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Vagina Vs Clitoral Orgasm- All you need to know

Part of living a full life is having a healthy sex life which includes having orgasms.

There are many health benefits associated with experiencing orgasm, and though the female orgasm is sometimes treated like a mystery, it’s really not much different from the male orgasm.

Women may reach orgasm through clitoral stimulation, vaginal stimulation including the G-spot — or through various

other sensory pathways, such as stimulation of your breasts or other erogenous zones.

 

CLITORAL ORGASM

Clitoral orgasm is the closest to male orgasm. It involves the clitoris becoming engorged, or erect, and the orgasm itself

provides release. You can often feel these orgasms on the surface of the body, like a tingly feeling along your skin, and in your brain.

VAGINA ORGASM

An orgasm achieved through stimulation of your vagina is often described as “deeper” and more intense. These orgasms are deeper in the body and are usually accompanied by pulsations of the vaginal canal walls. When the G-spot – a specific spot about 2 inches inside the front vaginal wall – is stimulated, it can result in ejaculation

WHAT ALL ORGASMS HAVE IN COMMON

Excitement

Described as a state of arousal or desire, this phase involves your

body beginning to get ready for sex. There’s an increase of certain

hormones, blood begins to engorge your sexual organs, and you

may feel as if your whole body is blushing.

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During this phase, sexual tension builds even more. You may not

be able to think of anything other than sexual stimulation. Your

heart rate and blood pressure continue to increase.

Orgasm

When you reach orgasm, your vagina, uterus, pelvic floor muscles,

and sometimes muscles all over your body contract rhythmically.

 Resolution

Following your orgasm, your body relaxes, and your heart rate, blood

pressure, and breathing slow down to a more normal rate.

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