I'm writing this on behalf of my girlfriend. During sex or any other sexual activity she is unable to achieve orgasm, she says her clitoris doesn't really provide any stimulation, and after a while neither does her G-spot. She can only achieve orgasm herself not through masturbation, but rather by squeezing her thighs together and her vaginal muscles (the keegal muscle? I believe women have that too) At first she says it feels amazing but after a period of time it begins to feel like nothing and cannot achieve orgasm. Is this neurological or physiological? And if there is no home remedy for this, whom should we go so, a therapist, or a gyno?
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