Our expert says:
Anorgasmia (inability to reach or difficulty to achieve orgasm) is still a very common problem among women.
There are normally 2 aspects we address. Firstly is the woman orgasmic during masturbation? Does she know her own body? Does she know what kind of touch and stimulation of her clitoris works for her and results in her reaching orgasm? If a woman knows this and is comfortable with her body, and does not have obstacles such as issues of shame and guilt about sex or past traumatic sexual experiences influencing her ability to relax into sexual pleasure, or has repressed resentments and unresolved feelings about her sexual partner then one half of the challenge is dealt with.
The second is the fact that most woman do not achieve orgasm by means of penetrative sex alone. In most sexual positions there is not sufficient direct stimulation of the clitoris during penetrative thrusting that will result in orgasm. So how well does the partner know your body? Does your partner know what type of stimulation works to bring you to orgasm. If you wish to reach orgasm during penetrative sex then usually the woman also needs to stimulate her clitoris or the partner adds stimulation to the clitoris, depending on the sexual position and the partner's ability to access stimulation to the clitoris.
Otherwise the partner can bring you to orgasm before or after penetrative sex using his hands or tongue.
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