Many women have trouble reaching orgasm. One reason is that women by nature are multi-taskers and it is hard for them to turn off their brains. However, most women will agree that they would like to be able to achieve more orgasms. Here are some tips that were shared on the popular television show Dr. Oz.
Dr. Oz is the host of the Dr. Oz show. He is also a practicing physician.
Recently he did a segment that centered on some findings that the Journal of Sexual Medicine found in their latest surveys. These findings included these facts:
• 1 out of 4 women were having sex 2 to 3 times a week
• Women were receiving oral sex as much as they were giving it
• 60% of men up to the age of 70 masturbated
• 75% of women between the ages of 20-60 had masturbated at least once in their lifetime
• Men believed that they helped their partner achieve orgasm at least 85% of the time
• Women reported that they actually achieved orgasm about 65% of the time
Since men can generally reach orgasm within 7 and ½ minutes and a woman takes 20 minutes to reach orgasm, what can be done to help a woman increase her chances of actually reaching orgasm?
1. We need to find a way to speed up a woman’s sexual desire and slow down a man’s sexual desire. The perfect way to do this is by trying some of the essential arousal gels and oils that are sold at most drug stores to help speed up a woman’s sexual desire. They average around $10. You can also purchase special condoms at the drug store that has the added ingredient benzocaine inside the tip to help slow down the man’s sexual desire to help the woman catch up with him.
2. A woman may want to consider a different birth control method, such as the new IUD. This is a small contraceptive that one’s doctor will place inside a woman’s uterus to stop pregnancy. Many women may find that they have a decrease in their sexual drive while taking birth control pills and this would be another option to prevent pregnancy. However, IUD’s will not prevent STD’s. Therefore condoms should still be used if one isn’t in a monogamous relationship.
Yes, a woman can achieve orgasm. There are ways in which she and her partner can increase her chances in doing so. Yet, if one continues to have trouble even after trying several ideas, one should not be too embarrassed to discuss the problem with her doctor. Orgasm and sex should be a part of everyone’s relationships and lives.