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Treating Anorgasmia
Home Health & Fitness Nutrition & Supplement
By: Maxine Greene Email Article
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Anorgasmia: noun: The inability for a female to experience sexual orgasm.
Somebody once said "a problem well stated is a problem half solved' and that would certainly apply in this particular case. Here are just a few of the possible causes that could be worth considering;

1. Do you suffer from stress in your day to day life? (join the club on that one)
2. Maybe a negative perception of your own body?
3. Do you still find your partner attractive?
4. Do you take anti-depressants?
5. Maybe an unexplained drop in your libido?

As you can see those are all pretty much everyday situations, most of us could select at least one, and some of us could easily pick them all and still add a few more...

But then of course the problem could be much more serious and you may need answers to some very real questions, questions that I am neither qualified to ask or to answer, questions involving topics such as your past personal history and also your past and present medical conditions. In both of these circumstances I would strongly recommend that you visit your Doctor or Medical adviser.

Sex is not a subject that is easy to discuss, not only can it be difficult with our partner it can also be difficult with our Doctor as well. It can be very easy to feel isolated and to feel that you have a problem that other people cannot relate to, but that is not true, people do understand your situation, and there is help available from many different sources.

Recent statistics said that only 30% of women regularly orgasm through intercourse. Most women need (and prefer) stimulation to the clitoris through either oral or manual means. A very well known magazine for women recently conducted a survey and the results said that 68% of married women still masturbate...still I suppose that it is possible that maybe only the ones that do bothered to answer the survey?...

Anorgasmia left untreated can seriously impact upon your life. Depression and arguments with your partner can destroy a relationship plus the feeling of aging and isolation can be overwhelming, but do not despair, there is help available...get it now.

I married for a second time when I was in my 50's and I am thankful that I did not accept this 'getting old rubbish'. Trust me there is still fun and good health to be enjoyed.... we only live once...live well!! Please visit my website at http://treatinganorgasmia.com Best wishes, Maxine.

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