Our expert says:
Orgasm problems can be caused by: Psychological causes - guilt, fear and trauma from childhood; poor communication about sexual preferences; conflict in the relationship, stress, financial problems
Physical causes - trauma or surgery that affects the genitals, vessels or nerves; acute/chronic Illness, depression
Treatment is directed at: eliminating the causative illness, and substituting offending medication if possible, removing inhibitions and possible causes that maintain the problem, and enhancing physical and emotional pleasure, and responsiveness without making orgasm a goal, by reducing the pressure to perform and increasing effectiveness of stimulation and communication. Treatment requires the understanding and co-operation of both partners.
You can go to your doctor or SASHA helpline (0860 100 262) for a referral list for practitioners in your area. Deidre -SASHA
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