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What should I do if my partner can't have an orgasm?

If your partner has problems orgasming, it's important to maintain a strong relationship and not get frustrated or upset. Talk to your partner to find out what feels best to them. Try experimenting with new sex positions or techniques. Remember that sometimes the problem is more psychological than physical, so talking with your partner and resolving any fights or other issues you may have may help improve their ability to orgasm. If needed, don't be afraid to seek couples' counseling or sex therapy, as these are often very effective ways to improve the ability to orgasm. Remember that many people have trouble orgasming at some point and no one person should be blamed for this problem.

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