DEAR DEIDRE: I’VE been with my man for 9 years and we’ve got an important intercourse life – up to some extent. I get pleasure from it however have by no means had an orgasm with him.
I ponder if it’s due to the medicine I’m on.
I’m 61 and a Sort 1 diabetic who additionally suffers from coronary heart illness and despair.
I’m on sturdy painkillers and antidepressants.
My companion, who’s 62, says he has accepted I don’t orgasm with him.
However it frustrates me that each one his earlier girlfriends have climaxed with him.
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DEIDRE SAYS: You and your companion sound very appropriate sexually.
As you might be supportive of each other and don’t appear to have any sexual inhibitions, it’s possible that both your medical circumstances and/or your medicine could possibly be inflicting your incapability to orgasm.
Diabetes may cause issues for ladies in relation to climaxing. Speak to your physician or diabetes specialist. The organisation Diabetes UK (diabetes.org.uk, tel 0345 123 2399) may help you.