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Premature Ejaculation in Women

Unknown to most people, some women suffer from premature orgasm and are equally frustrated sexually leading feelings of guilt that may descend into depression. Lack of enough literature on female premature orgasm makes these women to continue suffering in silence as the world battles premature ejaculation in men. Is there hope for women who come too soon?

Premature orgasm in women occurs before or soon after intercourse begins

All my adult life, I have been suffering from premature orgasm which occurs sometimes even before intercourse, just by a little stimulation. After that, I have no more interest in continuating. Is there any way to delay this process and also to remain aroused?

It is not just a male problem

You obviously thought it is a primarily male problem but studies reveal that women too undergo premature ejaculation or orgasm. Just like in men, women who come too soon don’t enjoy sex as much as they should and sometimes descend into depression for this reason.

Some orgasm just by watching porn

Some women who suffer from this problem achieve orgasm just by watching porn or having their nipples stimulated for less than two minutes making sex an agonizing experience instead of something beautiful they should look forward to. Is there hope for such women? Can they be cured of their problem?

Premature orgasm in women is poorly understood

Unlike premature ejaculation in men which has been extensively studied, premature orgasm in women is poorly understood since most women are not very liberal when it comes to sexual matters. It is a lot more common to come across an a woman suffering from anorgasmia rather than one who has an orgasm too soon and because of that, sex experts have been burying their heads in the sand like the proverbial ostrich, pretending that this problem doesn’t exist.

Premature orgasm in women is more complicated

Unlike men whose problem can be easily solved by using various therapeutic interventions such as Kegel exercises, using pausing and squeezing, or using drugs, premature orgasm in women is an entirely different situation.

Having asexual thoughts during intercourse can help control premature orgasm

Controlling the possible causes such as stress and anxiety could be the key to regaining sexual control. Having asexual thoughts during intercourse, and this is not easy, can also help a woman gain some control. The good news for women is that unlike men who can’t continue after ejaculation, most women can go on and on and enjoy sex after orgasm.

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