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3 real reasons why your woman does not orgasm

Help her finish every time you have sex.

Written by Tania Tarafdar |Updated : January 19, 2017 11:13 AM IST

Many women have a tough time hitting the climax. While the jury is still out on what excites a woman (erotic novels, sexy innuendos, a particular fragrance or even the memory of someone) and how often women think about sex, it is definitely true that women need sexual release more than men. And if you have tried everything and your tactics of making her orgasm still doesn t work, these could be the possible reasons.

1. She needs lube: It is a possibility that your woman is turned on mentally but has a problem getting wet. If she has a hard time getting lubricated, you should use a lube to make sex more comfortable and pleasurable for her. Here s a complete guide for choosing the best lube for her.

2. Lack of arousal: Many women also find it difficult to climax because they are not psychologically aroused. While you may think you have mastered the foreplay, sometimes it is just about pressing the right buttons physically. If you want ideas on how you can light the fire, here are a few ways you can turn your woman on.

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3. Her age: According to a study published in the Journal of Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, women in their twenties have more trouble hitting the climax than women who are in their thirties[1]. The reason is that younger women have less experience in the bedroom and it can take them a long time to discover what sets them off. Also, you are more likely to orgasm with long-term partners and younger women often get into newer relationships. So if you want to make your partner reach climax, just ask her to speak up. Opening the lines of communication will help you figure what she really likes and what works for her. Every woman should have these 5 kinds of orgasm.

Reference:

Ambler, D. R., Bieber, E. J., & Diamond, M. P. (2012). Sexual Function in Elderly Women: A Review of Current Literature. Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 5(1), 16 27.

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