To say women are complicated sexually is about as obvious as me pointing out you'd be awfully tired if you tried to swim from here to Australia. Everyone knows women find it harder to orgasm than men do. Here's a rundown of the reasons why -- and how to up your chances of enjoying hassle-free sex like he does.
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Temporary lack of desire means you normally love sex but are just going through an off period. Long-term lack of desire means passion hasn't lived at your house for quite some time. Low sensation means you want sex but your body doesn't, refusing to respond physically to erotic arousal of the brain. Your genitals remain dry and you've got a low sensitivity to touch and sensation on your clitoris and vaginal area.
If you're suffering from low sensation, head for your doctor and ask for a referral to a good gynecologist for a full check-up. The problem's usually physically based with common culprits being pelvic surgery like hysterectomy, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, hormonal changes like having a baby and medications.
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