Orgasm is the release of sexual tension – and the period of ultimate pleasure. Women and men experience such physical and psychological pleasure in different ways. Men experience pleasure upon reaching orgasm depending on the sperm they ejaculate. On the other hand, women are gifted with multiple orgasms and each orgasm can reach up to 10 to 20 seconds.
After the sexual pleasure, most men will undergo the refractory period – where no orgasm is experienced. Usually, that will take minutes or several hours before they can orgasm again. However, it is different in women, they can experience a series of orgasm – and most of these occur after a round of playful sex.
During orgasm, some women get reddish because of the blood circulated into the body. They also experience a change in temperature and sweating. The vagina and anus contracts – sometimes they expressed it through vocalization.
However, this is no always true with all women. There are women who have problems with reaching orgasm – making them uncomfortable during sex. In all of the female orgasm disorder types, anorgasmia is known to be the most common problem with women experiencing sex.
Anorgasmia is the orgasm disorder, which includes non-response to all sexual stimulation. Although this can happen to both men and women, this is far more observed among female population. This is a secondary sexual issue, which could happen, in the further stage of a woman’s life.
One of the earliest female orgasm disorder types recorded is “female hysteria.” According to books, women experiences nervousness, insomnia, faintness, shortness of breath, sexual desire, loss of appetite for food or sex. In the ancient times, women who suffer hysteria are treated through pelvic massage – characterized by manual stimulation of the genitals in order to experienced hysterical paroxysm or orgasm. Such medical practice is no longer applicable today. Other female orgasm disorder types include; decreased sexual response, vaginal sexual pain or decreased vaginal lubrication.
Diabetic neuropathy is one reason for known female orgasmic disorders. This is the condition where the nerves are getting less functional because of diabetes. Spinal cord injury is also pointed to be the reason behind unsuccessful orgasm in women however, medical experts found no evidence about the claim – and even reclaimed that people with such ailment can still experience orgasm like normal people do. Hormones also play a vital role in sexual response of women.
Sex gurus over the internet suggest that psychological aspects – also plays as a pendulum for women’s sexual response. Stress and anxiety prevents women from experiencing quality sex with their partner. The performance of the partner (man) also matters. Women tend to get excited when their man knows how to stimulate them during foreplay. Domestic violence is also one cause, rape and abuse creates replay of trauma.
In the end, it is the responsibility of the beholder to evaluate her – if she has an orgasmic disorder. Couples should always have to talk about these issues and tackle them in an open-minded manner. This way, they can give resolution to the problem and maintain a healthy relationship.