According to statistics, about one in seven women experienced more than one orgasm at a time, so the chances are pretty high.
During an orgasm, which lasts for women from 13 to 51 seconds, the tissues inside the vagina fill with blood and slightly expand, the muscles tense and contract rhythmically with a frequency of about 0.8-1 second.
During a multi-orgasm, the body repeats this cycle several times in a row (serial) or with a small break between “sessions” (sequential). That is, some women remain excited between a series of muscle contractions, while others have time to relax a bit.
What is the problem if the mechanism is clear? Not everyone is able to run it! The reasons are different.
1. Orgasm becomes the goal of sex.
And, realizing the importance of this event, the brain, under the burden of responsibility, refuses to receive it.
Many women, after one orgasm, are completely unprepared for continued stimulation, and this is simply unpleasant for them.
How many orgasms can you get?
Medicine knows cases when a woman gets dozens of orgasms in a row. However, the most realistic and expected answer seems to be 2-3 orgasms at a time.
What are orgasms?
Multiple orgasms can affect different parts of the body, which means they can be:
- combined (clitoris + vagina);
- mixed (with stimulation of several erogenous zones: clitoris, G-spot, nipples, etc.).
Each subsequent orgasm can be either weaker or stronger than the previous one, there is no direct relationship.
How to get a multi-orgasm?
1. Let Your Most Stimulated Zone Rest
After the first orgasm, you may have increased sensitivity, for example, the clitoris, so for the second orgasm it is better to focus on a different erogenous zone.
2. Tighten intimate muscles
Do this after the first orgasm and slow down your breathing. It is possible that the continuation will not keep you waiting!
3. Be present in the moment
It is very important! Do not be distracted, but focus on your feelings in order to prolong them.
4. Talk to your doctor
If you find it difficult to turn on, discuss with a specialist options for how to improve the situation. Low libido is not a reason to refuse pleasure.