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Female Anorgasmia

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Transcript of Female Anorgasmia

Is the persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase (Masters, 1970).
Directed Masturbation
Masturbation is a source of pleasure enjoyed by many people and displays a great deal of therapeutic effects (Kohlenberg, 1974).
Female Orgasmic Disorder
Types of Treatment
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There are four types of female anorgasmia:
Different Types of Anorgasmia
Directed Masturbation
Women who are anorgamic undergo a nine step masturbatory program. Each of the steps are done in one week intervals

Step 1 – Self- awareness
Step 2 – Tactical and visual exploration
Step 3 – Locate sensitive areas
Step 4 – Pleasure producing areas
Step 5 – Masturbate until orgasm
Step 6 – Masturbate with assistance of vibrator
Step 7 – Masturbate with partner observation
Step 8 – Partner assisted masturbation
Step 9 - Intercourse with genital stimulation

Female Anorgasmia
(Masters, 1970)

Is an anxiety reduction technique that involves a step-by-step sequence of body touching exercises, moving from nonsexual to sexual touching of each other's body.
Couples are encouraged to identify sexually sensitive areas on their body that increase stimulation.
Systematic Desensitization
A treatment method for sexual disorders used to reduce anxiety provoking sexual situations.
Four components for treatment
Relax body
List anxiety provoking situations
Imagine the feared situation
Engage in activity
After going through systematic desensitization treatment, 82% of women had the ability to discuss sexual topics, participated in sexual activities without anxiety, and experienced orgasm following treatment.
(Andersen, 1983)
Focuses on non-verbal communication
Masturbation is the best way of producing an orgasm and often the most intense.

Research reported that the average woman reached orgasm, 95% or more of her masturbatory attempts.

This number exceeds the ability to reach an orgasm during intercourse.
(Kinsey et al, 1953)

(LoPiccolo et al., 1972)

Primary
- When a female has never experienced an orgasm.


Secondary
- Female used to have orgasms but now has trouble reaching climax.


Situational
- Orgasm only happens during certain circumstances like masturbation or oral sex.


General
- Female is not able to orgasm any time in any situation or with a partner.
Causes of Anorgasmia
Medical diseases
Gynecologic issues
Medications
Alcohol and smoking
Aging
Psychological causes
Relationship issues
Limitations
Under reported
Lack of research
Sexism
Fear
References
Andersen, B. L. (1983). Primary orgasmic dysfunction: Diagnostic consideration and review of
treatment. Psychological Bulletin, 93(1), 105-136
Kohlenberg, R. J. (1974). Directed masturbation and the treatment of primary orgasmic dysfunction. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 4(3), 349-356.
LoPiccolo, J. & Lobitz, W. C. (1972). The role of masturbation in the treatment of orgasmic
dysfunction. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2, 163-171.
Masters W, & Johnson V. (1970). Human sexual response. Boston: Little Brown.

Orgasmic Meditation
is a practice that combines the power and attention of meditation with the deeply human, deeply felt, and connected experience of orgasm.
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