For people who have unduly delayed orgasms while on SSRIs, reboxetine (Edronax) is a great anti-depressant to throw into the mix. If you have reboxetine by itself it can make you premature ejaculate. Mixed with SSRIs you perform normally. It also puts your mind more in touch with your body’s drives, eg sex drive in general, drive to eat, etc. Anti-depressants that exacerbate symptoms commonly associated with depression (eg lack of drive) should be used with caution. This is commonly the case with SSRIs.
In the US Ritalin (which, like reboxetine, increases noradrenalin levels) can be prescribed for SSRI-induced delayed anorgasmia. In Australia psychiatrists have to do it off-label.