Do people really have multiple orgasms
But you might be surprised to know that if you can reach one O, you're probably capable of having lots more immediately after—or, as the pros call it, multiple orgasms. Unfortunately, there isn't more recent research out there on this subject. But Vivienne Cass, Ph. As soon as the most intense part of the initial orgasm is over, Cass recommends gently touching yourself—or asking your partner to—to keep the pleasurable sensations going. You can even wait a few moments for the arousal to slightly subside and then get back to touching if that feels good to you.
The multiple orgasm: Does it exist and who knows for sure?
Multiple orgasms: How many women actually have them?
The anatomical structures responsible for orgasm in men and women are not all that different. But men are hampered by the need to rest after climax. Researchers have found that without this hurdle, some women are capable of having orgasms in rapid succession, as well as orgasms that last 20 to 60 seconds. A study by Masters and Johnson in documented an orgasm lasting 43 seconds. According to most studies of the subject, about 15 percent of women claim to have had multiple orgasms.
This Is What It's Really Like to Experience Multiple Orgasms
There will be a man and a woman and they are having sex. Up against a wall, in a bed, in a car, anywhere. Vertically, horizontally. Clothed or unclothed.