Men should avoid using aphrodisiacs as sexual stimulants, according to the General Secretary of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Ghana (SOGOG).
Aphrodisiacs, he explained, do not cause orgasm.Excessive use of aphrodisiacs, according to Dr. Promise Sefogah, can lead to a variety of health problems, including kidney and liver illness, and, in the worst-case scenario, amputation of the penis.
Despite the multiple health benefits of orgasm (pain alleviation, cancer and heart disease prevention, fertility, immune booster, enhanced sleep, and anti-depressant), most women do not experience orgasm during intercourse, according to study. It is all a ruse.
Dr. Sefogah refuted claims that female orgasm is a myth. He did admit, though, that it takes a lot to get a lady to orgasm.
“The men are thinking if I can get the hardest erection that will last them longer and penetrate the hardest, thrust them hardest, then I am the hero, but that’s not it,”, he stated going on to say that while penetration is an element of orgasm, it isn’t the sole 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.
He claims that most men are unaware of this, owing to their ego and a “lack of honest dialogue” about their spouses’ sexual requirements.In addition, according to a 2010 study, up to 80% of women admitted to faking orgasms.
In this case, it has been rumored that female orgasm is a myth.
Dr. Sefogah urged men to focus on their spouses’ sexual desires if they truly want them to climax, rather than relying on aphrodisiacs that are harmful to their health.