By now, you've probably heard about the ways the deck is stacked against women when it comes to orgasming. It can be more complicated for a woman to figure out what works for her compared to the tragically simple "up-down" motion on a penis that seems to do the trick every time , and women just aren't having as many orgasms as men in general. But for all the drawbacks there's one huge upside: the ability to have multiple orgasms in a short window of time. Meaning that once you've mastered that first peak, the climb to the next one is absolutely obtainable. But Dr. Some women are perfectly satisfied with just one orgasm," she says. So no need to go chasing dozens of orgasms if you're happy with your sex life as is.
Multiple orgasms: How many women actually have them?
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Yes, You Can Double Your Pleasure In Bed
In some ways, any conversation about the female orgasm is defunct before it even starts. After all, little is known about it, it varies hugely for every woman, and, for a lot of women it comes with no sudden physical ejaculation of fluid as it does with a man, rendering the entire thing a much more subjective and interiorised experience. And yet, perhaps this is all the more reason to talk about it, not only from a scientific point of view, but a socio-cultural one too.
You might be ready to tap-out after round one tonight, but new research has found sticking it out could win you a prize worth waiting for: multiple orgasms. New research conducted by US sexual health doctors Dr David Delvin and Dr Christine Webber, found that seven out of ten women can come multiple times in one session. The study suggests that many women who believe that they or their partners aren't able to have multiple orgasms feel that their genitals are too sensitive after the first one for further stimulation — but they may in fact be able to have more than one orgasm if they use moves that are slower, less direct, and less forceful. Sex boosts the levels of a human's anti-ageing hormone DHEA dehydroepiandrosterone — a key factor in keeping us young. After orgasm, levels of DHEA in the blood rise to five times the normal level.