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Someone call the pleasure police

Someone call the pleasure police

Hello, Pleasure Police? It’s an emergency. Someone stole my pleasure zone and I want it back!

Some women wish they could make that emergency phone call to the Pleasure Police. Your passion and ability to climax seem long gone, and you want them back.

Intimacy is a uniquely human experience. There are so many emotions wrapped up in our connectedness to our partners. Feelings of stress, anxiety, and distractions often lead to a less satisfying sex life.  

We talk to many women who are wondering how to bring their personal pleasure back to the bedroom—or possibly find it for the first time. A low libido is something women aren’t always comfortable talking about, but there are ways to keep the love-fires burning and your satisfaction level strong. 

First, let’s break down some of the main reasons women often struggle to either desire intimacy or to climax during sex.  

8 Factors Real Women Say Kill Their Climax

“We forgot about romance.”

Making love is more than sex. Intimacy and closeness are important part of a healthy love life. If sexual desire is waning, it may be time to inject romance back into the relationship. Snuggling, giving each other massages, and spending casual time together may help ignite that spark.

“We’re always fighting.”

Women need to feel connected to their partner. Poor communication, a sense of betrayal, lack of trust, or repeated fighting create a chasm in the relationship and a disconnect from closeness and intimacy. Counseling may be the answer if you find yourself in a relationship with issues that are hard to resolve on your own.

“I’m tired all the time.”

Our lives are busier than ever, and like any physical activity, we need sleep to be able to perform at our best. Lack of sleep or restless sleep, may be the culprit that is decreasing your drive. Sleep apnea can also cause a low libido. 

“The kids have come between us.”

We hear this all the time. Being a parent is a full-time job and you need to carve out some time without a child or baby around. Planning quiet time for intimacy and sexual desire may require some creative thinking, like having sex at odd times of the day or even hiring a babysitter so mom and dad can have a “play date” of your own. 

“I don’t feel attractive.”

Sexy is as sexy feels. Many women have low self-esteem when it comes to their body shape and this can affect their sex drive and desire. Being happy with yourself is an important first step. Find support from someone who can help you work through your negative self-talk. 

Also, obesity affects one-third of all Americans and being overweight can limit your desires. It causes decreased sexual enjoyment, lack of performance, and poor self-esteem. How you feel about yourself goes a long way in affecting how you enjoy sex.

 “I think I’m depressed.”

You may be. Depression affects all facets of life including sex drive. Losing pleasure in daily activities often requires treatment including counseling and perhaps medication. Unfortunately, some antidepressants also depress a woman’s libido.

“Middle age has found me.”

It happens to all of us at some point. Menopause causes physical changes that affect desire and climax, including vaginal dryness and sometimes pain. The change in hormones is a powerful pause button on sexual gratification.

“My medication makes me disinterested.”

Yes, the side effects of many prescription medications include loss of libido and sex drive. Some examples include:

·       High blood pressure medications

·       Antihistamines and decongestants

·       Certain birth control pills

·       Antidepressants

·       Narcotic pain relievers

·       Chemotherapy drugs

If you suspect a medication in interfering with your love life, contact your doctor for suggestions of alternatives that may have fewer side effects.

All of these things have been credibly linked to women’s dissatisfaction, loss of interest, or inability to reach orgasm in intimacy.

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Give yourself permission to experience pleasure. There’s no shame in it. 

Scream Cream can help free you from a season of sexual discontentment. You’ll go from feeling sexually numb to feeling more alive. If you’re longing for more excitement or a hotter, bigger, and better climax—then Scream Cream is for you. Rekindle the excitement and anticipation by giving yourself the permission to take back pleasure. 

It’s healthy to enjoy yourself!

About the author

Dr. Constance Odom, MD

6 min read