm – then treating the underlying medical condition will often solve the problem. Also, estrogen therapy and testosterone therapy can be options for women with anorgasmia, although it may depend on whether you are ‘pre’ or postmenopausal. You will need to consult your doctor before considering estrogen or testosterone therapy as options for treating anorgasmia.
Natural supplements. Often times the lack of ability to reach orgasm can be caused by hormonal deficiencies or imbalances which can be addressed and corrected with natural herbal therapies or supplements. These herbal remedies are usually very safe and can be quite effective. One of the benefits with this treatment option is the lack of side effects and because they are not drugs, you can purchase them without a prescription. There are several natural herbs which are known to improve female sexual response and improve pleasure – which can help women achieve orgasm more frequently.
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Herbs to Enhance Female Sexual Arousal and Orgasm
One popular herb to boost female sexual response is Damiana – used for centuries as an aphrodisiac for women due to its ability to improve blood flow and increase oxygen delivery to the genital area which improves female sexual sensation and pleasure. Historically, Damiana has been used to relieve anxiety, nervousness, and mild depression, especially if these symptoms have a sexual component. The herb is also used as a general tonic to improve wellness.
Damiana is well known in southwestern cultures as a sexual tonic and is recommended by many top herbalists. It stimulates the intestinal tract and brings oxygen to the genital area. It also increases energy levels which does a lot to restore female libido and sexual desire. Damiana can often restore a woman’s ability to achieve orgasm. Damiana is used primarily as an energy tonic and an aphrodisiac for both women and men.
Another excellent aphrodisiac to boost female sexual pleasure is Fenugreek – a plant native to India and North Africa which is a unique herb rich in phyto-estrogens. Fenugreek has been used for centuries in several cultures for its help in restoring female sex drive and enhancing sexual satisfaction and enjoyment. As an added bonus, Fenugreek is an excellent herbal remedy for reducing cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
According to the results of a double-blind randomized placebo controlled study, daily supplement of an extract from Fenugreek works to enhance female libido. A standardized extract of Fenugreek was associated with significant increases in measures of female sexual arousal, sexual behavior, sexual drive, and orgasm. These findings were published in Phyotherapy Research.
Another herb with uses to boost sexual arousal for women is Dong Quai Root – used for over 1000 years as a medicine in China, Korea, and Japan. Dong Quai Root is used to treat female reproductive problems, as well as painful menstruation, and is also used to improve blood flow. Dong Quai is often named the “female ginseng” because of its many benefits for women, including enhancing female fertility. Dong Quai balances estrogen levels and because of this is known as the premier “gynecological regulator.”
Dong Quai has the ability to reduce your estrogen levels if they are too high – and can increase them if they are too low. In addition to working as a female aphrodisiac, Dong Quai works to cleanse and strengthen your circulatory system and improve digestion, making it a very effective tool in improving overall female health.
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