Does Anorgasmia dissuade you from pleasuring yourself?

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Does Anorgasmia dissuade you from pleasuring yourself?

Raymaker Raymaker
I'm just one of those weirdos who doesn't really ever get off, but it doesn't discourage me for the most part. I used to be insecure about it, but I still really enjoy myself these days after learning it's relatively common, and isn't always remedied by just learning a lot about yourself, sex, and anatomy.
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edenite edenite
I've gone through periods of anorgasmia for various reasons. The extent of how it effects me depends on my motivation for solo play. If my intention is using it as a cure for insomnia I get frustrated if I don't cum. If I'm just bored and amusing myself, I'm usually not even focusing on trying to orgasm, and doesn't matter to me if I do or not. If anything it's nice that it lasts longer, lol.

I do definitely masturbate more when I find that I'm cumming pretty easily, just because I love those endorphins!
08/29/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
Please forgive my ignorance, but, would it be possible for someone to explain what Anorgasmia is?
08/31/2015
edenite edenite
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
Please forgive my ignorance, but, would it be possible for someone to explain what Anorgasmia is?
anorgasmia is the inability or regular difficulty in achieving orgasms. Causes can be medical, physical, psychological, and/or emotional. As Raymaker mentioned it isn't always as simple as learning your body.
09/01/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by edenite
anorgasmia is the inability or regular difficulty in achieving orgasms. Causes can be medical, physical, psychological, and/or emotional. As Raymaker mentioned it isn't always as simple as learning your body.
Thank you .
09/02/2015
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
OW is one of those who do not cum easily. However it's fun trying. She still likes to play often though. Doesn't matter to her if she gets off or not. Prob more to me than her. Never the less, if she is happy then so am I.


I'll keep trying though.
09/04/2015
symbiasin symbiasin
Way to go , OH&W! I think that would help, knowing someone who cares.
09/04/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by edenite
anorgasmia is the inability or regular difficulty in achieving orgasms. Causes can be medical, physical, psychological, and/or emotional. As Raymaker mentioned it isn't always as simple as learning your body.
It should be noted, from a medical standpoint, that if you develop persitent anorgasmia or have repeated episodes of such it is advisable to alert your doctor.

Sometimes it's a simple biological factor that can possibly be rectified but it can also be an indication of something much more serious. So at least advise your doctor or gynecologist of your concerns.
09/12/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
I've noted the voting, Anorgasmia is not a death sentence for your sex life.

Go see your doctor.
10/30/2015
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
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Originally posted by symbiasin
Way to go , OH&W! I think that would help, knowing someone who cares.
actually, OH.
10/30/2015
CasualFriday CasualFriday
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Originally posted by edenite
anorgasmia is the inability or regular difficulty in achieving orgasms. Causes can be medical, physical, psychological, and/or emotional. As Raymaker mentioned it isn't always as simple as learning your body.
Anorgasmia is also one of the primary side effects of SSRI's, which are the most used class of antidepressants. With the dramatic increase in use, Anorgasmia has actually become very common in the past 25 years.

On the flip side, I read a case study of a woman who was on Zoloft(common SSRI) who would have an orgasm everytime she yawned. She could even fake a yawn and it would give her an orgasm. Jeez... if they could only figure that trigger and bottle it.
12/28/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by CasualFriday
Anorgasmia is also one of the primary side effects of SSRI's, which are the most used class of antidepressants. With the dramatic increase in use, Anorgasmia has actually become very common in the past 25 years.

On the flip side, I read a ...
Such prolific issues of orgasm can be worse than Anorgasmia. See "Persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD".
Mar 24, 8:33 am
Honeymuffin33 Honeymuffin33
I try not to let it get to me but sometimes I do have periods where it'll bring me down somewhat.
Mar 25, 11:46 pm
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Honeymuffin33
I try not to let it get to me but sometimes I do have periods where it'll bring me down somewhat.
Discuss it openly, we may be able to talk you through your concerns and provide you with a new idea or course of action.
Apr 26, 10:04 am
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