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Orgasmic Dysfunction treatment
at the Huddersfield and Manchester Hypnotherapy Clinic

This problem is common in women. Some women have never experienced an orgasm at any point in their lives. The inability to have an orgasm when the woman is enjoying sexual intercourse is known as Anorgasmia.

There are three main types of orgasmic dysfunction:

  • Primary.
  • Situational.
  • Secondary.

The condition is referred to as 'primary' when the female has never experienced orgasm through any means of stimulation. 'Situational' orgasmic dysfunction is where a women has achieved orgasm in some manner other than intercourse, through masturbation or mutual stimulation by her partner. 'Secondary' orgasmic dysfunction is where a woman has attained orgasm in the past but is currently non-orgasmic.

Women who have primary orgasmic dysfunction appear to characterise about 15% of all women. Surveys generally suggest that somewhere between 33% to 50% of women experience orgasm infrequently and are dissatisfied with how often they reach orgasm.

Orgasmic dysfunction occurs due to feelings of anxiety associated with having sex but can be a consequence of medical problems such as nutritional deficiencies, diabetes, and a decrease in vaginal circulation.

Take steps to becoming orgasmic...

People often visit me with various types of sexual problems so please be assured that you will feel at ease discussing such issues with me. You will find me completely non-judgemental and easy going so you'll feel at ease when you visit me at the Huddersfield Hypnotherapy Clinic or the Manchester Hypnotherapy Clinic (UK). If you would like help to overcome anorgasmia, then please contact me to arrange a free consultation with no obligation so that we can have a chat about your specific needs and allow me to inform you of the ways in which I will be able to assist.

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