Types of Female Orgasms

As medicine has evolved over the years so knows the types of female orgasms. Originally it was believed that there were two types of orgasms, and they were simply had by a woman of different maturity.

Types of Female Orgasms

It was believed and taught that only mature women had vaginal orgasms and immature women had clitoral orgasms. Thankfully today experts know that this is not true and that any woman can have both a vaginal and clitoral orgasms. When surveyed, most women couldn’t differentiate between the two types of orgasms.

Sexual experts all agree that regardless of the type of orgasm to be had, clitoral stimulation is required. Even as some women say that all they need to have is sexual intercourse to have an orgasm, what experts believe is happening is their clitoris is being pushed down and stimulated by a portion of their partner’s torso.

Further research has indicated that there may be the third type of female orgasm possible. This third type of orgasm is the G-Spot orgasm. This particularly intense type of orgasm occurs when the G-spot (usually found on the inside front wall of the vagina) is stimulated.

It does not matter what type of orgasm you have, rather the important fact is that you are having regular orgasms when you are sexually active. This allows you to feel satisfied and enjoy the pleasure of climax.

Experiencing Multiple Orgasms

Having three types of female orgasms suggests that it may be possible to have multiple orgasms during the same session of intercourse. For many years doctors thought that only a small minority of women possessed the ability to have multiple orgasms. This like the belief about the types of orgasms experienced by women has changed.

Through sexual research, it has been determined that most women can experience multiple orgasms. That is to say that they can have a series of orgasms, one right after the other. The main factor in this ability is that the woman is happy and relaxed in the relationship and her partner is willing to stimulate her until she climaxes again.

Through these studies, it has also been found that the ability to have multiple orgasms increases as a woman ages. It is very unusual for a woman in her 20’s to experience multiple orgasms, but many women in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s experience it regularly.



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Orgasms and Mid-Life

As a woman ages her ability to achieve orgasm increases yet for some women this does not happen naturally. There are many times which a woman who is struggling to have experience orgasms needs external help. A recent Danish study revealed that of 500 women ranging in age from 18 to 88, 25 percent had never experienced an orgasm. Through group therapy, their outlook on their genitals was changed to one with a positive outlook and to learn acceptance of their sexuality through touch.

From here they were embarked on practical sex-therapy by using clitoral vibrators. 95 percent of the women in the study experienced at least one orgasm during their sex-therapy. Even post-menopausal women experienced orgasms, thus proving that you are never too old to have an orgasm.

Also found in this study that the use of additional items such as Alura Lux greatly increased the numbers of orgasms that were being experienced. Alura Lux was developed by a gynecologist specifically for women with low libidos and an inability to reach orgasm.

As it increases the blood flow to the clitoris, the clitoris becomes much more sensitive and all contact with the clitoris is amplified, thus allow quicker and multiple orgasms.

It is never too late to start experiencing orgasms. If you are a mother, commonly, the sensitivity of your clitoris is reduced because of childbirth. You too can experience orgasms again with the help of Alura Lux.