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No orgasm during intercourse - only during manual stimulatio

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why is it so hard to have a orgasm well have sex is it because i have 6 kids or is ther some thing wrong whit me because every time i am have sex i dont have a orgasm doing intrcors but only when he manuly stimulas me is there some thing i can do


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replied September 21st, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A16229
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
When manually stimulated, the backside of the clitoris region (which is rich in nerve supply) gets stimulated making your orgasm stronger and better. When doing penetrative sex, the area might not get well stimulated due to which you are not able to feel orgasm. It is not necessary that every woman gets orgasm during each sexual contact. Some can feel orgasm like you, and some do feel it at all.
Take care.



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