How The Female Orgasm Works

What happens to your body when you are climaxing? Why do you feel so happy and relaxed once you are done with orgasm? These are some of the questions that every woman wants to know. So, here’s the science behind the female orgasm. Know it, feel it, and try to get satisfied.

Delving Deep into the Female Orgasm Mechanism

It all starts with “The Clitoris”. The clitoris has the incredible function of promoting sexual excitement, which in turn induces a woman to have intercourse and become pregnant. However, it’s not always mandatory to have an orgasm to get pregnant. Because there are a lot of women who did conceive without climaxing orgasm at all. So, why do women orgasm? Why do they feel so satisfied and relaxed after climaxing? These are some questions that scientists are trying to figure out.

While you are climaxing…

During an intercourse, you feel a warm and sexy rush that boost your excitement levels. This happens because of the blood vessles that starts heading straight to your vagina and clitoris. This is the time when your vagina walls start secreting lubrication that eventually gets bigger and flows together. As you get deeper into it, the blood heading towards your vagina starts flowing rapidly, your heartbeat fastens, breathing speeds up, and the lower part of the vagina narrows to grip the penis. However, the upper part of the vagina expands a bit to give penis someplace to go. After some point of time  -if all goes well - an incredible amount of nerve and muscle tension will start building up in the genitals, pelvis, buttocks, and thighs. It will keep on building up until you reach the climax and your body involuntarily releases it all at once in a series of intensely pleasurable waves, knowns as the orgasm.

This is the moment which gives you the maximum satisfaction and this is the point where you actually feel to stop and relax for a while. At this big bag moment, your uterus, vagina, and anus go into serious of contractions simultaneously at 0.8 seconds intervals. Normally, a small orgasm consists of 3-5 contractions and a big one can have from 10 to 15 contractions. Some women report to have a clitoral orgasm, some speaks about the vaginal orgasm, and others say they experience a combination of two.

After the peak of pleasure, the body gradually slides into a state of relaxation but sadly not all women face it. A lot of women complain of pelvic heaviness and aching if they fail to reach the climax. Not only this, there are cases when women have experienced less satisfaction even after reaching the climax. They complain that a single orgasm is not enough to release the build muscle and nerve tension which in turn leave them in their own blue balls. Surprisingly, male do experience sexual tension and heaviness and it’s quite harmless. So, there is no need to worry about it.

Final Words

Sex, is no doubt, one of the basic pleasures of life but the orgasm is something that cannot be expressed in words. If you have a vagina, you have all rights to steal some moments of relaxation and satisfaction while climaxing. The ultimate journey of the female orgasm starts from the clitoral stimulation and ends up with rhythmic contractions of nerves and muscles. This is how the female orgasm works and makes women happy and satisfied.

Hope this works for you.