It may seem obvious—have sex, and then feel great, right? But that's not always the case. "Not that this is a big revelation or anything but, unlike guys, we need to be in the mood to have sex!" says Dr. Alyssa Dweck, co-author of V is for Vagina. "If we're stressed, pissed off, feeling unattractive, thinking about the laundry, the kids, work, money woes, or anything else life brings our way, chances are, no matter how hard our partner tries, we're going to be as likely to have an orgasm as Lady Gaga joining a nunnery."

With so many obstacles in our way, can we ever achieve that all-encompassing 'screaming O' we see in the movies? Experts say it is possible. There are different kinds of orgasms (some go deeper than others) and even if you're regularly having an orgasm during sex, you could be having a better one. Here's how:

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