It can be difficult to study anorgasmia in women as different women experience orgasms in different ways. Additionally, an individual woman may find her orgasms are different each time she climaxes. Old beliefs that women don't enjoy sex may also lead women to believe that not reaching climax is normal. The Global Library of Women's Medicine estimates that four percent of women experience lifelong anorgasmia. Figures on situational anorgasmia show around seven percent of women never orgasm during intercourse and between 23 and 29 percent have experienced orgasm difficulties.
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