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Vibrational Destruction

Learn about a woman who feels she's caused herself some sever damage via the vibrator.
Case #: 1308

I’ve recently started to use a powerful vibrator. I masturbate typically around 15 minutes a few days of the week. I realized when I have reached a strong sensation near the clitoris I don’t orgasm. Instead I urinate. I have never been able to climax and I have never had a orgasm. I’m twenty-three years old. Haven’t had surgery and currently on birth control. I don’t masturbate frequently. How can I finally have an orgasm?

I feel like a lot of women are just figuring out that they can't have their cake and eat it too when it comes to vibrators. Masturbation is natural, and no one is saying that you shouldn't express your own self-love. It's more in the way that you do it that has us concerned. When a woman loses vaginal or clitoral sensitivity, the possibilities for the root of the problem are extensive. Some causes include aging, menopause, vibrator abrasions, birth control, surgery, childbirth, hormonal imbalances, or certain medications.
Mostly anything that leads to an increase of estrogen in the body will most likely have some type of adverse affect on our vagina, G-spot, and clitoris. This happens because high levels of estrogen will lessen any nervous sensitivity, and will shrink our erectile cells and tissues.
Vibration Duration

Over time the waves of powerful vibrations has greatly damaged the parasympathetic nervous erectile function within your clitoris, G-spot and the spongy tissues in the vagina and urethra. This damage has created a layer of collagen scarring in the listed areas above, and has induced inflammation in vulva, clitoris, and urethra. Because of this damage, you've developed a frequent urinary urgency, and some nervous incontinence in your urethra and bladder.
Your first steps to recovery will include going cold turkey for a while as far as your vibrator is concerned. I would also suggest abstaining from pleasuring yourself digitally for a few weeks. At this point, any masturbatory action will only aggravate your symptoms further to a point of no return.
How To Fix It

Once you've begun practicing abstinence from your vibrator, you may start to utilize such herbs as Dong Quia, Mexican Wild Yam, Pyrola, Mucuna Pruriens, Maca, and Tribulus. These natural herbs will help to reduce any inflammation centered around the clitoris, repair damaged nerve endings, and oversee that the proper level of DHEA and HGH are being produced within the body. (SEE: Herbal Formula for Clitoral Restoration) They will also provide the essential nutrients for neurotransmitter production and increase blood circulation in the clitoris.
After your body begins the healing process, it may take up to six months to completely heal the area and for your orgasms to fully come back. If the urination during intercourse or masturbation continues I would definitely urge you to seek council through your doctor or OBGYN. Once your body has completely healed, you should limit your vibrator use to about once every two weeks, to ensure a problem like this does not arise again.

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