In Need of Some Scholarly Advice...  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
11/9/2005 12:49 pm

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In Need of Some Scholarly Advice...


I have been looking over many of my sex books and gynecology books to try and figure out what kind of orgasms my girlfriend is having during sex.

According to Deborah Sundahl, uterine orgasms are impossible to have multiples. She also states however that G-Spot (blended) orgasms are impossible to achieve without at least some kind of mild clitoral stimulation.

When my girlfriend and I are having sex she is as multi-orgasmic as it can possibly get. Her first orgasm takes about 20 minutes or so and makes her tense up more than what doctors say should be happening. Once she has that first orgasm she will continue to have them regularly every 1 to 4 minutes thereafter.

Normally she reaches orgasm 8 to 17 times within each time that we have sex. It is pretty obvious when she is having an orgasm because she is normally pretty quiet during intercourse and will suddenly start screaming which is what Sundahl describes as the apnea response.

The symptoms aim towards her having a high powered uterine orgasm but medical research also shows that very few women in the US and even world-wide ever achieve or experience a uterine orgasm within their lives. The last results I saw stated that a little less then 3% of all women ever have one because something has to be in contact with the cervix in order to trigger the orgasm and uterine spasms.

Of course, many sources refer to a uterine orgasm as being a G-Spot orgasm but Sundahl teaches that they are different. Most doctors proclaim that there are only 2 types of female orgasms and Sundahl and a few other female doctors proclaim that there are actually 3.

I am finding this rather confusing…

Has anyone else studied these materials before?

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hellcatfury 42F
5 posts
12/15/2005 12:19 pm

I think your research is completely wrong. If I am on top of my partner, and working myself silly, I will have a very strong uterine orgasm. If I keep going (I usually can't stop anyway), and assuming he doesn't cum (which usually my contractions will make him), I'll orgasm again. Just to put the icing on the cake, if he then takes me doggy style and does it really hard and fast, I'll keep on having my orgasm till he finishes himself off. All this with no stimulation to my clit at all.

So, either I am incredibly lucky, which I doubt, or doctors and researchers are just plain wrong, mulitples are completley possible. One thing I have noticed is that a clit orgasm is totally impossible after a uterine or g-spot one. Well, so far.

I have noticed one thing different about me than my girlfriends. They cum easily with clit stimulation. I can (and do), but I so much more prefer to have penetration with the clit stimulation. They say I'm nuts, that the clit is what it's all about. I'm guessing their g-spot has never been found as frequently as mine. Which makes me wonder if my g-spot is more accessible than my girlfriends'.

Now, I'm gonna have to do some research of my own.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
11/11/2005 6:07 am

Some doctors say the orgasms are the same...

Researchers say they are different...


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/10/2005 9:24 am

One last comment and I'll quit hogging your blog...

It is normal to tense before we cum..especially right before...some kind of sympathetic nerve response...I can trigger myself by tensing once I'm ready to cum...

like I said, take everything you read with a grain of salt.


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/10/2005 9:11 am

When you REALLY want to know more about ANYTHING in life...

Go out and experience it!!

Your own experience is much more valid than any theory you will ever find in a book!!!!!!!!


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/10/2005 9:09 am

Uterine and G-spot orgasms ARE the same thing. What the hell does a male-obgyn know ? lol

Take some of those research percentages with a grain of salt; A lot of the research was Masters and Johnson and other studies that were done YEARS ago when women were not nearly as emancipated or sexually free as we are today...if your only experience is your high-school sweetheart who is sexually repressed, doesn't give head and only does it missionary position you're going to get responses that aren't true for most women anymore under the age of 50.


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/10/2005 9:03 am

I am female! Please don't be confused.

Corezon


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/10/2005 9:01 am

Again, you are thinking much to hard when you are having sex, honey!!!!

The way I get off exactly sounds exactly like your girlfriend; the 1st one takes the longest but the others come more quickly until I finally can't come anymore...the 1st is usually longer and more intense but not always, it depends upon the buildup...I actually like the strongest to coincide with my partner getting off inside me because that is THE strongest most wonderful orgasm and it is shared...the other ones can come later...it can be a turn-on to be watched even if he's spent...and he might still like to play a little bit more too...

A woman's hormone levels during her cycle affect her orgasms and ability to get aroused also, around ovulation time I can cum over just about anything and do it repeatedly over and over for just about 72 hours with the right guy and the time...but at some point after my period it is just harder to get off...before and during works just fine...

Of course it's harder to have a vaginal orgasm without direct contact with the vagina----that's what penises are for!!!!!!! Most women can't get them, period, though, unless they are also getting clitoral stimulation...and they can do it themselves if necessary, that way your attention doesn't have to be on the awkwardness of reaching her while you're pounding...

a combo clitoral and vaginal orgasm is stronger than either alone...a clitoral orgasm is stronger by itself than a vaginal orgasm alone...and when a woman has both, for sure, I can literally feel vagina spasming and one boyfriend was sensitive enough that he could tell it, too, said I sucked him up into him, gripped him...

some guys apparently really can't tell the difference when a woman is cumming...but almost everybody starts to get off when I do (and vice versa), there is definitely a hormonal and physicial chain reaction here...

In a nutshell, your best chances of getting off inside her are if she's cumming when you're pounding, don't wear her response out by too many orgasms before that time comes...

Woman on top helps if you're with a smaller guy, you can get really good clit stimulation too because you can really grind it...larger guys tend to hurt if I grind too deep in this position...


ArmorMonadCharm 44F

11/9/2005 4:04 pm

Why does it matter what kind of orgasm she has, just so she has them?

*blush*


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