Female Orgasmic Disorder
Orgasmic disorder is when a woman cannot reach orgasm or has trouble reaching orgasm when she is sexually aroused. Apart from reproduction, sex is of no value if it cannot be enjoyed. This can result in resentment and conflict in a relationship. Sexual response involves the body and mind working together in a complex way that cannot really be clearly explained. Both the body and the mind need to function well for orgasm to occur. Female orgasmic disorder can spring from psychological or emotional problem such as stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, fear of pain during intercourse, alcohol, guilt, worry, undesirability of partner and fear of pregnancy.
Several factors can lead to low response to sex. These factors, if not taken care of can drastically reduce orgasm. These factors include:
- Boredom in sexual activity
- Hormonal disorders, hormone changes due to menopause, and chronic illnesses that affect health and sexual interest
- A history of sexual abuse or rape
- Certain prescription drugs, including common drugs used to treat depression, such as fluoxetine (Prozac), paroxetine (Paxil), and sertraline (Zoloft)
- Fatigue and stress
- Negative attitudes toward sex (often learned in childhood or adolescence)
- Shyness or embarrassment about asking for the type of stimulation that works best
- Medical conditions that cause chronic pelvic pain, such as endometriosis
- Medical conditions that affect the nerve supply to the pelvis, such as multiple sclerosis, diabetic neuropathy, and spinal cord injury
- Important things you should consider when treating problems with orgasms are:
- Healthy attitude toward sex
- Positive attitude toward education about sexual stimulation and response
- Learning to clearly communicate sexual needs and desires, verbally or non-verbally
Ways to make sex better
- Get plenty of rest and eat well. Limit alcohol, drugs, and smoking. Feel your best. This helps with feeling better about sex.
- Do key exercises that improve orgasm: Tighten and relax the pelvic muscles.
- Focus on other sexual activities and not just intercourse.
- Use birth control that works for both you and your partner. Discuss this ahead of time so you aren’t worried about an unwanted pregnancy.
- Try and address other sexual problems such as lack of interest and pain during intercourse as soon as you notice them.
This should be taken if you experience pain during sexual intercourse due to vaginal dryness. The vagina usually dries up due when a woman has attained the age of menopause. At this age, the level of estrogen gradually drops. Estrogen also comes in different forms such as tablet or skin patch.
Spanish Fly Pro
Supplements such as Spanish Fly Pro help to increase libido and does not have any side effect. It is designed for those facing libido loss and are trying to bring their interests back into their sex lives.