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an·or·gas·my

, anorgasmia (an'ōr-gaz'mē, -gaz'mē-ă),
Failure to experience an orgasm; may be biogenic, secondary to a physical disorder or medication (for example, SSRIs or possibly some psychotropics) or drug of abuse, or psychogenic, secondary to psychological or situational factors, or have a multifactorial cause.
[G. an- priv. + orgasm + -ia]
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anorgasmia

The inability to achieve orgasm or loss of sexual desire and/or function during the acceptive phase of an erotic/sexual episode, despite person-appropriate mental or physical stimulation. Anorgasmia may be a transient side effect of SSRIs or other drugs.
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an·or·gas·my

, anorgasmia (an'ōr-gaz'mē, -gaz'mē-ă)
Failure to experience an orgasm; may be biogenic (secondary to a physical disorder or medication), psychogenic (secondary to psychological or situational factors), or a combination of the two.
[G. an- priv. + orgasm + -ia]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

anorgasmia

The inability to achieve an orgasm. Apart from those cases associated with IMPOTENCE, this is commoner in women than in men and is seldom an organic disorder. Anorgasmia may be due to various psychosexual factors and can often be corrected by skilled counselling.
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