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Dealing Effectively with Women's Sexual Dysfunction and Difficulty Achieving Orgasm



Dealing Effectively with Women's Sexual Dysfunction and Difficulty Achieving Orgasm
Sexual dysfunction is an important and often hidden challenge. Understanding the reasons behind sexual dysfunction is the first step is regaining a great sex life. There are a multitude of reasons for sexual dysfunction, especially for women. In this article, you will find out why sexual dysfunctions occur, and what you (or a loved one) can do about it if challenged by this condition. Knowledge is power, understanding is the goal.
There are a multitude of physical reasons for decreased or absent sexual sensitivity in women. Most common in the author's clinical observations is mal-placement of the pelvic organs triggering a cascade which results in the clitoris not being allowed to effectively project beyond its protective sheath in arousal. Remote visceral causes are often linked to the placement of the liver and sigmoid colon, both of which eventually can prevent clitoral descent. This happens through a process called a cascade, where one thing triggers another problem, in turn setting off another thing again.

Other factors that often accompany reduced sensitivity and sexual orgasm typically centre on child birth, both natural and caesarean. Injury can also be a significant factor with the injurious incident often well documented but the treatment of that damage far less than satisfactory.

Injury, physical injury, following sexual assault/abuse often results in anorgasmia but is blamed upon the psychological aspects of the assault, rather than the less understood physical impacts. Motor vehicle accidents, impacts and other injuries are often key events in acquired anorgasmia.

A very small (really, really small) number of women and men have anatomical challenges preventing sexual function due to congenital abnormality. This is the only significant class of challenges that visceral manipulation is unable to address effectively. In these cases, the structures needed for sexual function simply have not formed or are not formed well enough to achieve function. Texts vary in statistics, but incidence is commonly cited as only a few per million.

Exposing the Myth that Some Women just can't Orgasm

A far too often cited myth is that it is normal for many women to simply be unable to achieve orgasm. This is utter fabricated hooey! With a reasonably healthy body, there is NO reason that a woman can't achieve orgasm. The female has more nerve endings and better genital placement of those nerve endings than the male does. There is no physical reason that a woman of reasonable health should fail to achieve orgasm.

A few (real world) caveats before we get too carried away here

We do need to mention the very real function that foreplay and seduction plays in getting a woman's mind and body in synch. A very interesting fact is that physiologically, a woman may achieve physical arousal far more quickly than a male. Female arousal is far less 'obvious' than in a male and many times this physical response goes un-noticed (why Viagra does not work for women).

From here on, we will assume that the woman we are talking about is developmentally normal, in a fulfilling relationship and has a sufficiently skilled lover.

Mechanisms of anorgasmia

I will stick to the common term, "anorgasmia" despite the fact that it is much more correctly called, "dysorgasmia". (Dys~ = incorrect) Anorgasmia (lack of the ability to orgasm) is most commonly treated (by the author) through external manipulation of the pelvic organs. The work is performed fully clothed (gym clothes are ideal) and all work is done respecting the feelings and needs of the client. The reasons visceral manipulation is so powerful in sexual function issues are two-fold.

One - the sheath that protects the ultra-sensitive clitoris is purpose built and very effective. If the clitoris is unable to project beyond its protective sheath, there is simply no way that full sensation will happen. Everything will be muted! This is often the case where a woman 'can, but it takes a lot' [of pressure or effort].

Two - discomfort and pain. If the vagina is subjected to misplacement, from whatever source, direct or indirect, discomfort and pain may result during any form or sexual arousal, much less activity! This is far more common that generally thought. If the uterus is not in its correct position, the cervix can't be either. This literally means one wall of the vagina is going to be in a state of distension. One 'bump' into this section during sex and you've just found a great big "off switch". Naturally, physical stress on the vaginal wall can significantly affect lubrication too.

How Visceral Manipulation can help

Using gentle and respectful techniques, the pelvic organ's relative positions and placements can be assisted into a state of greater ease. Most commonly worked upon structures are the ligaments that position the uterus, uterine tubes, bladder, vagina and other structures of the pelvis. The problem can also originate far away from the pelvis; this is where a skilled therapist comes in to follow the problem to its source.

Naturally, such misalignments can also drastically affect fertility. Thankfully, these same factors in most cases respond well to visceral manipulation. It is interesting that in many cases the author has observed these two factors, infertility and anorgasmia, are typically found concurrently.

A number of structures directly and indirectly affect a ligamentous structure that suspends the clitoris and permits clitoral descent and function during natural arousal. These are often tied directly into the function of the muscular structures of the lower abdomen and also the tensions within the peritoneum. Dysfunctions in these regions are more typically addressed using a combination of short and long lever techniques.

How is this done in practice?

The first thing to state categorically is that NO internal work is ever done in the Author's practice. It is un-necessary. Clients are typically fully clothed. The practitioner's hands are positioned with notice and regard for the boundaries of the client always. Clients are invited to directly check what is happening as well as having the goals of each movement described in as much detail as they desire. The key-word here is respect.

Most of the time, client's will feel a very specific set of gentle pressures applied to different structures through the abdomen and be asked to move in a very specific way to facilitate the actual release.

Most women are VERY surprised at how little the author's techniques seem to intrude upon their modesty, even if they've had visceral manipulation work in the past. Visceral Manipulation does not work on the mechanisms of arousal; it works on the structures preventing correct response to arousal. Like all Visceral Manipulation, techniques are done sparingly and relatively quickly with quite long interim periods, typically two or more weeks between visits.

Sometimes a woman will be asked to come in at roughly the same time of her cycle to address a particular problem. This is more the exception than the normal though.