Each person has a unique experience of orgasm but common experiences include changes in breathing, a feeling of warmth, sweating, body vibrations, altered consciousness, or an urge to moan or cry out. Many women deal with orgasmic dysfunction at some point in their lives. We had this incredible sexual attraction and energy right from the get go. So clearly many women are having orgasms — so why not during intercourse? Part of individual or couples therapy focuses on how you view sexual intercourse.
If you have orgasmic dysfunction, you may find therapy to be particularly helpful.
Also, Cass says "there are short ligaments that join the clitoral hood [the fold of skin surrounding the glans] to the vulva, so when the vulva's being incidentally moved during penetration, that is actually stimulating the glans of the clitoris. According to several major surveys, only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic during sexual intercourse. Bio identical hormones changed my world when I started taking them in my late 60s. Darlene on July 24, at Women may have difficulty reaching orgasm due to physical, emotional, or psychological factors.