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Female Orgasms

Understanding the physiology of climaxes may help you achieve better ones—and more often.

Reviewed by Jillan Rowbotham, D.O. Internal Medicine

Here’s what you need to know about achieving orgasms and how they impact your health.

Using some basic anatomical knowledge and debunking, the female orgasm isn’t so mysterious.

This ‘warm’ and ‘euphoric’ erogenous zone may be your new favorite thing.

BTW: It's totally normal not to know whether or not you're having one.

Let's break down this mythical erogenous zone and find out if the fantasy can come true.

When occasional sexual disinterest or discomfort becomes persistent, it may signal dysfunction.

Two sex experts dish on how you, too, can enjoy fifth base.

Women who persistently experience low sex drive could suffer from sexual dysfunction.

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