How to Have Multiple Orgasms
Hello #MomentumLovers! I'm Dr. Drai a board-certified OBGYN, sexual health expert, and founder of Momentum Intimacy. Through my FDA-approved condom & lubricant line called Momentum, I help people improve their intimacy and have a more satisfying sex life.
2020 has been a year full of surprises. Due to social distancing and quarantining, many people found themselves single and alone or "stuck in the house" with their significant other. For some, Coronavirus has incited a spark in their sex life, and unfortunately for others, the virus has brought their sex life to a screeching halt.
As 2020 is coming to a close, it’s important that we set our sights on bigger and better for 2021 and focus on having the best sexual health. Let’s discuss how to have multiple orgasms in 2021.
There are 2 types of orgasms – clitoral and “G-spot” orgasms. The majority of women who have experienced both kinds of orgasms claim that it is easier to have multiple G-spot orgasms than it is to have multiple clitoral orgasms. If an orgasm turns its lovely head towards you while you and your partner are playing with each other try whispering some words of encouragement (and perhaps turn up the heat just a little bit) and continue pleasuring your partner through the orgasm.
Continuing to provide pleasure will help your partner go right into the next one. If it continues to feel good for both of you, what’s the point of stopping? There is often a chain reaction with multiple G-spot orgasms coming one after another. Each one makes the next one feel even better and makes most anything else sexual feel much better too.
However, everybody is different, and the quality is far more important than the quantity. It is true that for some women, playing with the G-Spot may become more likely to result in orgasm over some time, usually a few weeks or months after first starting to experiment with it. It is also very true that the intensity of orgasms may be directly related to pubococcygeal muscle tone. This is another incentive for doing regular Kegel exercises.
If you are a woman and you would like to try stimulating your G-Spot while masturbating try using a good combination of toys. Most women would use a vibrator, which can be used on your clitoris as you’re getting warmed up as well as penetration. Don’t be afraid to try new things so that you can go to new heights in your sexual exploration.
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