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Size and Location of Clitoris May Affect Orgasm

Nov 12, 2014

In these cases, women may need to be treated for the associated conditions. For example, a diabetic woman might take steps to keep her blood sugar under control. Counseling may be suggested for sexual abuse survivors or women with depression or anxiety.

Sex therapy is another option. Some women attend sex therapy sessions with their partners and learn better communication skills so they can explain what they need to feel sexually satisfied. But seeing a sex therapist alone can have benefits, as patients can learn more about sex and process their sexual feelings and beliefs.


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Resources

International Society for Sexual Medicine

“What is anorgasmia?”

http://www.issm.info/education-for-all/sexual-health-qa/what-is-anorgasmia

The Journal of Sexual Medicine

Oakley, Susan H., MD, et al.

“Clitoral Size and Location in Relation to Sexual Function Using Pelvic MRI”

(Full-text. First published online: February 13, 2014)

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jsm.12450/full

Psychology Today

Castleman, Michael

“So THAT'S How It Feels...”

(July 1, 2012)

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201207/so-thats-how-it-feels

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