Orgasm after vulvectomy - can it be learned?

Dr Karoline Bischof

Coital anorgasmia is a common complaint among women consulting for sexual problems. Recently, a genetic predisposition was proposed. This presentation discusses the role of physical learning. Case report A 53 year old woman consulted with secondary anorgasmia of two years. She had been orgasmic through clitoral stimulation prior to an extensive vulvectomy including clitoridectomy for Bowen’s disease. Sexocorporal therapeutic interventions included instructions for digital vaginal stimulation and mobilisation of the pelvis through iliopsoas and pelvic floor muscle contractions with abdominal breathing.

 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
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Recorded at 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health - Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25
, 2009
 

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Dr Karoline Bischof

Dr med. FMH Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Medicine APPM, Ph.D. Sexology IASHS, The Zurich Institute for Clinical Sexology and Sexual Therapy ZISS, Switzerland.

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