Some couples believe that orgasm is the peak of pleasure in sexual activity. Quoted from Health, according to Sherry Ross, MD, OB-GYN orgasm is a physical reflex that occurs when the muscles tighten during sexual arousal. Then, relax through a series of rhythmic contractions.
In women, there are 10 types of orgasms. Each type has different stimulation points and sensations. Here are 10 types of orgasms that women can experience.
1. Clitoral Orgasm
"The clitoris is a very sensitive part of the female anatomy, made up of millions of nerve endings similar to a penis," says Dr. Ross.
Direct stimulation of the clitoris or touching the labia surrounding the clitoris can promote increased blood flow to the area. The clitoris is enlarged and able to release orgasms.
A 2018 study found that intense play with the clitoris can trigger orgasms. As many as 36.6 percent of people said they need clitoral stimulation to orgasm during sex. Another 36 percent said orgasms felt better with clitoral stimulation even though they could have had one without it.
2. G-spot orgasms
Stimulating the G-spot is another way to achieve orgasm through penetrative sex. The G-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina about halfway between the vaginal opening and the cervix.
Touching the G-spot with fingers, penis, or sex toys can lead to G-spot orgasms. Some people also report that their G-spot orgasms are very intense compared to other types of orgasms.
"When you are sexually aroused, the G-spot will fill with blood and swell," says Dr. Ross.
3. Squirting Orgasm
During orgasm, some women emit a jet of clear fluid (urine) which is known as squirting. G-spot stimulation and stimulation of the area around the urethra can result in squirting.
"Sometimes when a woman is aroused or sexually stimulated, there is discharge from the glands around the urethra or the anterior surface of the vagina during or before orgasm," says Dr. Ross.
4. Vaginal Orgasm
An orgasm from penetrative sex that accidentally stimulates the clitoris and the G-spot is considered a vaginal orgasm. In addition to the clitoris, the vagina has additional erogenous zones. The A-spot or anterior fornix is located at the front of the vaginal wall. This area can trigger a deep vaginal orgasm if touched the right way. Some people may also have an orgasm from touching the cervix itself.
"That can cause the entire uterus to contract during orgasm with massive contractions throughout the area because this area contains ligaments with very sensitive nerves," says Dr. Prudence Hall, MD, a gynecologist from Southern California.
5. Anal Orgasm
Anal sex can help women quickly reach climax by indirectly stimulating the erogenous areas around them. This is because the anus and rectum are very close to the vagina as well as the clitoris.
To have an anal orgasm, stimulate the anus with your finger or a sex toy. Before penetration, apply lots of lube and have your partner enter you slowly. You have to communicate what feels good and find the right rhythm to reach orgasm.
6. Nipple Orgasm
Breasts and nipples are major erogenous zones. According to Dr. Ross, women can have an orgasm by stimulating the area. Nipples especially react to touch because they have nerve endings and sensitive skin. Some people say that caressing, kissing, or sucking nipples can result in powerful orgasms. Research has found that nipple stimulation activates the part of the brain that controls genital stimulation.
7. Mixed Orgasms
Mixed orgasms are climaxes that occur when more than one erogenous zone is stimulated simultaneously. For example the clitoris with the G-spot, the clitoris with the vagina, and others.
If you want to experience mixed orgasms, try the woman on top sex position. In this position, your partner's hands can freely touch the clitoris or breasts during penetration.
8. Repetitive Orgasms
Women can have multiple orgasms because they don't need as much rest between orgasms and arousal.
To experience repeated orgasms, Dr. Hall suggests contracting the pelvic muscles (by squeezing and releasing as if to hold back the flow of urine). This keeps the blood flow high which increases sensitivity and makes a second orgasm easier to achieve.
This orgasm occurs in women when exercising. A study from Indiana University found 370 out of 530 women experienced an orgasm or sexual pleasure during exercise, usually from core exercise.
"If someone has very developed pelvic floor muscles and during exercise they really start to contract, I think an orgasm is very likely during that time," explains Dr Hall.
10. Nocturnal Orgasms
Similar to the 'wet dreams' experienced by men, women may experience orgasms while sleeping. This orgasm most likely begins with an erotic dream which causes increased blood flow to the genitals and lubrication thereby causing the body to orgasm during sleep.
Studies in the 1950s found 37 percent of women had nocturnal orgasms by the time they were 45 years old.
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