Your mind needs to stay clear and focused, your nerves sensitive and blood needs to flow to all the right places. Advertising Policy Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy Many women find they cannot climax during penile-vaginal sex.
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Every item on this page was chosen by a Woman's Day editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. Why Can't I Orgasm? Sep 10, Getty Images Some facts of life are sad but true, and one of these facts is that climaxing for many women is anything but easy. In fact, a recent survey from Valparaiso University in Indiana showed that more than half of women who struggle to orgasm attribute the problem to anxiety. Plus, because of the complex nature of the condition, other hangups can be heightened during sex, causing a vicious cycle of worry and frustration. Brenner writes in Psychology Today.
How to come: what to do if you can't orgasm How to make great sex about the journey - not the destination. Not achieving the big 'O' is actually pretty common, and as many as one in three women apparently have trouble climaxing. According to a study from the Archives of Sexual Behavior that researched over 52, adults' sexual activity, an impressive 95 per cent of men reported they usually or always reach orgasm during sex, compared to just 65 per cent of women.
The inability to orgasm can lead to distress, which may make it even harder to achieve orgasm in the future. The main symptom of orgasmic dysfunction is the inability to achieve sexual climax. Other symptoms include having unsatisfying orgasms and taking longer than normal to reach climax. Women with orgasmic dysfunction may have difficulty achieving orgasm during sexual intercourse or masturbation.