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Anorgasmia – An Inability to Orgasm (Video)

Anorgasmia is a common disorder that involves plenty of 'get up' and not enough 'go.' Get the facts on the inability to orgasm in this video.   Related: 13 Sex Secrets of Married Couples

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10:58PM PDT on Apr 15, 2013

10 Lessons About the Female Orgasm

By: Debby Herbenick, Ph.D.

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4:51AM PDT on Apr 15, 2013

Sad thing

11:05PM PDT on Mar 26, 2013

All a person has to do to be able to climax is give their self permission to by fantasizing, preferably the most forbidden things. Why do you think the Shades of Grey books have sold so well?

8:32AM PDT on Mar 12, 2013

Female Primary Orgasmic Dysfunction is the inability to orgasm in women.

Orgasm strength can be increased by breathing out and holding the breath. Similarly, the strength of orgasm can be reduced by holding in the breath. This has the same idea as auto erotic asphyxiation but without the inherent dangers. Auto erotic asphyxiation is dangerous and lead to the death of UK Conservative Party MP Stephen Milligan in 1994.

Many women feel that they are about to orgasm but then do not have any sensation of orgasm. This is due to breathing in at the critical period thus minimising sensation, rather than breathing out in order to increase it. In order to cure Female Primary Orgasmic Dysfunction breathing in before orgasm is a habit that must be broken. For this the patient will need a partner, and forty five minutes, as the habit of a life time takes a while to break.

Masturbation the Hands Free Way is going to be done by the patient for forty five minutes. In order to do this one simply has to clench and then relax the vagina repeatedly until the point of orgasm is reached. Whenever the patient feels about to orgasm she signals this to her partner by raising a hand. The partner then ensures that the patient breathes out rather than in by pushing her thoracic diaphragm in with her hand for two seconds. (The thoracic diaphragm is a sheet of muscle extending across the bottom of the rib cage.)

Because the patient is breathing out when orgasm occurs it can be felt.


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9:51PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013

I bet there are a lot of people that think they have this real disorder when in truth they are just not feeling secure in their body and do not have enough of a connection or attraction to their sexual partner. If you aren't really in the mood your odds of orgasms decrease quite a bit.

9:48PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013

This reminds me of an episode of Greys Anatomy, but in that she had the opposite issue. She couldn't stop having orgasms.

6:50PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013


6:40PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013

While the video seemed to focus on women, it does occur in men as well.

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