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Please help! I am having trouble with orgasms. I am going out with a guy and have been for 6 week now. I see him everyday and we are deffinetly in love and we both know that! My problem is he doesnt satisfy me and I think he is getting very offered by it! Ive nearly come to having some kind of orgasm but it didnt come to anything! I really dont know what to do ive try so many things but cant seem to get anywhere! Ive near had an orgasm in my life properly, its always almost and that is only from the clit region but even there it is hard to get one! from penitration its impossible a dont get anything! I have tried mastabation but I dont seem to get anywhere either! I just not sure what to do! Please help
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I suggest you take a look at Sexual Response and Orgasm A Users Guide and "I can't orgasm from intercourse!" first of all.

And remember that most women need stimulation of the clitoris in order to reach orgasm, and can't reach orgasm from penetration alone - that's perfectly normal.

It sounds as if you also need to communicate to your partner that if you don't reach orgasm, this doesn't mean he's doing anything "wrong" and it certainly isn't intended to offend him - it just means that at the moment you find it difficult to reach orgasm.

It can take a while to get to know your own body and its responses, and orgasm is made even less likely if you're worrying about it - so try to take the pressure off and remember that orgasm isn't the only point of sex.

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Yeah, it's normal.

I've been with my boyfriend for 3 years, and the only time I've reached orgasm with him through sex was when I was stimulating my clitoris.

...i've done all i can do; could i please come with you?

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all of these masturbation questions! I think it's so cool that women are enjoying ourselves like we should be doing.

Just don't worry about having one. It's not the greatest thing in the world. You're missing out on all the neat subtleties that happen during the entire duration of good sex. If stimulating your clit region during intercourse feels good, keep doing it! or, teach him to do it for you. half the fun is figuring your bodies out together.

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