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Im having a problem close to another girls on here i cannot seem to orgasim when he is inside of me but ive been able to give myself an orgasim ever since i can remember, anyway we did oral and manual stimulation for me long befor we started having sex i never once orgasimed, ive tried showing him what i do but... Didnt work please help... Also i hate this part but ive lied and pretended to have an orgasim and so im stuck there too... Lastly we lost our verginity to eachother and did almost everything with eachoth for the first time


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replied October 22nd, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A16847
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
When you are used to masturbating and having orgasm more often than natural intercourse, then your brain gets tuned to the way of stimulus and your body’s response. So even with natural stimulation, body and brain does not respond. Best way to get over this is to stop self stimulation and allow for brain to get used to the natural ones. In absence of the regular (earlier) stimulus, it will slowly ‘learn’ to respond and allow you to respond and have an orgasm.
If after 2-4 weeks, the problem still persists, then you might need to take professional help. Discuss with your gynecologist or a sexologist about this and get evaluation done as indicated. Try for ‘couple therapy’ and counseling, it usually helps.
Take care.



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