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About: That is because estrogen is needed to make testosterone. Little estrogen means that the body cannot make the same level of testosterone.

This change in estrogen and testosterone can cause a change in orgasm after menopause. Women sometimes describe that their orgasm feels "weaker" or that it takes longer to have an orgasm. This can be frustrating and even disappointing.

Testosterone is the hormone that creates sensitivity in the clitoris and nipples. It also helps people to fantasize about sex, which creates desire. If testosterone decreases, then the clitoris doesn't get quite as aroused and orgasm may not be as strong.

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