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Orgasm Clitoral Stimulation
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
Is it ok to have an orgasm by clitoral stimulation after having novasure procedure done 4 days ago?
Yes: That is not a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Had a total hysterctomy by DaVinci, 12 days ago. Left ovaries. I know nothing IN vagina, but how soon can I have an orgasm by clitoral stimulation?
I'm 27 and sometimes after orgasm by clitoral stimulation I get severe cramping in uterus and slight bleeding too its really painful?
How do I achieve orgasm without direct clitoral stimulation? 30% of women can do this, so how do I do this? Are there ways to increase my chances?
Try G-Spot: The g-spot is an area that arises out of the anterior (upper when you are laying on your back) wall of the vagina. Massaging this area while be stimulated sexually can cause the area to produce a small raised bump known as the g-spot. Continued massage of this area can lead to very strong orgasms even without clitoral stimulation. ...Read more
I have notice I don't get orgasms w/o clitoral stimulation why? And can the clitoris be desensitized what can I do I actually love sex
You are normal: This is normal. Most females, if not all females, orgasm through clitoral stimulation. Many do not get enough clitoral stimulation through penetration or intercourse alone to orgasm, however. This is a secret that I wish all the females in the world would hear. If you desensitize the clitoris you will not reach orgasm. ...Read more
I had cervical cryotherapy done about 7 days ago for high risk dysplasia. How long should I wait before achieving clitoral stimulation/orgasm?
Recent urinary infection, was on antibiotics until it went away. Since then, have been passing urine during clitoral stimulation/orgasm. How to stop?
I cannot orgasm. I have tried penetration and clitoral stimulation. I haven't been able to orgasm with anything I've tried. What can I do to fix this?
Sometimes: The medications are responsible. See an endocrinologist ...Read more
Sex: Unfortunately one does not go to the doctor to learn how to have sex. There are some significant ethical barriers here. But, there are good sex guides and other resources to find. I often recommend to females connecting with this group to learn about their bodies: <a href="http://www. Ourbodiesourselves. Org" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www. Ourbodiesourselves. Org</a>. Or a good sex guide. ...Read more
Yes: The exact type of stimulation that achieves organs for any given individual differs. The vast majority of women achieve organs with clitoral stimulation primarily. ...Read more
I am bleeding after an orgasm. The stimulation was only clitoral. There was no penetration of any kind, so no chance of scratch. Please help.
What does it mean to have an intact hymen? Will clitoris stimulation/ orgasm have effect on it? Will I bleed first inter course if hymen intact?
Intact Hymen: It usually would not be completely intact - because an imperforate hymen is a congenital disorder which would not allow blood to flow from the uterus out of the body. However, what is likely meant is that there is no tearing or other findings related to tearing of the hymen. You may or may not bleed with sexual intercourse. Clitoral stimulation should not have an impact. ...Read more
Does clitoral stimulation or clitoral orgasm cause the rupture of the hyemen? Because I saw a small quantity of blood in my underwear after masturbat
It doesn't matter: No. Yes. It doesn't matter. So, ignore the hymen. Usually, only in cases of alleged sexual assault upon girls and women do we physicians engage in the careful examination of hymens, collecting evidence of physical damage to be used later in courts of law. In normal everyday life, people should not be "checking hymens" nor thinking about whether they are or are not broken. No worries. ...Read more
I had an a/p vaginal wall repair 3 days ago. I want to masturbate using clitoral stimulation, is this ok to orgasm so soon or will it split my stiches?
Surgical technique: It is unlikely to cause harm but your surgeon will know exactly what was done and what techniques were used. It is likely they will want you to refrain at least for a brief period of time. Since we do not know exactly what was done surgically it is best we do not give a recommendation only 3 days after. I am glad your surgical recovery is going so well though. ...Read more
I expel large amounts of liquid that smells like urine during clitoral stimulation. This happens before I have even reached orgasm. Am I incontinent.?
Here are some...: If only occurring at orgasm and not bothering for daily living with regular activities and urine control, you are not incontinent - urinary. Yet, occasionally few may have so-called female ejaculation or squirting, but this is still debating in main-stream medical literature. By the way, does it occur every time? How long has it been? ...Read more
Not to worry: Sexual arousal and climax results from sexual activities which pleasure your sexual areas from your mouth, to your breasts and genitalia. Orgasm from vaginal intercourse alone usually requires positioning and pleasurable contact of your genitalia, so these two types of orgasms are not completely different. Communication with your partner can help. ...Read more
Why is it when I have a clitoral orgasm its as if my body can't handle it, and I have to force my husband away?
Sensitivity & orgasm: Researchers have proven that there is no difference between "clitoral" or "vaginal" orgasms as they both cause involuntary smooth muscle contractions and a "burst" of neurotransmitters (serotinin) & catecholamines (epinephrine). The clitoris bexomes, oh so sensitive after the "big o" and requires just a few minutes of respite before delving into its' wonders again. (note to your husband). ...Read more
Need more intense orgasm, because no sex for a long time, not sutisfied enough by clitoris musturbation, orgasm reached in few time (less than 1min)?
Dissatisfaction: Your best action would be to locate a sexology specialist or clinic where you will have both an evaluation and instructions on sexual techniques and practices. ...Read more
Yes: This is variable for all women. Some need clitoral stimulation but some require vaginal stimulation including the a spot, g spot, c spot and the perianal area. Some women can climax from breast stimulation alone. I'm speaking of the variety of sexual responses for all women. ...Read more
Orgasms: Chances are if you have a larger clitoris it may be easier to orgasm but it seems unlikely the character of your orgasm would be any different than someone with a smaller clitoris. That's not to say that all orgasms are created equal. Men and women both experience different perception of the quality of their orgasms. This usually tied to the amount of arousal within your brain prior to orgasm. ...Read more
None: There is no difference in the orgasm. The difference is in now the orgasm is achieved. Most women need clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, whether it includes penetration or not. Vaginal orgasm means it happens with penetration alone. Again, most women will require some form of clitoral stimulation at least to get arousal started. ...Read more
Some women: This can happen with some women. Not generally something to worry about, but you should discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
The trigger area: There are personal preferences among individual women. Clitoral orgasm tend to be easier to achieve, are very short and very intense. Vaginal (or g-spot) orgasms tend to feel deeper, more satisfying, last longer and are harder to achieve. Within individuals each one of those characteristics could be the opposite of what is stated above. ...Read more
It is perfectly safe: Hopefully will also be enjoyable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Women's orgasms are complicated. They are not just a function of stimulation. Not all women have orgasms. This can be due to many reasons.
Sometimes the way a woman is raised can affect this. Life events effect it. Many women don't have orgasms from intercourse via penile penetration. Usually foreplay is where women have orgasms.
I'd recommend seeing a professional sexual health therapist. ...Read more
No: Clitoris size is not of any importance. ...Read more
Why doesn't clitoris orgasm/masterbation have an effect on the hymen? Just curious. I have an intact hymen.
Anatomically: They are barely close to each other. What you do to your clitoris will not affect your hymen. All the best. ...Read more