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How Do You Get A Women To Orgasim
Communication: Your partner needs to know what excites you and what you find pleasurable. Studies show that most women infrequently experience orgasm with insertional intercourse. The majoirty of women who do have orgasm, do so as a result of some form of direct clitoral stimulation (manual, oral, vibrator, etc). Read the original text by "masters and johnson" (the joys of sex) or a later text with your partner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
23 years female exactly after an orgasm i get an extreme surge of nausea. It lats for three minutes or so. What could it be.
Not Likely: Most women have some difficulty having an orgasm under ideal circumstances. A routine pelvic exam is not intended to be arousing. It is possible for some women to become aroused by the combination of being undressed and in a submissive vulnerable position, but an orgasm would be very unlikely. If you are attracted to your doctor to the point of arousal, it may be better for you to change doctors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why when getting a vaginal exam (male or female dr.) done do I get sexually aroused?I have to try and stop myself from orgasm. Is this normal?
Attention: If you feel comfortable discussing such things with the dr., tell them of your distress. Bringing it to light may have it lessen or go away altogether under those circumstances. Yes, it is normal for some people, both men and women, of your age to experience this. It is part of the sexual instinct, but can be alarming in a clinical setting. ...Read more
Why would someone get post coital bleeding (painless) for ~ 1-2 days only when continuing penetration in sex immediately after female orgasm ?
How do I get a woman to orgasm during intercourse? We have tried different positions and manual stimulus. I can get her to orgasm with just fingering
21yr old female "virgin", never been penetrated but when masterbating alone or with partner I get wet but never "ejaculated" but I do feel i orgasm!?!
Im female, i get pleasure from sex and oral sex but i can't have a orgasm. What's wrong with me? I can only have one by masturbation
Female Sexuality: You are not alone. Many women find that sexual intercourse does not lead to orgasm for them. They have to learn how to stimulate the clitoris during sexual intercourse or teach their partners to do this. Partners want you to orgasm!. I often advise my patients to read a good sex manual. The most common one i recommend is "the joy of sex". ...Read more
No: Absolutely not related at all.Get a more detailed answer ›
Here are some ...: What you described is how your body responds to sexual excitement. Is such experience new or lifelong to you? If lifelong, that is how and what you're; if new / recent, seek pro-evaluation and counseling to see if there is something happening in the pelvis. But, largely, there would be not much that could be done and it could be related with muscle discomfort from orgasm-related tension. ...Read more
How do I get an orgasm when having sex, am married with three kids and a victim of female circumcision?
It will be difficult: I am so very sorry that happened to you. It may be possible to get an orgasm by stimulation of your g-spot. Your partner will have to be educated on how your g-spot is found and the best way to stimulate it. By adding nipple stimulation at the same time, you may be able to over come this horrible problem. Best of luck. ...Read more
Female sexuality: I am sure your question will engender several good answers. Many women suffer from no orgasm during penetration or intercourse unless there is some attention paid to clitoral stimulation during love making. There is a book and website of women teaching women about this and other things about how their body works. It is Our Bodies Our Selves or: http:// www.ourbodiesourselves.org. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wrong Forum: I am happy to report that there are significant rules in medicine about sex. Boundaries are very clear. We are not not have any opinion on how, when or with whom you are sexual. You do not go to the doctor to learn how to have sex. Perhaps you can get a guide book on how to have sex. ...Read more
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 3 more doctor answers