In the final phase of lovemaking — after sufficient stimulation — a woman wants to achieve orgasm. But, many times that doesn’t happen. There are many reasons for that not-so-happy ending including relationship problems, hormonal imbalances, stress and anti-depressant drugs.
“Female orgasmic disorder” (FOD) is the term used for a woman who has never reached an orgasm, or can no longer achieve orgasm.
Many of the anti-depressant drugs allow a woman to enjoy sexual stimulation, get aroused, but then hit a glass ceiling – getting close but no climaxing.
The class of antidepressants know as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil) and anti-anxiety drugs like Xanax and sedatives such as Halcion can delay or impede orgasm. You think you are taking them to feel better but actually they are making your problem worse.
Psychologist have had men using Prozac for a decade, even when they had no symptoms requiring an anti-depressant. The reason was it staved off their orgasms and gave them a silver bullet for premature ejaculation. A quick fix magic pill.
Too many doctors give out too many antidepressants to women. Without really knowing the problem they are ready to write out a prescription and send you on your way. You have to be careful. You have to ask questions. Research shows that long term use of antidepressants can eliminate your ability to orgasm altogether.
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