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Myth 1:  Generally, women can attain orgasm only through sexual intercourse

Fact: One of three women gets orgasms on a regular basis during sexual intercourse. Few can attain orgasms with sexual intercourse but require extra acts to arouse action. Recent studies show that an orgasm is a sexual climax no matter which way you get it. How a woman reaches an orgasm has nothing to do with her mental health or emotional maturity.

Myth 2: Lacking the power to reach orgasm means that something is wrong with the women or her spouse

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Fact: Women who were capable of sexual climax in the past, but can no more do so, may be troubled with some medical issues or fallout from medicinal drugs. Women who have never arrived at sexual climax successfully, may simply be unaware about what they need to be able to attain orgasm.

Myth 3: Clitoris or G-spot stimulation of 5 minutes can result in orgasm, post that there is no chance of success

Fact: While there are lots of ways of love making that can help a woman reach sexual climax, in the end, a woman is the cause for her own pleasure. Intercommunication between partners is important as well. It is up to the woman to communicate with her partner. You have to tell your man what he should do, where to touch you, how to stimulate you and control the penile thrusts that will match with your own rhythm.

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Myth 4: Hereditary and genes have a straight impact on the female orgasm

Fact: This twin-based grounds show that orgasm frequency has a mild hereditary component. However, hereditary factors are the reasons for only a third of the population-level variation in female orgasm.

Myth 5: A few women are simply not capable of achieving orgasm

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Fact: About 10% of women have the disability of not attaining sexual climax during sexual intercourse. This inability to reach orgasm is known as Anorgasmia. It may either be primary or secondary. Primary Anorgasmia is a stage in which a woman has never been able to attain sexual climax by any means. Secondary Anorgasmia is an orgasm felt at some point in the past times or situational (orgasm may be felt in certain intimate spots but not others; for instance, with foreplay but not with sexual intercourse). This condition may require medical help or elongated foreplay, finding out her erogenous zones and working on them longer than normal.

On the whole, orgasm is something every woman should have and enjoy.


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