More recently, society was dominated by the belief that women are less sexy than men. Therefore, the problem of female sexual disorders as it did not exist. Over the past two decades, traditional views on women's sexuality have been completely refuted and their sexual needs recognized as perfectly legitimate. As a result, women began to think more and more about whether everything is in order in the sexual sphere. A woman who considers herself to be sexually insensitive for one reason or another is confused, upset, or depressed in the same way as a man.
It is known that about 58% of marriages break up due to sexual disharmony, although not always the spouses are aware of the causes of severe disorders in family relations, often the reason sounds – the dissimilarity of characters, while it is not in the characters, but in sexual differences.
Lack of orgasm in women (anorgasmia) is perhaps the main cause of sexual disharmony, unhappy marriages and divorces. Survey results show that 17% of women who have sex for five years or more do not experience orgasm, although almost all women are able to achieve orgasm by masturbation. The main reason for this paradox lies in the very nature of female sexuality.
For a woman, the psychological component of sex is very important, and therefore the problem of lack of orgasm in a full sexual act with a loved one is not associated with physiological disorders, but difficulties in their relationship.
Anorgasmia is divided into primary and secondary. Primary anorgasmia is said in cases when a woman never experienced orgasm under any type of stimulation. Secondary anorgasmia is considered such a dysfunction when a woman previously experienced orgasm even once, regardless of the circumstances and by what means of stimulation it was achieved: during sexual intercourse, during masturbation or during sleep with erotic dreams.
Psychological factors that inhibit the emergence of orgasm in women are several. This may be due to fear of getting pregnant, getting sexually transmitted disease, being rejected by a sex partner, and many other reasons. In some women, the cause of anorgasmia is a subconscious or conscious feeling of hostility towards men in general or hostility to a particular sexual partner.
Anorgasmia in women who have grown up in a strict upbringing may be due to feelings of guilt for their sexual urges, which do not coincide with the ideas of sexual behavior instilled from childhood.
Marital or other conflicts that have a negative impact on the mental state of the woman and her mood can also lead to the fact that the woman ceases to have an orgasm, although previously she was able to experience it. Breaks during intercourse (for example, when there is a need to stop at some point so that a man can wear a condom) also have a certain influence.
Lack of orgasm adversely affects the nervous system and the whole body of a woman. After sexual intercourse without orgasm, the woman often complains of nervous excitement, general depression and poor health. Lack of sexual satisfaction can lead to neurosis and hysterical reactions. This is the cause of migraines, irritability and depression. The lack of orgasm leads to stagnation in the genital organs, and subsequently women have menstrual disorders, painful menstruations, uterine bleeding, and increased symptoms of premenstrual tension. Changes in the hormonal background lead to the development of pathological processes of breast tissue. Many sexologists and gynecologists believe that genital venous stagnation leads to the development of uterine fibroids, polycystic ovarian degeneration.
In cases where a woman has previously experienced an orgasm, but can not get satisfaction from intimacy with the current partner, and she does not want to tell him about it for psychological reasons, or told him about it, but he did not change his attitude and does not do anything to satisfy her, only the doctor can help. He will explain to your partner the error of his point of view, give recommendations based on the characteristics of your case.
Those women who have never experienced orgasm, the more need to turn to a sex therapist. Until the woman is examined, until it is confirmed that anorgasmia in her primary (congenital), caused by any disease, until then it can not be excluded that she is able to experience orgasm with adequate stimulation. You should not take it so lightly, thinking that you can do without sexual satisfaction. Because of this, a tumor process may develop or a disease of the female sexual sphere may occur.