One Woman, One C-Section and One Orgasm: She’s Only Climaxed Once in Her Life and Needs Sexual Satisfaction

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By Jean Dohm Conditions: Women's Orgasm Difficulty Causes: aging vagina c-section Symptoms: orgasm dysfunction Age: 18 - 35

She lost her virginity at age 15 and since then has had only one orgasm. The biggest challenge she faces is that of recovering from an emergency C-section. This operation changes women’s bodies in ways they don’t often understand. With a little knowledge and an herbal tincture, she will be able to once again orgasm.

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I was almost 15 years old the first time I had sex. The third time I had sex was my first and only time to have an orgasm. Since then, I have not been able to achieve any kind of orgasm. I had a baby, and I had to have an emergency C-section. Could it be something to do with my operation?


According to Psychology Today, more than 30 percent of women in the United States opt to have a C-section for delivery. This procedure is a serious abdominal surgery that, however common, poses numerous risks. Some women perceive it as less dangerous than vaginal birth because no labor is involved. But doctors note this procedure puts women at risk for excessive bleeding and infection. Women who require an emergency C-section don’t have a choice, meaning they must simply deal with the consequences after the surgery.
One aspect of a C-section that gets little attention is the orgasm dysfunction it causes. During the surgery, a doctor cuts through layers of tissue and abdominal muscle to reach the uterus. The uterus is then cut and, after the baby is removed, several layers of stitches are put in place so the muscle, tissue and skin can individually heal. Women are instructed to allow six weeks for the healing process, but even after that period many complain of pain and burning during sex. These issues mitigate any enjoyment that normally comes from intercourse, and they certainly take away from orgasm.
How Does a C-Section Impact Sexual Function?
When a woman cannot reach orgasm even while sexually aroused, she is said to have orgasm dysfunction. Although a C-section does not stretch the vagina as a traditional delivery does, vaginal and clitoral nerves are still effected. These nerves - stimulated during sex to promote orgasm - can be severely damaged during a C-section because they traverse the entire pelvic region.
To better understand this complex nervous system, remember the clitoris alone has more than 8,000 nerve endings. Those nerves come into close contact with vaginal nerves, and all of them then extend through the pelvis. They even pass through the cervix and uterus. This means a C-section can seriously impede a woman’s ability to orgasm long after the six-week healing period.
Other Factors of Orgasm Dysfunction
Aside from the physical changes that accompany every childbirth, many women also suffer from more subtle challenges that impact their mental health. These include fatigue, anxiety about body shape and fear of another pregnancy. Taken as a whole, childbirth can completely diminish sexual desire. Without this, a woman won’t want sex and subsequently will not produce enough lubrication for easy penetration. Even worse, no desire means no orgasm.
Now for a term that helps explain natural changes rendered to the vagina with time: aging vagina. This refers to the way in which the vagina loses natural elasticity and lushness as a woman grows older. Childbirth hastens this process, and even a C-section delivery can change the vagina because of pregnancy hormones. Estrogen in particular is necessary to keep the vagina’s muscles strong and tight. Any reduction in this chemical can cause the muscles to become thin and brittle, meaning intercourse won’t feel as pleasurable as before.
Have and Enjoy Your Orgasm
Does this mean your body is permanently damaged after a C-section? Absolutely not. The first tip is to not rush sex, and don’t feel like something is wrong with you because you can’t orgasm. You and your partner must be patient, and you should both feel free to use lube during sex so it is as pleasurable as possible.
Also try an herbal tincture to reduce any pain you feel during sex and improve your chances of reaching orgasm. (TRY: Herbal Tincture for Orgasmic Pain Relief) Tinctures are rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and have been used for thousands of years to correct orgasm dysfunction. They are potent drinks that include alcohol to extract the healing properties of herbs specific to your needs.

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