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Men Experience Orgasm Age Women
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
Can women achieve orgasms when upon reaching climax the men pull out and ejaculate outside the vagina?
Female Sexuality: Most females do not reach orgasm with penetration. Their clitoris has to be manipulated and many couples learn how to manage this as part of their sexual play. Remember, pre-cum inside the vagina can lead to pregnancy. The withdrawal method for birth control does not work. ...Read more
Since women have estrogen and men have testosterone i wanted to know if the hormones affect the orgasm intensity on females or not?
If a woman can't reach orgasm, is it the man's fault or the woman's fault? Because it seems like the man is always blamed.
Female Anatomy: Many couples, in fact, probably the majority of couples, find that intercourse alone does not stimulate the clitoris enough to reach orgasm. It is the female's responsibility to be in charge of her own orgasm. But, if you love this woman, it is your opportunity to include clitoral stimulation during intercourse. I often recommend to my patients that they get a guidebook: "the joy of sex". ...Read more
Yes: If the germ is in your vagina, any intercourse, however brief, could pass it on. ...Read more
I've recently had more intense orgasms but i'm concerned about exessive female ejaculate.Which i don't understand and have only had with new man.
Mr. Right: Maybe you've finally found mr. Right! depending on medications, kids, weight loss, metabolic status, and numerous other circumstances; you may have arrived at a time in your life where you are finally able to let go and experience extraordinary sexual fulfillment, unlike never before. My take is that until now, you had not been able to completely experience your sexual ability. Embrace & enjoy it! ...Read more
If a woman removed both ovaries or had a total hysterectomy at age 48, can she still experience excitement and orgasm?
Sexual stimulation: These surgeries will not prevent her from experiencing sexual excitement. ...Read more
No pill: As I mentioned earlier, brain is the biggest sex organ and you need to have yours examined. It may help to see a therapist to assess your attitude to sex and orgasm. Try paying more attention to the pleasure of your partner and you may reap a better dividend than being pre-occupied with your own. ...Read more
SSRIs can do this: Anorgasmia means inability to have an orgasm. Ssri antidepressants (prozac, zoloft, celexa, lexapro, (escitalopram) paxil) are well-known to do this, in both men and women, for a sizable minority of patients. The side-effect is temporary (it ends if the ssri is stopped), and sometimes additional meds can be added to counteract this side-effect if the ssri is otherwise helpful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some...: It's true that the events from sex arousal to orgasm represent a process of heavy mental & physical drainage "naturally" leading to or resulting in a pause of being relaxed, tired. and sleepy, but with a widely varying degree among all individuals. So, what you've experienced could be just be uniquely normal for you; then you're blessed as long as being able to productively onduct daily chores. ...Read more
It you could: Experience it before, you can experience it after. It's still the same old penis you've grown to know and live, just in a new convertible model with the top down. ...Read more
Orgasm is a climax: This is when most of the semen containing sperm is expelled. Sometimes a little sperm is present in pre-cum and is reason why withdrawal method of contraception is unreliable. Sperm can also exit when a man has a so called wet dream and semen is expelled. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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