Anorgasmia, and therefore failure to achieve orgasm despite adequate mental excitement and physical stimulation, is an extremely widespread problem although often not properly recognized and treated.

Orgasmic disorders are usually of purely psychological origin, and can therefore be resolved with adequate psycho-sexual therapy, but may also be due to the intake of certain drugs such as amphetamines, sedatives, narcotics, progestins and alpha-adrenergic blockers.

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