I’m 65 and have had difficulty with clitoral orgasms all my adult life, but in the last six to seven months, it’s become almost impossible. The pandemic is not an issue – if anything, we are more sexually active than usual. But I find orgasm very elusive these days. Is it age? Is that normal? Can I do anything about it?
“I’ve experienced a loss of clitoral orgasm, what can I do?”
We often need more intense stimulation, and a strong vibrator can be your clitoris’s best friend. If you’re new to vibrators, read “How to Choose a Vibrator.” AMO and DiGiT are finger vibrators that you can easily incorporate into your usual sexual activity for extra clitoral sensation.
It’s worth getting checked out by your doctor in case your difficulty has a medical cause. Heart disease, diabetes, and some neurological conditions prevent the clitoris from attaining orgasm, as do side effects from some medications. I know it can be difficult to tell a doctor who’s half your age about your sexual problems, but it’s important.