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How Do You Know When Your Has Reached An Orgasm
You really don't,but: If you are a doctor, it is hard to pretend! but the average person can't know surei. You have to ask your partner! if she is pleased, simply ask! women fake orgasms quite frequently to please their partner! ask how you can satisfy her, and say you really want to! ...Read more
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
Lots of things: Assuming you are a woman, low hormones, poor technique, depression, a hooded clitoris, and many other choices. Never having had an orgasm is different than having had them in the past and not having them anymore. If you are a "never had", get a physical exam. Most women have their first orgasm from masturbation. Ask your doc for help, this can be frustrating and it can be fixed! ...Read more
Orgasm: Good question. Woman's orgasm is both mental and physical. Reproduction only requires man to ejaculate, forget what woman feels. First have to like him. Second must feel comfortable with yourself. Do you take time to get intimate. Foreplay, kissing embracing. Etc is essential for an experience. Does he understand what ur need are and u need to be turned on. Lover vs sex. ...Read more
It depends: By masturbation, usually a few minutes unless you have had a recent ejaculation. It takes more time for men to have a second orgasm after an orgasm. From intercourse, it could take a few seconds (premature ejaculation) to not being able to have an ejaculation, especially if you have never had sex. First time sexual experiences don;t always work out very well. With practice, it usually gets better. ...Read more
What should I do to reach my orgasm in a fast way.Most of the time I don't have it..Why.?Could u advise me since I truly love my husband.
Foreplay: For many women, it is difficult to reach an orgasm. However, there needs to be foreplay to excite and lubricate those tissues. It may be that you need more than just intercourse so it is time to have a conversation with your husband. If he loves you half as much as you love him, he will understand and help you reach an orgasm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No fixed time: There is no fixed time considered "normal" in reaching ejaculation. It varies from few minutes to over an hour. It depends upon the degree of excitement, last ejaculation, previous sexual experience, couple's mental harmony, environment and any medical conditions or medications the man is taking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See options below: This is a difficult clinical problem. I would recommend that you talk with your doctor about the various available options including the viagra like drugs, lowering the dose of your antidepressant, adding in wellbutrin, buspar, (buspirone) or amantadine. Try to avoid carpal tunnel and warn your partner re carpal tunnel and temporal mandibular joint disease. :), just kidding. Enjoy the holidays. ...Read more
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