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Unable to reach orgasm., frustrated, addicted, rubbing clitoris, high libido, in pain. What can help?

Hi.
I was wndering why i cant get orgasm while having intercourse?
But im be able to orgasm while masturbating. (With a vibrator). And this is somehow very frustating. Because i cant get the pleasure enough and i prefer play myself. By a vibe or something. And i was start to masturbate since 10years old. I never watch porn and i discovered the pleasure myself. And i start to addicted.

I only be able to orgasm when i play with my clitoris. And it getting harder to pleased with hand. So i now using vibrator and it somehow still very frustating. Because i cant feel what people feel. And i have a very high libido.

My boyfriend have tried to help me, but im not feel satisfied. Too much rubbing on clitoris will caused somehow pain and i cant even orgasm while intercourse. Now i have a sex partner.. and he helped me too. But it is useless.. i cant never satisfied and i keep aanting it until i satisfied.

I just feel like that my clitoris and gspot was not working anymore for normal intercourse. I mean even use vibrator, i wont orgasm while stimulating the g spot. And all feels desentitized... and this is really hard for my sex life and myself. And few days ago, i was just tried the stimulate gelto help me orgasm. But it doesnt work. It just keep me wet and make it dripping. But im not feeling any different

So i want to know. How i supposed to do in order to regain back my sensitivity, both in clitoral and gspot.. help me..
This is really depressing and frustating...
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Hi

Welcome to HCM..

Since you started masturbating from age of 10 your more used to it.
If you can get orgasm by masturbation you will get during intercourse...you dont have any problem physically...emotionally you are used to masturbation...ask your partner to help you to do masturbation initially...do more foreplay...if problem still persist meet a sexologist for further evaluation and treatment.

Hope I answered your quesiton.

Regards
Dr Sudharshan
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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