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Size and Location of Clitoris May Affect Orgasm

Nov 12, 2014

They worked with a group of thirty women. Ten of the women were anorgasmic; the rest had no trouble with orgasms.

Each woman underwent a pelvic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test. Looking at the results, the researchers discovered that the clitoral glans was smaller on the anorgasmic women when compared to the orgasmic women. Also, the anorgasmic women had more space between the clitoris and the vagina.

Given these results, it’s possible that anorgasmic women may need to try different sexual positions or activities to climax.

Anorgasmia isn’t completely explained by anatomy, however. A number of factors can interfere with orgasm, such as past sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, and illnesses like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. Women who don’t have much sexual experience or those who feel guilty about enjoying sex may also have trouble with orgasms.

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