Loss of Orgasm


Orgasmic dysfunction also known as anorgasmia, is a condition in which a woman has difficulty reaching orgasm, even with proper stimulation.

The main symptom of orgasmic dysfunction is the inability to achieve sexual climax. Having unsatisfying orgasms or taking longer than normal to reach climax are also symptoms.


There are four types of orgasmic dysfunction:

  • primary anorgasmia: You’ve never experienced an orgasm.
  • secondary anorgasmia: You experience difficulty reaching orgasm, even though you’ve experienced them before.
  • situational anorgasmia: This is the most common type of orgasmic dysfunction. It’s when a woman can only orgasm during specific situations, such as oral sex or masturbation.
  • general anorgasmia: The inability to achieve orgasm under any circumstances

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