Sex, Orgasm, and Intimacy

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Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss recent research on sex, orgasm, and intimacy. They discuss the benefits of testosterone supplements for patients that are suffering from difficulties in their sexual experience.

One of the interesting facts about sex is that an individual needs to have a base level of testosterone in order to feel arousal and to experience orgasm. Testosterone is not the only necessary ingredient, but it is a critical one. As we age and begin to lose our testosterone, our libido begins to decline and we lose the ability to be aroused and to have orgasm. Replacing testosterone can restore that ability. There are other things that can interfere with your ability to experience desire and to act on that desire to the point of sexual release and satisfaction. In this podcast, we discuss some of these factors. Additionally, we discussed this topic in detail in a recent webinar entitled,”Q&A on Sex and Intimacy.”

In this podcast, we talk about the work of Dr. Beverly Whipple, and her specific information on the feminine physique and the way it works for orgasm. She has done fascinating research and her work in the field is seminal. You may want to read some of her books.

In discussing women and orgasm, we also talk about female ejaculation and the reality that women can experience discreet orgasms from multiple nerve bundles located within their bodies. It is even possible for both men and women to have orgasms in their sleep. Listen to today’s podcast to learn more about this.