Though routinely part of the human sexual response, orgasms are not a part of every sexual experience. Difficulty orgasming is noted as a common sexual dysfunction in women. Different studies suggest anywhere from 11 to 41 percent of women experience difficulty orgasming, even when sexually aroused and with sufficient stimulation. What are common causes for orgasmic dysfunction in women and how can you treat it? We’ll cover all this below.
Causes for Orgasmic Dysfunction in Women
Some forms of mental illnesses and stress can promote orgasmic dysfunction. Depression and anxiety are common causes for this condition, as well as general day-to-day stress.
Past sexual trauma and abuse could also lead to sexual health difficulties for women. Confronting and healing from this trauma could help with this condition, so it’s worth investigating and speaking with a professional to determine how best to proceed.
Chronic Health Conditions