Different parts of the female anatomy respond during external stimulation of the clitoris and vaginal penetration. It has long been a subject of debate and speculation whether women can have two different types of orgasm - one as a result of external clitoral stimulation and the other as a result of vaginal penetration. The study was carried out by measuring tiny variations in blood flow patterns during different types of sexual contact to establish how the clitoris and vaginal complex responded - either "during manual self-stimulation of the external clitoris" or "during vaginal penetration with a wet tampon," the study explains. A Mhz flat probe and a vaginal probe was used to carry out functional sonography scans. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
Types of female orgasm explained - from clitoral and G-spot, to A-spot
10 Types of Female Orgasm Every Woman Should Have
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5 Types Of Orgasms -- And How To Have More Of Each
Photo by Psalm Isadora. Let's just start with the basics: Any orgasm is a good orgasm. But what most women don't know is that you can experience six different kinds of orgasm through tantra.
Orgasms don't always come easy, but thanks to the wildly subjective nature of human pleasure, there are so, so many ways to reach that "O. Now, "different orgasms," doesn't really mean different types of climax, so much as different ways to evoke the sensation. Sheila Loanzon, M. The clitoris is a small, nerve-dense structure seated at the top of the vaginal opening, and serves no function other than to provide sexual pleasure. How to have a clitoral orgasm: First things first, you need to figure out if you prefer direct or indirect stimulation, which is to say, touching the clitoris itself, or through the labia and clitoral hood.