Aphrodisiacs don’t trigger orgasm, says a gynecologist to males

Stop using aphrodisiacs, they don’t stimulate orgasm - Gynecologist to men

Dr Promise Sefogah, the General Secretary of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Ghana (SOGOG), has warned males against using aphrodisiacs as sexual stimulants.
Aphrodisiacs, he claims, do not trigger orgasm.
In an interview with Joy News, the Gynecologist cautioned that overusing aphrodisiacs can lead to a variety of health problems, including kidney and liver damage, and in the worst-case scenario, the penis may be amputated.

Despite the multiple health advantages of orgasm (pain alleviation, cancer and heart disease prevention, fertility, immunological booster, enhanced sleep, and anti-depressant), most women do not experience orgasm during intercourse, according to study. It’s all a ruse.

He disputed claims that the female orgasm is a fiction when describing why women fake orgasms. He did admit, though, that it takes a lot to get a lady to orgasm.

“The males assume that if I can obtain the hardest erection that will last them longer and penetrate and thrust them the hardest, then I am the hero,” he said, adding that while penetration is important in orgasm, it isn’t the only way to fulfill a woman sexually.

Dr. Sefogah said that the psychological part of getting a woman to climax during intercourse is more crucial than the physical aspect, which most men are completely unaware of.

“Orgasm is a physiological phenomenon that involves a variety of psychological, physical, and emotional responses to the sexual act. What it boils down to is that it takes a lot more for a woman to achieve orgasm than it does for a man – “you need to bring on board the psychological preparedness and psyching up, and you need that in combination with the social intelligence sensitivity that you put in a good environment so that the woman can relax and climax,” he explained.

He claims that most men are unaware of this, owing to their ego and a “lack of honest dialogue” about their spouses’ sexual requirements.

“It’s a very unfortunate problem because it reinforces the observation that sex is all about the erection, physical penetration, and the stronger they do that, the better the orgasm,” he said. “They watch these things in fake productions in pornographic movies where actors are paid to do this and that’s not real.”

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