Plugged-In Girl Gets Shorted Out

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By Perrin Rynning Conditions: Women's Vaginal Insensitivity Symptoms: clitoral insensitivity Age: 18 - 35

Her best sexual partner used to be her vibrator, but too many nights in with it has left her numb. What’s going on? Is it something she can repair? Read on, get the facts and find out!

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I have overused a vibrator, resulting in complete loss of feeling in my clitoris. I stopped using a vibrator, now what can I do?


Women often get away with teasing men for the attention and almost-affection they lavish on their tools, their cars, or various other material objects. Sometimes, though, ladies find themselves spending an awful lot of 'quality time' with their own 'favorite tool', their vibrator. If you cross the fine line between 'enough' and 'too much', you may find yourself doing more and getting less until finally... nothing happens.
At this point, it's probably safe to say that you know exactly where your clitoris and G-spot are located, roughly equivalent to knowing which wall socket is controlled by which light switch. Now that the system has been damaged, you need to start learning about wiring, electricity and safety if you want to repair it. And considering the price tags for hiring a contractor on this kind of job, you're much better off doing it yourself. Let's take a look at how your orgasms work to understand what has gone wrong and what you can do about it.

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Your orgasms are simple from the outside due to a lot of complicated neurological and biochemical processes going on automatically; under the hood, so to speak. Your neural network does not consist of copper wiring. Impulses to your body and feedback to your brain use compounds called neurotransmitters, which float from receptors in one end of each nerve cell to the corresponding receptors in the next cell in the fiber. When you over-stimulate a nerve, the neurotransmitters get stuck in the receptors, and the specific sensation associated with them gets reduced in apparent strength.
Biochemically, you need a certain amount of testosterone to fuel your orgasms, as well as to recover afterward, but your body can only generate so much of it in a given span of time. Burn your way through your supply faster than you can replenish it, and your orgasms aren't the only things that will suffer.
Your body also doesn't operate very well when your adrenal glands are firing constantly. Like testosterone, you need a certain amount of it in your system to stay healthy, but too much of it will still lead to problems like sexual exhaustion. It's a bad idea to brag about having this, because it can lead to serious health conditions like migraine-scale headaches, blurred vision and increased susceptibility to infections, especially in your cervic, urethra, bladder and uterus among others.
Home Repair
Your body needs time to repair itself. Therefore, you should plan to have no orgasms for three solid weeks. If you cannot quit completely, try to go for no more than one every three or four days.
While you're waiting, you should try to take in more zinc and B-vitamins, as they are critical to body-tissue repair. Properly-prepared oysters' reputation as an aphrodisiac stems from the high concentrations of both nutrients; likewise crab and lobster. Lean red meats and toasted wheat-germ are good supplies of zinc; B-vitamins appear in green, leafy vegetables, dairy products and eggs. Do your own research to find the healthy foods that you like best.
A moderate exercise program will also help, as it boosts your testosterone production; testosterone assists in growth of tissue like muscle and bone, as well as nerves.
You should consider taking an all-natural herbal supplement designed to assist your body in recovering from over-stimulation of this nature. (TRY: Herbal Formula for Clitoral Restoration). It works by helping to restore your hormonal balance, improve microcirculation in areas like your clitoris, and repairing damaged nerve endings.
I also recommend keeping your health-care provider informed about your symptoms and your plan to address them. An expert's opinion on adjusting your dosages or selecting exercise regimens can shave weeks, if not months, off your recovery time.
In the end, remind yourself that you didn't get into this situation overnight, so fixing it will take time. Patient and persistent effort will lead to the results you desire, and you'll enjoy them longer. Good luck!

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