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25 Feb 2009

Cannot Orgasm During Sex
Hello i am a little suprised, I read the sex survey and something like 1% of people cannot orgasm during sex (unless with manual stimulation). So i must be among that 1%.. does a sex orgasm feel different from a clitoral orgasm? What am i missing? And could it be medical? I am going to the gyna for a check up next week friday, should i mention this? Any advice please!

PS i have had 6 different sexual partners and it' s never happened.
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01 Jan 0001

a vaginal orgasm will feel differently than a clitoral orgasm. however, no one type of orgasm should be valued higher than another - both are equal. you may ask your gynae to explain to you how to best achieve a vaginal orgasm (usually achieved by stimulating the G-Spot).
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