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I cannot reach orgasm through sex

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I cannot reach orgasm through sex, which I have read online is supposedly perfectly normal. However I have never received pleasure from myself rubbing my clit, or my boyfriend. Can anyone help? It annoys him a lot I cannot orgasm.
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replied January 18th, 2012
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Either you or him can rub your clitoris during sex, or grind down on him to make sure your clitoris is stimulated during sex. Also extend intercourse if he can keep it up. Make sure you are well lubricated and continue until you orgasm (stop when it gets uncomfortable)

Best of luck!
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replied January 22nd, 2012
Foreplay
|_ Get exited
|_ Tell your BF to suck ur Vagina
|_ As long as posible
|_ Maximum 10 Minutes u will get orgasim.
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replied January 25th, 2012
I have never had an orgasm during intercourse. I use a vibrater and that is the only way I am able to have an orgasm. Is it really possible to go your entire life without having and orgasm through intercourse???? My husband is so bugged that we cannot have them at the same time. I have been frustrated about it for years! Can this change and how?
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replied January 27th, 2012
It is perfectly normal but that doesn't mean that you can't try new things that can help! You may never recieve an orgasm during sex. You may also not get stimulated by having your clitorus touched in any way, I personally only get intervaginal orgasims but alot of women only get clitoral orgasims. I suggest when you go to your OB/GYN you tell them what is going on, and see if they have any advice. Also your husband give you vaginal massages that can help get you prepared for sex and possibly help you get that climax you are looking for. Try new positions also, but remember you may never get that climax with your husband, you may never orgasim for intercourse, some women don't, these are just some suggestions that may or may not help you. What your reading is true, it is normal!
- the DOC
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replied December 18th, 2012
There are a few things that you can try that may help you. KristiGraham was on the right track. Here are a few new simple positions to try. These help focus on the clitoris and g-spot penetration. When you and your partner begin ask him to either slide back to the back of the bad sitting up. Place a pillow under him to raise the pelvis. hold him close and by grinding your clitoris on his pelvic region will help simultaneously. Another way with the same approach is on the edge of the bed. The focus isn't so much penetrating up and down as it is to sway forward and away to allow his head to contact the g-spot. Another is to openly ask to engage in other things that arouse you. Vocal communications, tending to your areas that you like to be touched, or simply kissing. Sometimes thinking to hard ruins it. Get lost in the passion and go with what feels good. Enjoy it and so will he. Be surprised with what may happen. Smile
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