The All-Natural Orgasm

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By Kate Gorrell Conditions: Women's Orgasm Difficulty Causes: birth control pills Symptoms: orgasm dysfunction Age: 18 - 35

She has never been able to have an orgasm during sex without the use of a vibrator, but wants to experience an orgasm without it. She has recently stopped using her vibrator, and is experimenting with her boyfriend to achieve orgasm, but has not had any luck so far. She is also on birth control. Should she stop using birth control as well as her vibrator? What will help her orgasm?

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Concern:

I was reading many pages of your site but I wasn't sure what would be the best solution for me. I was using a vibrator because I have never been able to orgasm at all during sex without it. I have recently stopped using it after reading your articles. I am also on the birth control pill and I am thinking about stopping that as well. I have experienced shaking legs during sex but never a full orgasm. Can I take your remedies and still continue to take the pill or should I use other birth control methods. My boyfriend has been really trying hard to make me orgasm but all I get are shaking legs. Please tell me what will help...I really would like to experience the orgasms you are talking about on your site!! PLEASE HELP!

Discussion:

It sounds as though you’re very close to orgasm now, so keep at it! Have you never been able to orgasm at all without a vibrator, or only during sex? If you have been able to orgasm with just your hands, there’s a good chance that you will be able to in sex without a vibrator some day. If you have always needed a vibrator to orgasm, no matter whether it’s sex or solo, then you might just need the extra vibration to adequately stimulate you to orgasm.
 
I’ll give you some advice on increasing your clitoral experience, but I also want to give you some techniques that might spur you to orgasm.

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Out With the Old
After using your vibrator for so long, you’ve probably created some scar tissue blockage. This is very common for women who continually use vibrators, as your body sees the vibrations as a type of abrasion and forms scar tissue to protect your delicate nerves. However, this generally backfires so far as your body goes, as the scar tissue makes your clitoris less sensitive and causes less blood to flow to the clitoris during arousal, resulting in less sensation overall.
 
Stopping the use of your vibrator will cause your body to stop feeling under attack, and it will stop the production of scar tissue. Over time, your body will slowly reprocess that tissue bolus, and will create new, healthy tissue in its place. You can expedite this process through the ingestion of some specific herbs, which I will discuss further below.
 
In With the New
Besides the scar tissue issue, you’ll also have problems with improper blood flow and circulation. Increasing your circulation is probably the best thing you can do to improve your sexual response.
 
The more blood you have moving and grooving in your reproductive area, the more sensation you’ll have, and the healthier your tissues will be. Your sex organs are meant to engorge with blood, and if this doesn’t occur, your sexual experience will be diminished. There are also herbs that can increase this ability for you.
 
Sexual Healing
Now, as I mentioned, it sounds as though you are already very close to orgasm with your boyfriend. I’m assuming you have had an orgasm on your own before, so you know what it feels like. Perhaps you’re just missing that one thing that can push you over the edge. I recently read an article in which the author said, speaking on the female orgasm, “For us, it's never about relaxing or letting go, it's much more about a commitment to use everything we've got to come!” I’m going to suggest a technique that might be what you need to get you there.
 
A New Sensation
I tend to really hype up the female G-Spot, which hasn’t been conclusively proven to exist, but it does seem to do wonders for females and vaginal penetration. The sensation is so distinct; it really does seem to help women achieve orgasm that couldn’t with purely vaginal or clitoral manipulation.
 
Trying both clitoral and G-Spot stimulation will, to be colloquial, blow your mind, and I’m sure will get you to orgasm. You’ll probably need to be having intercourse and using manual stimulation, so hopefully that falls within your acceptable range of orgasm during intercourse. I highly recommend that you attempt this technique, as it makes such a difference in your love life to know your different sensation hot spots.
 
Herbal Health
At this time, I recommend beginning an herbal formula to increase your clitoral sensitivity. Many of these herbs increase circulation and aid detoxification, which, as I mentioned, you really need after using a vibrator for so long. (TRY: Natural Herbal Formula For Intensifying Orgasms) This remedy contains strong anti-inflammatories, which will assist your body in enervating the feeder capillaries to your clitoris and vagina, as well as clearing the way for a strong, healthy sexual response. I wish you much luck in your love life!

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