Lack of female orgasm is a Real Medical Condition

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Neurological and Vascular responses of genital organs are a direct result of the central nervous system. With a significant impact on a woman’s sexual functions and her ability/inability to achieve an orgasm.

 

Neurological diseases have a significant impact on women’s sexual functions and her ability to achieve an orgasm, because the vascular responses of genital organs are a direct result of the central nervous system.

By understanding how physical medical conditions and pharmacology (both prescribed and OTC medication) negatively affects sexual functions, and the negative impact the lack of female orgasm causes in the treatment of neurological diseases, solutions are possible to be offered.

 

“the clitoral bodies are composed of vascular tissue similar to that found in men. Decreases in clitoral and vaginal blood flow are thought to be potential causes of FSD
(Berman, Berman & Goldstein, 1999).

“Certain classes of drugs are known to inhibit or delay orgasm, particularly antidepressant medications……….Additionally, any medication that has central or peripheral nervous system peripheral nervous system: see nervous system.  effects can potentially disrupt orgasmic capacity and libido.”

Unfortunately many sexually active women who suffer with a chronic neurologic disease are often times unaware of the affect the disease has on their sexual response and that there are treatments for solutions.

Sexuality is commonly a neglected topic by doctors often out of their embarrassments and/or lack of sexual wellness knowledge and yet this is an important component of a women’s ability to cope with her illness.

 

“When a woman with a chronic neurologic disease is still sexually active, or desires to have a sexual relationship, it is important to openly acknowledge her sexuality and how it can be affected by the disease. This is a commonly neglected component of the patient’s care, and may be an important element in her ability to cope with her illness. Recognition of FSD in these women, as a consequence of both physiologic and psychological causes, is crucial to the holistic care of their disease. Disease-specific treatment is limited at this time, due to a lack of knowledge about the anatomy and physiology of the female sexual response.”
The Journal of Sex Research Female Sexual Function in Neurologic Disease author Yang, Claire C  MD published Aug 1, 2000
As we know, when patients achieve greater physical pleasure, their emotional well-being is greatly enhanced enabling patients to better deal with their entire medical condition.
Medical therapeutic solutions in patients with orgasm difficulty who suffer with a diminished central nervous system it is suggested to improve the genital response while maximizing genital sensation as part of the overall treatment, and the vibrator is the prescription.
“In the context of a chronic neurologic illness, inadequate sensory input to the central nervous system is likely a very prominent factor in FSD. For women who have decreased genital sensation, or who fail to orgasm because of inadequate genital afferent input to the CNS, use of vibrators may overcome the sensory deficit in some instances by providing genital stimulation at greater intensity.”
The Journal of Sex Research Female Sexual Function in Neurologic Disease author Yang, Claire C  MD published Aug 1, 2000

It is virtually impossible for any human finger or tongue to oscillate at speeds of a vibrator in order to maximize genital stimulation and sensations.  Perhaps one might think of the vibrator as ‘one of life’s tools’ just as eyeglasses improve the quality of sight, the vibrator will improve the quality of your sex life.

The vibrator was a medical marvel when it was invented in 18xx as a medical instrument and is still recognized today for its health benefits in the holistic care of individuals.

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