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Anorgasmia in Women

By: KR Gregg
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Publisher's Summary

Anorgasmia is the lack of frequency of orgasms in sexual stimulation. By far this is a condition related to women, with an incidence of 5-10%. I have written a book on sexual stimulation in marriage, Sexuality in Marriage After Fifty, but despite increased stimulation, some women have difficulty with achieving a satisfactory orgasm.

There is not magic treatment for this condition. Various therapies are used, and most will at least increase your satisfaction with sex. I will go over this condition with you and discuss the various options available.

I cannot guarantee success for you—that is, enabling you to have an orgasm—but you will know a great deal more about it.

I have other books such as Know Your Masturbation, Know Your Clitoris, and Know Your Orgasm, but this book is directed specifically for those who are having difficulty achieving one.

©2023 Kelly Gregg (P)2023 Kelly Gregg
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