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IN Lifestyle ON 09 Sep, 2016
Just as men get the orgasm when they ejaculate, women have a unique way of having an orgasm. It may be different for different women because pleasure points, intensity, the speed of stroking and compatibility may differ from woman to woman. But if you wish to give your girl an earth shattering orgasm, there are a few things to learn about the way females orgasm.
Here are some details that might help you get started.
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According to a study, out of 400 women, 53% have reportedly faked an orgasm with their partner. The reasons given by those women were, not adequate arousal, insecurity about sexual dysfunction or simply wanting to be done with that particular sexual episode.
Women experience orgasms in a different way than men. Muscles get tensed and then relax in an instant. During this relaxation, some women reported feeling warmth in their private parts, vibrations and sometimes an altered sense of consciousness. Now, an orgasm is a very subjective feeling for women so not all women feel the orgasms the same way.
Anorgasmia is a condition in which a woman has trouble reaching orgasm. There are various reasons for it like emotional, physical, or even situational. A woman could suffer from anorgasmia even if she's previously experienced orgasms.
Men aren't the only ones that can ejaculate during a climax. It is reported that about 10% to 50% women also ejaculate a fluid during their orgasm. It is definitely dependent on various factors like the level of arousal, compatibility of partners, and the situation.
Since many years, orgasm has been used to treat problems related to 'hysteria'. A woman could be suffering from frequent fainting, anxiety, or irritability and the cure was having an orgasm. An orgasm tends to flush out toxins from the body which could be causing the symptoms.
It is a worldwide myth that making a woman orgasm is particularly difficult, but that's not true. Many women have reliable and predictable patterns for their orgasm and following that can easily make a woman climax.
A group of women from the ages of 18 to 59 was taken for this study and women belonging to the higher age group reported to have better and more frequent orgasms. Hence, case studies suggest that female orgasms get better as age progresses.
Even though it helps in reproduction, vaginal intercourse rarely gets a woman to climax. Due to the pleasure centers being present in the clitoris of a woman, vaginal penetration may lead to arousal, but rarely to climax.