he suggested masturbating. I thought, "Are you kidding me?" Around the same time, I saw an ad in a business journal for The Medical Center for Female Sexuality that said, "Can't have an orgasm? Don't know what an orgasm is? Sexually unsatisfied?" It really spoke to me. So I started seeing a doctor at the Center in January of 2011, right after I had finished nursing my second child (I was 41 at the time). The doctor did a lot of bloodwork on me and said I had very low testosterone levels—a significantly low level, in fact—and that I'd need more to get my body more interested in sex.She started hormone treatments and was told to watch porn. With the medical concerns attended to and a little visual aide, Anna stuck to the treatment for a year but still no orgasm. Anna says they decided on a slight strategy shift:
I bought a couple of vibrators and start practicing with them. Beginning that second year of treatment, we also changed the approach, and I was injected with time-release capsules that had a much stronger dosage of testosterone. My husband and I spent about 45 minutes fooling around and having sex. It was one of our longest sessions ever. All I remember is, 'Now I know what I've been missing!' It was more powerful than I'd expected; it felt like an electric current was going through my body—extremely pleasurable. It was a huge release.Eventually, the effects of the testosterone became too much, with increased facial hair and constant thinking about sex. They decided to stop the hormone treatments because now, Anna was having regular orgasms while using a plug in vibrator (it is stronger than the battery operated variety). If you are a woman who, no matter what you try, cannot orgasm, Anna says this is a route worth checking out. Consult your doctor, have your hormone levels tested and go from there. It may just be the answer for you. No one should be missing out on orgasms.
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