Basically my problem is very low sex drive. I've never had an orgasm, and don't even get the urge to masturbate. I enjoy foreplay and I fantasise, but sex tends to be either boring/uncomfortable/very rarely arousing, and my fantasies seem broken as I move to actual playing. I've spent the last couple of years struggling with stress and depression, but the good patches/times before that haven't/didn't improve things in this area. I'm getting worried as at first I thought it was a self-esteem thing (I was very naive when I lost my virginity and my then boyfriend was a tad vocal about his displeasure in my being unable to orgasm with him).
Now I'm wondering if it's a hormonal/physical problem. What's the likelihood of this/should I go to the doctor?
Not on the pill, by the way (the other threads I've seen on this seem to be about that).
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- Thread Starter
- 06-02-2010 11:46
- 06-02-2010 14:00
Very few women are able to orgasm through penetration... I know I never have through any form of sexual activities... xD. Sometimes it's just a case of getting to know you're body better. Have you used vibrators? They usually help for this.
About sex being boring... I'm not really sure what to say, sorry =/.
It might be a good idea to go to your doctor if you're worried, it can't hurt and they may be able to help in some way, I'm quite sure it's not that uncommon .
(Original post by Anonymous)
- 06-02-2010 21:15
.....my then boyfriend was a tad vocal about his displeasure in my being unable to orgasm with him).
As for your low libido, you could talk to your doctor about it if you see it as a big problem, often stress can play a big part in it.