Causes and diagnostic of orgasmic disorder
The orgasmic disorder is a difficulty which is more frequent among women; the intercourse anorgasmy affects about seventy five percent of women, therefore this problem only emerges only during intercourse, since about ninety and ninety five percent of women is capable of reaching an orgasm through self stimulation.
This fact implies two things: the intercourse seems to be a situation with almost no sexual stimulation at all, given that the vagina is less sensitive compared with the clitoris, as a consequence the orgasmic disorder is nothing more but the result of the lack of sexual stimulation during intercourse.
In order to establish a good diagnostic of the disorder, it is important to differentiate the female orgasmic disorder from other sexual disorders which are consequence of other illnesses such as the depression, or other disorders which emerge as a result of the use and abuse of medicines and controlled substances such as anxiolytics, antidepressants, alcohol, antihypertensives and opiates.
In the cases on which the female orgasmic disorder is accompanied by other sexual disorders, it is important to establish the cause for both disorders through the corresponding functional analysis. It turns out to be very interesting to investigate the role of age in the emergence of the female orgasmic disorder, since as the age of the woman is incremented, so is her orgasmic capacity. It is important to point out that the female orgasmic disorder appears from very early stages of the active sexual life of a woman, the frequency of this disorder is decreased as the woman’s age is incremented since she gets to have more sexual experience.
The female orgasmic disorder tends to disappear as the woman acquires more self knowledge of her body and of her sexuality, and as the woman is able to practice a wide variety of sexual experiences and stimuli. In some other cases the female orgasmic disorder can also emerge as a consequence of a psychological blockage produced by a previous negative or traumatic experience.
Most of the causes of orgasmic disorder on men and women are psychological; they emerge as some kind of acquired anxiety which inhibits the natural achievement of an orgasm. The anxiety is normally associated to personal problems or relationship problems, there is also anxiety produced by previous failed sexual encounters, there are cases on which the anxiety is related to a very strict moral or religious education.
Stress and high levels of emotional tension are also triggers of the female orgasmic disorder. Another trigger for this disorder is a decreased sexual desire which can be the result of the intake of certain medicines, or it can also emerge as a result of stress and anxiety. The relationship problems also play an important role on female orgasmic disorder, if one of the partners experiences resentment or a lack of interest for the other partner. If the woman experiences negative feelings in regards to sexual intercourse, then she can also be affected by the orgasmic disorder.