Do You Finish or Do You Experience Anorgasmia?

Anorgasmia translates to not having an orgasm but generally means your orgasm takes longer to experience than preferred.  This includes when orgasm is missing completely or takes a long time.  Differences are reflected by each individual’s personal definition of how much is too long before an orgasm happens.

Orgasm does not have to include ejaculation.  You may orgasm but not ejaculate.  Additionally, delayed ejaculation (DE) is different from anorgasmia.  DE is as it sounds; a window of time occurs before expected ejaculation takes place.   Anorgasmia is about orgasm.  Paying attention to your body will allow you to know if you are experiencing anorgasmia or DE.

My video explains briefly the causes of anorgasmia.  My focus is upon you tuning into your body.  I recommend you practice mapping your unique sexual response.  Additional tips for dealing with lack of orgasm include discussing what is going on with your partner or a medical practitioner or a sex therapist.  Also, talk gently, non-judgmentally with YOURSELF as you experience your orgasm and notice your sexual expression desire. 

Discussing with your partner removes shame, allows you to lead as a man and offers intimate connection allowing a ton of possibilities to open up.  I also like you taking the opportunity to discuss this with your medical doctor.  It’d be nice if medical folks routinely asked about your sexual health but most don’t.  Do BREATHE and look forward to your role of groundbreaker with our medical community and your partner in this rich topic area.

If this topic resonated and you’d like to have a conversation about what it would look like when you create the love relationship you’ve dreamed of schedule a chat with me.  

Best Things Are Coming To You in 2021, much love from Nancy and her crew