Specialty of Psychology

Anorgasmia is a dysfunction in which a person cannot experience orgasms despite having adequate stimulation. Along with low sexual drive, it is one of the most common sexual dysfunctions in women. This dysfunction can also occur in men, although less frequently. There are different types of anorgasmia: lifelong anorgasmia is when a woman has never reached an orgasm, acquired anorgasmia is when a woman used to have orgasms but now finds it very difficult to reach climax, generalized anorgasmia is when a woman cannot reach an orgasm in any situation, and situational anorgasmia is when a woman can’t have an orgasm in certain situations. The causes of changes in the female orgasm, in most cases, are psychological so usually consultation with a therapist is recommended. 

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