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No Orgasm is it thyroid

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 24, 2009
  • 02:28 AM

I am 28 and I recently started having sex with my boyfriend and we had sex recently and he always have an orgasm and I never seem to at all. I even experienced being completely dry which never happen until recently I am at least usually very wet just don't have an orgasm. I am wondering since I been having lots of issues with my hypothyroism if this is the problem just want this to be over with. I don't know what else to try to have an orgasm and nothing. I even masturbate and just doesn't work for me not sure if the thyroid meds are doing this to me or what..Help

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  • Try getting into a room by yourself, turn calming music on like ocean waves, put candles in the room, set the mood. Try female toys like a vibrator, and ****o. If you have one then it might just be your boyfriend not being able to excite you and the chemistry in off. It also might be simply you not relaxing enough when you are with someone. I can definitely understand how frustrating that is. I have trouble with this also, but my problem is I can not have one by simply having sex. I need a vibrator to make it happen. Therapists will tell you it is because of something traumatic that happened to you sexually in the past and having a hard time feeling relaxed around others because of this. Frustrating!
    me'shel 4 Replies
    • October 29, 2009
    • 06:06 PM
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  • I am 28 and I recently started having sex with my boyfriend and we had sex recently and he always have an orgasm and I never seem to at all. I even experienced being completely dry which never happen until recently I am at least usually very wet just don't have an orgasm. I am wondering since I been having lots of issues with my hypothyroism if this is the problem just want this to be over with. I don't know what else to try to have an orgasm and nothing. I even masturbate and just doesn't work for me not sure if the thyroid meds are doing this to me or what..HelpHi there,Lack of orgasm could be related to your hypothyroidism. Check whether you have Hashimoto thyroiditis (antibodies against your thyroid enzymes). If you have a thyroid problem you are gluten intolerant. Follow a gluten free diet lifetime. Chinese medicine is very effective in treating the thyroid problem. There is probably a cellular memory of a trauma in your vaginal wall that prevents you of orgasming as well. You have to do tissue memory release.Dr B
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 14, 2010
    • 09:16 PM
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  • Cellular memory of trauma in the vaginal wall? I don't believe that.Sounds like a nerve/neurological problem to me, not memories stuck in vaginal tissues.
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