Trouble with the Big O: When She Reaches Orgasm during Masturbation, Her Pleasure is Mingled with Pain

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By Jean Dohm Conditions: Women's Orgasm Difficulty Causes: vibrator damage Age: 18 - 35

She can only reach orgasm during masturbation, and she occasionally uses water jets and vibrators to enhance her pleasure. The problem is that her orgasms are tinged with pain. She wants to climax during sexual intercourse, but she must first stop the pain that’s intruding on her sex life.

Case #: 
1351

Concern:

I have masturbated with a water jet since age 12 or so, and then by 18 years old, I used a vibrator or water jet. However, I don’t often use these. I notice at times that when I am getting ready to have an orgasm, I get shooting pains in different directions in my lower abdomen. Although the orgasm feels nice, it is mixed with pain. What can I do for that along with stopping the use of mechanical devices? I have never had an orgasm with human touch and would like to restore my body to be able to experience this.

Discussion:

While many people believe it’s impossible to feel pain during orgasm, the exact opposite is the truth. The reality is that many women experience pain at times of masturbation and intercourse. Some feel discomfort during penetration, while others feel abdominal cramping before, during and after masturbation. Anytime you experience sexual pain, you must explore why in order to maintain optimal states of physical and emotional health.
 
The Effects of Estrogen
Estrogen is a female hormone responsible for many functions within the body, most of which are related to sexual and reproductive health. One of the most important duties of estrogen is to maintain healthy tissue in and around the vagina. It does the same for the uterus, two organs that are connected to each other by the cervix.
 
When estrogen levels are too high or too low, women tend to experience pain during intercourse and orgasm. A decline in estrogen causes vaginal walls to become thin and fragile. The vagina’s environment also becomes less acidic, thus making it more susceptible to harmful bacteria and fungi. As a result, women may experience uncomfortable discharge, tears or cracks in the vaginal lining and pain when the G-spot is stimulated.
 
In the past, women believed their hormone levels naturally remained healthy until menopause. Today, it is widely accepted that estrogen levels can become imbalanced during times of stress and while taking oral contraceptives. This means that hormones can lose their stability at nearly any age.
 
Muscle Contractions
As already discussed, one of estrogen’s roles is to stimulate the growth of thick, healthy tissue in the uterus. A decline in this hormone’s levels can cause the uterus to become thin and brittle. This in and of itself can make orgasm painful.
 
Although it is not a sexual organ, the uterus plays an important role in healthy orgasms. This is because its intricate network of nerves connects directly with the clitoris and vagina. During orgasm, muscles throughout a female’s pelvic region rapidly contract. The uterus also contracts, squeezing and relaxing multiple times during an approximate 15-second time span. Any disruption in hormone levels, however, can cause pain during these contractions that radiates throughout the abdomen.
 
Nerve Damage
In addition to orgasm pain, the other spectrum of your problem is clitoral and vaginal insensitivity. This explains your inability to orgasm during intercourse. The likely culprit is over-masturbation with vibrators and water jets. Sex and masturbation alike yield a wealth of health benefits that cannot be overlooked. Engaging excessively, however, can cause temporary damage to nerve endings.
 
You must remember the clitoris and vagina are delicate organs; the former contains 8,000 nerve endings to make it the most sensitive spot on a woman’s body. Sex toys provide direct and pulsating contact to these nerves that can desensitize them over time. You’re right in thinking you need to stop the use of these apparatuses; your body is sending you the message that it needs a break from stimulation.
 
Herbal Remedy to the Rescue
When talking about nerve damage to the genitalia, you must remember it is temporary. One of the best ways to avoid this damage in the future and to hasten your recovery now is with an all-natural herbal remedy. Herbs have the ability to stimulate healthy tissue growth and repair nerves while moderating your body’s hormone levels. (SEE: Herbal Formula for Clitoral Sensitivity Restoration) The result will be increased sensitivity to your clitoris and vagina so you can easily reach orgasm during both masturbation and intercourse.

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