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Doctor insights on: Why Would I Start Shaking Before I Get An Orgasm

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Why would I start shaking before I get an orgasm?

Why would I start shaking before I get an orgasm?

Autonomic reflex: Shaking is probably due to an autonomic parasympathtic reflex just before or with orgasm causing release of catecholamines by nerve endings. Sudden release of the catecholamines causes shivers or shaking. Also occurs in some men when they ejaculate. ...Read more

Orgasm (Definition)

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


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My husband went into shock 5 minutes after orgasm. It lasted for 15 minutes, nausea, shaking, dizziness, short of breath, unable to move, fever. Why?

My husband went into shock 5 minutes after orgasm. It lasted for 15 minutes, nausea, shaking, dizziness, short of breath, unable to move, fever. Why?

Seizure: There are some humans who do seize with their orgasms. But, if this is the first time and was as severe as you describe your husband must be seen urgently by his family physician. He must not participate in sexual or other strenuous activity until cleared by the physician providing him care. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how i could get a longer orgasm?

Can you tell me how i could get a longer orgasm?

Try Edging: An orgasm is a very spontaneous and almost uncontrolled release. It is hard to control or manage. But, try 'edging, ' or getting right on the brink of your orgasm but slow down and do not allow yourself to go over the edge. You can ride this for a while and enjoy the pleasure - so that when you finally do reach your clmax, the anticipation and all may make it more intense and satisfying. ...Read more

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Will you lose the feeling of an orgasm if you get a labiectomy?

Will you lose the feeling of an orgasm if you get a labiectomy?

Probably not: Once you are healed from the surgery, your sexual function should come back to normal. There may be a period of time where you will have less sensation, but that usually resolves with time. ...Read more

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How long does it take to get oral sex orgasm?

Seconds to never: That depends on the individual. There is a wide variety of normal time to ograsm from a few seconds to never. Men are usually quicker than women, but not always. Some people never achieve ograsm through oral sex. ...Read more

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Can I get a headacke after getting an orgasm?

Can I get a headacke after getting an orgasm?

Orgasmic headache: It's a primary headache that occurs before or during sex, at the time of orgasm, or just after sex. ...Read more

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How can my girlfriend get an orgasm during sex?

How can my girlfriend get an orgasm during sex?

Not at the Doctor: I am happy to report, for your sake, that physicians have significant ethical boundaries when it comes to sex. We do not and cannot teach you how to be sexual. That would be highly inappropriate. We have no opinion on when, with whom, how frequently, or where you have sex. Perhaps you would be well advised to get one or two guide books to sex to learn the norms for each act. ...Read more

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Why don't I get tired after an orgasm like most men?

Why don't I get tired after an orgasm like most men?

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

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How can we get extra orgasm while we're masturbating?

Sex: Unfortunately, you are asking a question that one does not go to the doctor's office to learn. There is no health related question here. I often recommend that patients who have questions on 'how to have sex' get a sex guide or manual such as "the joy of sex" to answer these common questions. ...Read more

Shaking (Definition)

Shaking is a symptom in which a person has tremors (shakiness or small back and forth movements) in part or all of his body. Shaking can be due to cold body temperatures, rising fever (such as with infections), neurological problems, medicine ...Read more