Anorgasmia, lack of orgasm

What is anorgasmia?

Anorgasmia is the recurrent and persistent absence of orgasm following a normal excitement phase, produced by precoital adequate stimulation intensity, duration and type. It is one of the most common sexual dysfunction in women. In some cases, the difficulty in achieving orgasm is linked to male sexual problems and in such cases it is necessary to treat the couple as a whole.

What kinds of anorgasmia there?

· Primary, which is characterized by lack of orgasm lifetime.
· Secondary, which includes women which stop having orgasms after a period of his life when they got it.
· Absolute, if it is unable to reach orgasm through any procedure (self-stimulation, masturbation …).
· Relative, when you do not get orgasm in a certain way, for example, coital anorgasmia.
· Situational, it can reach orgasm but only under specific circumstances.

What are the causes of anorgasmia?

· Organic. Only represent 5% of the causes: endocrine diseases (diabetes, etc.), neurological, gynecological, etc.
· Psychological. They are the most common; The main reasons are: negative cultural conditions, traumatic sexual experiences, interpersonal factors, lack of sexual information, monotony in relationships, lack of concentration, stress, anxiety, etc.

To learn more about this disorder, you can listen to Dr. Rosa Abenoza in the radio program’s Sex Health, led by Ayanta Barilli dedicated to female anorgasmia.