When I first started out as a sex therapist thirty years ago, I was taught that difficulty ejaculating was rare, that it was very hard to treat, and that it usually suggested deep-rooted psychological problems. The reality is that difficulty ejaculating is rather common. Feel free to skip ahead if you like. Biologically speaking, an orgasm is simply a reflex.
There’s Help for Women Who Can’t Achieve Orgasm
Why Can't I Orgasm? - 15 Reasons Why Women Can't Reach Climax
For plenty of people, climaxing is anything but easy. And while these issue face people of all genders, according to the Cleveland Clinic only 10 percent of women can easily achieve orgasm. The other 90 percent have to deal with a lot of outside factors that can impede their ability to climax, including what sex position they're in to what they face when they're at work. If you're struggling to climax, there are some surprising reasons why you're not reaching orgasm , and addressing these issues may just help you achieve and enjoy! Like Area 51 and the Bermuda Triangle, the female orgasm is considered to be something of a mystery.
What can cause orgasm problems in women?
Learning how to orgasm is basically a rite of passage for women and anyone with a vagina. And certainly not as simple as porn and movie sex scenes would have us think. Whether you know how to masturbate to make yourself orgasm, but find it much harder with a partner.
Back to Sexual health. Also some women find they can orgasm when masturbating but not when they are with their partner. This could be due to problems with the relationship or not being stimulated sufficiently.