Women who suffer with anorgasmia no longer need to suffer. The Celebrator II can help.
- Difficulty reaching orgasm
- Not being able to have an orgasm
- Weak orgasms
Anorgasmia can appear suddenly or be something you have had your entire life. Anorgasmia can be situational with certain partners or just specific situations that may remind you, consciously or subconsciously, of a past trauma that you have experienced or someone close to you has experienced. Some women even experience for no specific reason difficulty reaching orgasm and there seems to be no rhyme or reason to it.
- Anxiety or depression and/or the medication's associated with them
- History of sexual abuse
- Guilt of having sex or being sexually active
- Lack of experience as to what you personally find sexually stimulating
- Emotional stress
- A deep inner feeling of not being attracted – poor body image
- Poor emotional intimacy - it is often said that a woman's brain is her largest sex organ
- Unresolved arguments between you and your lover
- Poor communication about what turns you on sexually. If your partner does not know the best way to turn you on, he will not achieve orgasm. Communicate your sexual needs and wants in the moment.
- Gynecological problems such as a hysterectomy or cancer can affect the ability for a woman to have an orgasm.
- Medication such as anti-depressants such as SSRIs
- Smoking an alcohol – alcohol can numb you inhibiting sexual stimulation and Smoking constricts blood vessels, limiting blood flow to the female erogenous zones.
- Age can also be a factor making it more difficult for women to achieve orgasm. Anorgasmia can arise as women get older and especially after menopause.
- The Celebrator II is not a medical device. The Celebrator II was not marketed or sold as a medical device.