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How Do I Fake Orgasm
Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more
My gf usually orgasms 3 to 5 times when we have sex. Is it normal? When she does her legs shake and she gets very sensitive.. Is it possible or fake?
I don't think i.Have ever experience a real orgasm, .How do I know for sure, ? What can I do to experience the big o?
You will know.: When it happens, you'll know. Many people practice through masturbation; women can have more shame issues to work through, and being alone is often easier at first in those cases. Find what turns you on, and let your mind go there. Try to relax and enjoy the ride, rather than worrying about the destination... And let go of the fear and embarassment that pops in your head. In time, it will happen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Female anorgasmia: Despite dr. Killian's assertions, this is a common problem. World-wide epidemiological studies have found a prevalence of about 20-40%. Bisexual and lesbian women are not well-represented in these data, but smaller studies of these populations show similar frequency. Factors such as depression, anxiety, medications, relationship and cultural issues, & poor physical health are all risk factors. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unusual: Several causes come to mind: low testosterone in a woman, elevated prolactin levels, etc. But can you give yourself an orgasm? This is important, then you should know what you like, in terms of stimulation, and relay that to your partner. Many women are hesitant to tell their partner what they enjoy! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The Big 'O,' No!: Various things are worth thinking about, experimenting with & ruling out. Columbia university in ny city has a public health info database with a question-&-answer portion called "go ask alice." you might find "alice's" answer to your question about difficulties with "the big 'o'" helpful: http://bit.Ly/12qgzhf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Distraction or preoccupation, discomfort with partner, guilt, feeling physically or emotionally unsafe, self-consciousness, partner finishes too soon, dryness/lack of arousal, lack of sufficient stimulation (eg, clitoral), physical illness or pain, etc. Also, some women "learn" how to climax with their partner over time, some need stimulation other than intercourse, and some just can't. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Almost certainly but: Some women have orgasms rather easily, whereas others have more difficulty. Since you did it before it is likely you will experience many many more orgasms in the future. However, I notice that you suffer from depression and schizophrenia and many meds for those can create difficulty having orgasms. Discuss with your doc and see if there are other meds less likely to have this effect. See comment: ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: This happens to many women.Get a more detailed answer ›
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