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How to Orgasm Every Time You Have Sex

From the Show: Staying Well
Summary: You know the Big O feels great, but you aren't always reaching it. Are there ways to increase the chances during intercourse?
Air Date: 3/10/14
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Ava Cadell, PhD
Ava CadellDr. Ava Cadell's personal brand is Sexual Empowerment. She is an accomplished Author of seven books, Media Therapist, AASECT Certified Sex Counselor, Global Speaker and Founder of www.LoveologyUniversity.com

Dr. Ava has a doctorate in human behavior from Newport University, CA and a doctorate of education in human sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco. Through her private practice in LA, she counsels people on personal issues that range from fear of intimacy, lack of communication, lack of desire to sexual compulsions and sexual dysfunctions.

Dr. Ava's mission is to promote the benefits of healthy love and sex around the world.
  • Book Title: Passion Power
How to Orgasm Every Time You Have Sex
It's no surprise that orgasms make sex amazing; but what if you can't climax every time you and your partner are intimate?

You're not alone.

According to several surveys, only about 25 percent of women always climax with their partner.

The female orgasm is much more complex than a male's. Many women aren't getting the right stimulation during intercourse because the majority of typical positions are not focusing on the right areas.

Placing a pillow underneath your pelvis during the missionary position helps reach the g-spot, an erogenous zone located inside your vagina.

Also, making sure you're in the right state of mind is crucial to helping you reach an orgasm. If you focus on what you and your partner are doing during foreplay, each kiss and touch will increase your chances of climaxing during intercourse.

What are some other ways to reach an orgasm every time you and your partner have sex?

Sexologist Ava Cadell, PhD, explains why orgasms are tricky, as well as ways you and your partner can achieve orgasm every single time you have sex.