For some women reaching an orgasm may take longer than usual. For others, orgasms may not be satisfying. And for others yet, reaching climax at all is difficult – even with proper stimulation. This can happen – it’s called “orgasm dysfunction”, also known as anorgasmia or female orgasmic disorder, and there’s something we can do about it.
Let’s talk about what physical (age, chronic illness, hysterectomy, etc.) and/or emotional issues (past sexual abuse, religious/cultural views, relationship issues, depression, etc.) may be a root cause of the orgasm dysfunction and then let’s work to fix it. After speaking freely yet confidentially with your physician in our relaxing office atmosphere. Certain symptoms may be treated with hormone therapy, prescription medications, physical therapy, or compounded medicines.
Call us for help today at 513.404.4166.
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-Dr. Somi Javaid, Gynecologist, Sexual Medicine & Menopause Expert, Anti-aging Specialist