5 Things You Need to Know About Female Orgasms
Now demystified by the media and sex researchers, female orgasm, no longer remains a perplexing subject to men and most women. Yes, most women can achieve orgasm unless they're sick or totally stressed out. Women usually (but not exclusively) achieve orgasm by clitoral stimulation during intercourse, masturbation or any number of sexual activities.
If you are experiencing serious medical symptoms, seek emergency treatment immediately.
Get It Any Way You Can
A woman of any age can achieve orgasm during intercourse regardless of her lover's experience or lack thereof. While most women achieve orgasm through intercourse, some need masturbation or other clitoral stimulation to climax.
Some women have a weak pubococcygeal muscle, located at the vaginal opening, and that prevents them from achieving orgasm during intercourse. Strengthen this muscle by doing Kegel exercises (squeezing, then relaxing the muscle.)
A female orgasm can be a flush sensation through the entire body, emotional feelings of ecstasy or relief, or a tingling sensation in the legs, face and arms.
Just Go To It
There is no such thing as a frigid woman who cannot achieve orgasm by any method. There are woman with emotional or physical problems that interfere with their ability to climax, and these issue should be addressed by a physician or therapist.
Women are more likely to achieve orgasm after being aroused by foreplay, including by oral sex, vibrators or other sex toys, or watching erotic movies.
Communication between partners leads to good sex. Talk about what you like, and them try it.
Most importantly, relax and have a good time. Don't worry about how good your partner thinks you are, or if you'll have an orgasm. Just do it!
Hit The Spot
The G spot, named after the Ernst Grefenberg, the gynecologist who discovered it, produces intense vaginal orgasms in some women, even more so than clitoral orgasms. Doctors hypothesize that some women have a G spot, while others do not, and still others claim it is simply the same as the urethral sponge, located in the lower genitals by the pubic bone.
Take It Easy
Relaxing and having fun are the basis of great sex and great orgasms. Understand that sex isn't a game or a contest, it is all right to have sex just to give and receive pleasure. Immerse yourself in the moment and indulge in the Big O.