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A 22-year-old female asked:

Who do i see if i have lousy orgasms and if i have little feeling and stimulation in vaginal area? i'm 22.

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Dr. Lisa Davidson
25 years experience
Know your anatomy: Many women have trouble with orgasms. The important thing to remember is your anatomy. The clitoris is the bundle of nerves above the vagina, and that is the pleasure center in terms of sexuality. The vaginal canal has very little sensation in it, so intercourse alone does not usually result in an orgasm. Make sure your partner pays attention to your clitoral area before starting intercourse.
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Last updated Dec 3, 2012

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