Female Orgasm Contractions

Female Orgasm Contractions

 

Although orgasms are a favorite aspect of sexuality, many women aren’t even aware of how to achieve female orgasm contractions. Also, only a percentage of women can reach orgasm via penetration only, while some women struggle to climax at all. .

However, when you experience that pleasure, how much do you feel what your body is doing? You may experience orgasm contractions more frequently if you are aware of what happens in your body during arousal and orgasm.

Arousal 

As many can confirm, an orgasm is a full-body feeling. Therefore, the anatomy of an orgasm starts before bodies touch. Yet once you get to the bedroom, female orgasm contractions are easiest achieved through clitoral stimulation and contracting and relaxing the pelvic floor muscle.

As your body prepares, sometimes taking a minimum of twenty minutes, higher heart rate and blood pressure may cause a warm, tingling sensation in your body. Similarly, you may experience body temperature changes as the blood heads directs toward your genitalia. The clitoris, which contains over 8,000 distinct nerve endings, enlarges and swells. 

The clitoral gland will push through in an erection, and you may see the clitoral hood back up or down as climax approaches. Inside your body, the clitoris is erect! Your outer lips will separate, the inner labia swell as more blood fills the tissue, and sometimes, the genitalia color changes or darkens. 

Orgasm

Your muscles will begin to pulse when the climax finally arrives, particularly in the pelvis. The waves of pleasure that travel through your abdomen and the rest of the body are caused by the contact between the walls of your uterus, vagina, and pelvic floor.

Interestingly, researchers have discovered a connection between how strong your orgasms are and the condition of your pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles will contract more effectively during an orgasm, increasing the pleasure you feel, the more toned they are. 

Although the number of female orgasm contractions might vary, the normal range is between 1 and 12, with each lasting roughly a second or two. Please, don’t assume that having partnered sex or having an orgasm is only a physical sensation; your brain also releases hormones like dopamine and oxytocin.

Keep in mind that every orgasm is unique and that every woman has a different orgasmic experience. However, gaining a deeper knowing of how your body (and mind) respond to sexual stimulation can assist you in discovering the key to how you get there.

A Variety of Experiences

Female orgasm contractions are sought after. There are variations in every woman’s anatomy and preferences, so one woman’s solution might not apply to another.

The pathway to pleasure ought to be set for the goal of discovery rather than orgasm. Often, when that happens, orgasms are found along the way!

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