Too Much Of A Buzz - My Husband Gets Frustrated Because I Take Too Long

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By Sasha Johnson Conditions: Women's Vaginal Insensitivity Causes: vibrator damage Symptoms: clitoral insensitivity Age: 18 - 35

Learn how a woman has lost her orgasm over intense stimulation, and how she can bring it back without the good vibrations.

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I believe that I might be losing sensitivity in my clitoris by using an intensely strong vibrator with nodules that you plug in. It seems harder and harder to have an orgasm with it. Now it takes a very long time to orgasm while using it. I have never been able to masturbate by hand. I am on anti-depressants and I take vitamin C. I do have some dizziness every once in a while, but nothing serious. Blood tests were done and everything came out okay. I have trouble just relaxing and letting go. I would just love to be able to have an orgasm without all this stuff in the way. My husband gets frustrated because I take too long. Is there anything I can do to bring back the sensitivity?


It's no secret that every woman loves her vibrator. Some of them do things that completely surpass our wildest dreams. However, it's very important not to go overboard with the good vibrations. Just recently my significant other and I experimented with a small vibrating ring. 

The Breaking Buzz
The sensation it created was mind blowing. . .Until the orgasm hit. It was powerful and amazing, but right afterwords the vibrating sensation became painful for me and left my poor boyfriend numb. I was pretty surprised with the after math of our new toy. I learned that, like most amazing things, it's only mind blowing in moderation.
My first tip would be to forgo using this “intensely strong” vibrator all together. Your clitoris is becoming desensitized and severely damaged because it's being over worked. Essentially, the intense vibrations have caused a disturbance within the clitoral erectile nerves and tissue. This scaring, usually referred to as collagen scaring, forms over the erectile tissues and will eventually deaden the erectile clitoris.
It's really a coin toss when it comes to taking anti-depressants. While SNRIs can be very effective in decreasing depression, they can reek havoc on our sex lives. The most common sexual side effects include a noticeable loss of libido, a decrease of lubrication for women and erection in men, and delayed orgasm. The very lucky few might experience an increase of libido and sporadic orgasm.
It's important to understand that these side effects are very common for people who take anti-depressants. An average of 60% of patients treated for depression experience these problems. This happens to people who take medication such as Bupropion, because it raises our serotonin levels which often has a negative impact on our arousal. 
Clitoral Rehab
My second tip would be to remember that sex is supposed to be an enjoyable, relaxing, experience. Don't over think it. If you're only worried about reaching orgasm, chances are you never will because you're not fully in the moment, luxuriating in the experience.

Try utilizing tools that help you relax when you're not engaging in a sexual act. Powerful herbal blend (formulated from: Natural Clitoral Revitalization formulation) will help in the revitalization of the clitoral tissue. They will also help to ease the depression and elevate stress. Mexican Wild Yam, is another great herb that will help bring back that arousal, once the clitoris has had time to heal.

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