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Hello- Thank you for asking the question. I have over 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families & am happy to reply.
I am sorry to hear about this problem. First, you are not alone with this , it is common.
This is clinically referred to as Anorgasmia.
Anorgasmia is the inability of women to achieve orgasm, even with adequate stimulation. Use of the word "inability" in the proceeding definition should be qualified, however. Although the term anorgasmia includes women who are medically unable to reach orgasm, the great majority of anorgasmia cases are caused by psychological, social, cultural, or relationship variables and are, therefore, best treated in therapy.
The following link explains this in detail:
Further medical information regarding Anorgasmia and its treatment can be found here:
Most important is that you do not BLAME yourself.
Talk to your Doctor about options in treatment. Most often, this is something that is anxiety based but you want to rule out any medical factors as well.
With counseling, most women and men are able to overcome this problem with through a variety techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy, Hypnotherapy and relaxation strategies.
I trust this has served to answer your question and provide direction toward resolving the problem.
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