DEAR DEIDRE: I’VE been with my man for nine years and we have a great sex life – up to a point. I enjoy it but have never had an orgasm with him.
I wonder if it’s because of the medication I’m on.
I’m 61 and a Type 1 diabetic who also suffers from heart disease and depression.
I am on strong painkillers and antidepressants.
My partner, who’s 62, says he has accepted I don’t orgasm with him.
But it frustrates me that all his previous girlfriends have climaxed with him.
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DEIDRE SAYS: You and your partner sound very compatible sexually.
As you are supportive of one another and don’t seem to have any sexual inhibitions, it is probable that either your medical conditions and/or your medication could be causing your inability to orgasm.
Diabetes can cause problems for women when it comes to climaxing. Talk to your doctor or diabetes specialist. The organisation Diabetes UK (diabetes.org.uk, tel 0345 123 2399) can help you.
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