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Does the Hitachi magic wand really make female masturbation easier, or is it just a bunch of bells and whistles? It’s not easy for women to talk about masturbation, and nobody wants to get caught by their neighbor buying a vibrator, but sometimes self-stimulation is the best way to maintain an active, normal sex life.

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Even doctors may recommend female masturbation for women on the rougher side of menopause. During menopause, when the hormones in the body begin to get out of whack (to use the appropriate medical term), women may experience many symptoms and side effects that make sexual activity less enjoyable.

Some women may experience female dryness and painful sex that makes physical love feel less enjoyable. Women may feel their sexual desire decreasing, and during menopause it’s easy to lose self-confidence and feel less like a sexual creature. Female masturbation, which can be aided with sex toys like the Hitachi magic wand, is a viable solution for many women who are experiencing these problems.

Vibrators and the Hitachi magic wand

Sex toys and vibrators aren’t exactly a mainstream topic; the subject isn’t likely to come up during a formal dinner party. But many women use vibrators to stimulate themselves, both to warm up for sexual activity and to substitute for a warm-bodied partner in the bedroom. There’s no reason that a healthy, active mature woman shouldn’t enjoy her own sexuality with the help of an electronic aid…even if she’s not likely to talk about it while asking someone to pass the rolls.

The point is, there’s no reason to feel embarrassed about using or buying vibrators, though many women do. Some women are so anxious about purchasing a vibrator that they run into the sex shop and buy the first thing they see, which could be a big mistake.

The Hitachi magic wand is one of the best-selling and most powerful vibrators on the market, which speaks highly for it as a sexual aid. If women are using it, then it’s because it works. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the right vibrator choice for every woman. The Hitachi magic wand is extremely powerful, one of the most powerful vibrators available on the open market, and for some it may pack a little too much punch. Because the Hitachi magic wand is so big and so full of power, it might be overwhelming for women who aren’t familiar with sex toys and vibrators. Start with a small model, like the Mini Wand, before upgrading to the more powerful device.

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  1. Generic Image MuseLady says

    Chris Northrup and the Bodanskys both advise against much vibrator use, saying that it numbs you somewhat, and makes it more difficult to be stimulated manually and during intercourse.

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    • JoanPrice JoanPrice says

      It’s the opposite MuseLady, especially at our age. Vibrator use brings blood flow to the genitals (which happens naturally for young women but not as easily for us) and makes us MORE responsive to sexual stimulation, not less.

      Most women do not reach orgasm during intercourse — they/we need clitoral stimulation. Using a small vibrator (not the huge Magic Wand) between bodies during intercourse makes it more likely that we can reach orgasm that way.

      My new book, Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud about Senior Sex, includes a thorough explanation of how sex toys enhance our sexuality — among many other topics. I hope you’ll check it out.
       
      Joan

       

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    • Barb DePree MD Barb DePree MD says

      I would agree with Joan on this.  While i have heard the same reports on vibrator use, after 22 years of practicing gynecology, I have never met a women who has had this experience (becoming ‘numb’ from too much vibrator use).

      I would also agree with Susan in that the Magic Wand is huge and somewhat overwhelming to many women.  There are some wonderfully designed small vibrators that provide a woman (or her partner) the ability to direct the vibratory sensation to the most sensitive spot/area. 

      At MiddlesexMD I offer a tasteful selection of vibrators, with a first-time user and experienced toy consumer in mind.  I review what it is I really like about each device and why you might love it too!  Check it out!

      Dr. Barb

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  2. Dr. Dorree Lynn Dr. Dorree Lynn says

    I too disagree with you, MuseLady.  Yes, prolonged use of a vibrator might produce a numbing effect, but only in the same way that using a weed-eater for 2 hours in the back yard turns your arms into jelly.

    In my book, Sex for Grownups, I cite studies that show 81% of women and 91% of men report enjoying using vibrators with a partner.  Vibrator use is associated with more positive sexual function and being more proactive in caring for one’s sexual health.

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  3. Generic Image greenlady says

    are vibrators etc only meant for clitoral stimulation? I would really like to find something that can simulate actual intercourse,any recommendations ?

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  4. Generic Image anonymous2 says

    i am like many women and reach clitoral orgasm, but do not have vaginal orgasms. i have tried to get it thru G-spot simulation or A-spot, but no success. i have the Jopen 6 vibrator and that did not do it. some men seem to think we have  a mental block if we cannot reach vaginal orgasm like supposedly their other women have done! did those women really have vaginal orgasms or did they fake it? my first intercourse was vaginal orgasm, but after that, it went clitoral when i shifted it to that area, since after not getting my period, i was so scared, i said no intercourse anymore until married. so my body was re-educated to clitoral. i get very close to vaginal, but cannot get there.
    i know there are many attachments to vibrators that say they do it, but my wallet is getting affected at this point! How many can i try?! even jason julius education does not help me, since i do not have a regular partner to use his stuff. 
    as for vibrators numbing – i used the powerful end of the Jopen 6 on the clitoris, and after the second time, i could hardly orgasm anymore or feel sensation in the clitoris for about 2 months.  it seemed to knock out all feeling. i think using no vibrator there at all, and using the estradiol-c cream both internally and externally  has helped to bring back sensation.  
    i hope that helps someone.
    if anyone can help with vaginal orgasm achievement, let me know, since i would like to have that, and also experience the ejaculation i had one time only, which was sensational but i do not recall how i did that! amazing. 
    BTW, someone asked about this: yes, there are vibrating dildos for internal use, or just plain dildos-good site is HealthyandActive

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