Becoming a Multi-Orgasmic Woman
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According to experts, as few as 30% of women achieve orgasm from intercourse. In her new book, The Multi-Orgasmic Woman, Rachel Carlton Abrams, MD, offers advice for achieving extended and multiple orgasms, combining the sexual wisdom of the East with the best of Western medical research. We talked about the techniques and exercises offered to increase "chi" or "life energy" that are supposed to help women learn how to reach intense, prolonged, whole-body orgasms when Abrams was our guest on July 5, 2005.
The opinions expressed herein are the guests' alone and have not been reviewed by a WebMD physician. If you have questions about your health, you should consult your personal physician. This event is meant for informational purposes only.
The majority of women who complain of sexual problems in the United States have trouble with decreased desire or decreased libido. I devote an entire chapter to this because it is so important. There are many things women can do to increase desire. Desire is important because it is desire, or sexual energy, that allows women to build up the desire they need to reach orgasm or multiple orgasms. In The Multi-Orgasmic Woman I give many exercises and also questions to women that help them find their own desires and increase it in their life and in their bodies to facilitate orgasm and multiple orgasms.
The second component that is necessary for orgasm or multiple orgasm is knowing your pleasure anatomy -- identifying your particular hot spots and exactly what it is that you need to do for yourself or ask for to have full pleasure.
It is also important to remove any roadblocks to desire, which could include medications, such as antidepressants, high blood pressure medications, or even birth control pills or patches.
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