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    An_210655 posted:
    I enjoy having sex but I never have an orgasm
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    wulee717 responded:
    I also have this problem...we've tried different positions that are supposed to hit the "g spot" but still, nothing. Clitoris stimulation during sex seems to be a little more difficult then I thought because mine is so sensitive that it has to be stimulated just the right way in order for me to orgasm from just that alone. Does anyone have any tips for us??
     
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    caitlinsophie replied to wulee717's response:
    Me too. I only come with a vibrator, or very rarely during sex. Maybe 2 or 3 times in my life. My husband tries to make me come during sex, and although he is patient, I know it frustrates him and makes him feel inadequate, and I feel so stressed over it, trying to come for him, it makes it impossible. Plus, I feel like I'm not getting enough out of the sex, and halfway through when I realize I won't come, I kind of give up and wait for it to be over. Neither of us know what to do, and it's making us do it very infrequently. Plus I feel a lack of confidence, so I don't initate sex like I used to, and my husband says this bothers him. Now our marriage is on the rocks and my husband is thinking about leaving me because he is unhappy. I am devastated. We are going to couples therapy in 2 days and I am terrified it won't work and he will leave me.
     
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    An_210656 responded:
    have you try foreplay get your self aroused to the point where you about to explote and then have intercourse, some of us need that. when im not in the mood i just give my hubbie a BJ and i get really turn on to the point that im craving him to be inside of me...
     
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    vesuvius13 responded:
    My wife has a difficult time until she started stimulating herself during intercourse. The best positions seem to be with her on her belly and me behind or with her back on my chest, we start in reverse cowgirl position then she lays back.

    It has really increased the % of times she orgasms during intercourse.
     
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    fuzzyguy replied to vesuvius13's response:
    OK, I know what "cowgirl" is I think, but I am not visualizing whtat a reverse cowgirl position is.

    Help me out her, as my wife also doesn't orgasm as often as she and I would like for her to.
     
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    fuzzyguy replied to fuzzyguy's response:
    One more thing.
    How does she stimulate herself? My wife tells me that she has never masturbated...this might be a hurdle.
     
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    FCL replied to fuzzyguy's response:
    Reverse cowgirl is where she faces your feet rather than your face.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    An_210657 replied to fuzzyguy's response:
    for women it's 80% mental and 20% physical...in my opinion/experience.

    if she hasn't ever masterbated, its something that can really up your sex drive...it does mine anyway, i don't know about during intercourse, as i haven't done it during, but before it helps relieve alot of tension and when you do it to yourself you know your own body better and what physical feelings turn you on. i think her doing this will help her know her body better, which in turn will help both your experiences.

    while either stimulating herself with her fingers/vibrator/ect... visualize/think about certain sensations and feelings, and she'll learn what feels better and what feelings turn her on and bring her to orgasm. trust me...masterbating really helps women know what they like/what brings them to orgasm...knowing your own body is the best way to get there.

    hope that was helpful.
     
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    klanne replied to caitlinsophie's response:
    Try yoga,seriously. It will teach you breathing exercises to help you relax and become more in-tuned with you body. Once you are able to relax and simply enjoy the act of sex,without stressing over orgasm, then you will reach the big "O"!!!!!!


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