Michael Krychman, MD, executive director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health, Dr. McDonald-Mosley, MD, MPH, chief medical officer at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and other doctors talk to Cosmopolitan about what might cause women to have trouble orgasming.
Is having trouble orgasming the same as Anorgasmia?
Yes. Anorgasmia is the medical term for regular difficulty reaching orgasm after ample sexual stimulation, causing personal distress. Having trouble orgasming (or anorgasmia) is actually a common occurrence, affecting many women worldwide.
What, technically, is an orgasm?
An orgasm is a feeling of intense physical pleasure and a release of tension, accompanied by involuntary, rhythmic contractions of pelvic floor muscles. Some women actually feel pelvic contractions or a quivering of the uterus during orgasm, but some do not. Some women describe fireworks all over their body, while others describe the feeling as a tingle.
8 Reasons You’re Not Orgasming
Having an orgasm shouldn’t be like solving a difficult math problem but for a lot of women, it really can seem like that. Cosmopolitan.com spoke with several doctors to find out the real reasons why you’re not getting there.
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