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at 15 i was raped and at 27 i still just feel nothing

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ok when i was 15 when i lost my virginity and i still remember it well, well you would when it was the only time i ever actually felt sex .... in the sence of having any feeling or sensation at all... at 15 i was raped and fell pregnant so made the desision of having an abortion.after this it was like my sensation/gspot everything has dissapeared and since then to this day 27 years of age i still feel NOTHING its like someon hitting my leg continuously i have no feeling wat so ever i still feel horny but when the penis enters me i just feel nothing its kind of put me off sex i have no desire of having sex and have faked every orgasm since its destroyed my life and any relationship ive ever had i always find ways of not having sex i have even ut tampons in and pretended im on my period :( i dont know what to do in the bedroom and i feel scared and nervous if i am pleasing them right so i just dont bother ...... :(

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replied April 30th, 2012
Sexual Health - Women Answer A34481
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The symptoms of loss of sexual pleasure could be due to the result of a bad sexual experience, such as rape or childhood sexual abuse; or stem from anxiety or relationship issues. The problem of anorgasmia or inability to orgasm or have sexual pleasure is commonly seen with women (although it is also not necessary for every woman to experience orgasm every time she has intercourse/sexual contact). The underlying cause can be detected after thorough examination and evaluation done by your gynecologist/obstetrician. Other problems could be due to the expectation and anticipation of orgasm, performance anxiety, cultural and religious beliefs, fear of pregnancy or STD, embarrassment (bodily or mental), hypoactive sexual desire disorder, anemia, hormonal derangements, medication use like antidepressants/anti-seizure drugs, pain during sex, neurological causes, alcohol use, stress/too much of household chores & responsibilities, psychological causes, relationship issues, hyperprolactinemia, etc., which hampers reaching orgasm. You should consider visiting your gynecologist/obstetrician for a thorough examination and evaluation. Treatment as appropriate would be started to help you (based on examination and investigation results). Counseling sessions and couple therapy also helps.
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