Yes, during stressful times in life.
Yes, for no apparent reason in 20s.
Yes, for no apparent reason in 30s.
Yes, for no apparent reason in 40s.
Yes, during/after menopause.
Yes, because of poor health or vaginal, reproductive heath issues.
Yes, During a long term relationship.
I have been masturbating since i was about 13 and have never had any trouble reaching orgasm. I had my first orgasm with a man before i was twenty and have had a very healthy and satisfying sex life until now (im 27).
Over the past year i have noticed a BIG decrease in my clitoral sensitivity teamed with vaginal dryness, even when very turned on. This in not a libido problem, i have a fantastic boyfriend who i am incredibly attracted to and i have a great appetite for sex with him, we never had any troubles before. I simply can NOT FEEL ANYTHING through my clitoris anymore. I now very rarely orgasm, its as if the area is numb... its equally as hard with masturbation (which always used to be so easy). Im also very unusually dry, i do not experience the usual wetness that accompanies me when i used to get turned on. This is very frustrating for me and my partner.
I am happy and healthy, i dont believe that this is stress or circumstance related, instead it feels like physical or possibly a nerve problem...??? nor do i feel like i have damaged it with 'over use' or vibrator use, which i never really did very often anyway (i have tried with a vibrator recently to see if it would have any effect, but it doesn't, which is what got me worried, because i would cum in 30 seconds with a vibrator the rare few times i did use it!).
Am i missing any vitamins? is this common? could there be nerve damage? any advice or pointers on the subject would be greatly appreciated.
If it is nerve problems, it is normally not permanent damage, but just some numbing. This can even be caused by extremely tight pants or string underwear. It is easy to solve - avoid stimulation to your clitoris for 2 or 3 weeks. The nerves will 'reset' themselves. It does however not sound like it is a problem of hard or over stimulation.
It does however sound like you can have a hormonal imbalance. The fact that you are also complaining of dryness is a good indication of that. Speak to your ObGyn. Endo and PCOS also needs to be ruled out.
Hi there, I have the same problem. I used to be able to orgasm very quickly and now its nothing. I have felt this way for a year and half now..its so frustrating and I miss having mind blowing orgasms.