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Pain During Female 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
Delightful sensation: As a man, I am really not the best person to answer this question, and I can direct you to a link that may be of some assistance to you in getting a better understanding of the nature of a female orgasm, described as a sensation better than diving into a cool pool on a sweltering day. Http://www. Womenshealthmag. Com/sex-and-relationships/anatomy-of-an-orgasm.
None: Well, none by brand or dietary supplement. But lubrication is always helpful to allow you to enjoy sexual relations as opposed to enduring "dry" painful sex which is less likely to lead to orgasm. Rather than focus on creams, pills, etc (i know, you didn't ask about pills), figure out what you like. Every woman is different. Some like a lot of clitoral contact while others don't. Some orgasm from.
Depends: Everyone is a little different and either the woman, or man, may need more stimulation to achieve orgasm.
Great question: I don't think anyone will ever know.
Possibly: Where was blood coming from? The urethra? The vagina? You should see your gyn.
I'm just find out after sex my female orgasm have blood on it. Once I wiped on tissue I see a blood with my orgasm. It is serious problem?
Hmmm: I wasn't about to try to answer your question. Since I am no dr ruth. However, if you were a virgin, then it can be expected. If not, then perhaps the sex was a little to rough for you. If the bleeding stops, then don't worry about it. If not, you need to see a gyn or go to an er asap to rule out a vaginal tear. I took the risk in answering your question since you must have been very anxious.
Why would someone get post coital bleeding (painless) for ~ 1-2 days only when continuing penetration in sex immediately after female orgasm?
If orgasms are meant for procreation, is there really such a thing as a female "orgasm" or is it just them enjoying the act of sex?
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Dr. Is it true that after ejaculation, female orgasm will increase the chances of getting pregnant?
No, sort-of...: For years we've known orgasmic vaginal fluid to be less acidic than regular vaginal pH (3.8-4.5) which theoretically would increase survivability of sperm. Semen itself is the best sperm protector with a pH of 7.2-7.4 (neutral, relatively basic in comparison). This is unlikely to make much of a difference given the sheer volume of ejaculate deposited at the cervix's front door. Timing = everything
My husband gave me oral sex tonight and my female orgasm fluid had blood in it. He did not penetrate me with fingers just oral sex. No mucus?
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