Anorgasmia is a condition that affects many people, but few are willing to talk about it. As a medical doctor and sexologist, I often see clients who are struggling with anorgasmia, and I want to reassure anyone who is experiencing this that it is a common problem that can be overcome.

Listen to learn more

You can learn more about Anorgasmia by listening to my 2-part interview with Clement Manyathela for his show on Radio 702.

Sex Focus: Anorgasmia Part I

Sex Focus - Anorgasmia Part II

What is Anorgasmia?

Anorgasmia is the inability to reach orgasm despite adequate sexual stimulation. It can be a primary condition, meaning that it has been present throughout a person's sexual life, or it can be a secondary condition, which develops after a period of normal sexual functioning.

There are several factors that can contribute to anorgasmia, including stress, anxiety, relationship problems, medication side effects, and medical conditions such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis. It's important to identify any underlying causes in order to develop an effective treatment plan.

Treating Anorgasmia

Treatment for anorgasmia can vary depending on the cause, but it often involves a combination of therapy, education, and lifestyle changes. Therapy can help individuals explore any psychological factors contributing to the condition, and education can help individuals learn new techniques and strategies for reaching orgasm. 

Lifestyle changes such as reducing stress and improving overall health can also be beneficial.

It's important to remember that anorgasmia is a treatable condition, and there is no need to suffer in silence. If you are experiencing anorgasmia, I encourage you to speak with one of our CREDIBLE SEXUAL HEALTH PROVIDERS who can help you identify the underlying causes and develop an effective treatment plan. With the right support and guidance, you can overcome anorgasmia and experience the pleasure and satisfaction that comes with sexual intimacy.

My Sexual Health provides credible sexual health services for Anorgasmia. Contact us for an appointment with a medical doctor, physiotherapist, or other health professional

MSH doctors can assist with the medical implications of your condition. Refer to the list of Competent Sexual Health Providers listed on our website.

If you suspect that your problem Is more psychological or due to relationship factors, you can see one of the MSH psychologists/counsellors.

All the MSH Team members work within the context of a multidisciplinary team and will refer you to another team member of need be.

*Please contact your preferred healthcare provider directly for more information about the cost of consultations. MSH offers a platform service to Credible Sexual Health Providers you may choose to consult with.

Disclaimer:  MSH provides a platform for Sexual Health providers to network and learn in order to render the highest level of sexual health services to patients.  MSH does not take responsibility for the clinical practice of any of its members.  Any concerns can be directed towards but misconduct needs to be reported to the registration body of the particular individual.