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From the Desk of a Sexual Medicine Gynecologist


Posted 12:58 pm, March 14th, 2011

by Rosann

It seems like everyone is talking about orgasms this month.  Young or old married single divorced widowed or just dating women are asking about what has happened to their orgasmic response.  Some women will tell of thunder and lightening that has fizzled to a brief pitter patter or rain and they are waiting, waiting and waiting with their umbrella only to be disappointed.

Sure orgasmic response can wax and wane, and it is affected by a variety of aspects including medical illnesses, medications as well as poor stimulation techniques but women do not have to concede to a lowered sexual response.  Here are some helpful hints to help rev up that orgasm.  Become empowered about your own sexuality.  Let the thunderstorms begin!

1- If you think that medical illness or medications are affecting orgasmic response see a health care provider who specializes in sexual medicine- there are things that can be done to help

2- Get a good book and vibrator!  Many women do not know their own genital pelvic anatomy so it’s always important to be well educated about your body and its response.  Some of my favorites include the G spot, and Becoming Orgasmic. Vibrators can be very helpful when needing more stimulation.  Do not be shy.  There are many online sites that provide excellent shopping opportunities in the comfort and safety of your own home and will arrive in discreet packaging.

3- Know your body and explore.  There are many erotic areas of a woman’s body and some are often neglected.  Have your partner experiment with some new exciting areas like the breasts, nipples or nape of the neck.  You maybe shocked at the electrifying results.

4- Try Zestra.  Zestra has been shown in clinical studies to improve sexual satisfaction and enhance overall orgasmic experience- In my clinical practice I have many women who use it regularly and it provides that extra needed “oomph” to help them be pushed to the limit of ecstasy.

This month’s “hot off the desk” information was provided by guest blogger Dr. Michael L. Krychman, Executive Director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine.

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