By Michael Marshall. Ejaculation is just one of the aspects of female sexuality that are being demystified by research. In particular, the female orgasm, the subject of so many myths and folk beliefs, is gradually being understood. Following some intense field research, here are some of the key facts about the female orgasm, as revealed by modern science. The G spot is a small region in the vagina that, if stimulated, can produce wildly intense orgasms — or so the popular claim goes.
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Healthy sexual and reproductive organs are vital to a woman's sexual health. Learning about the functions of each organ and how these organs work together allows you to be aware of your body and of any changes that might indicate a problem. This information can also help you choose a method of birth control or determine when is the best time to try and get pregnant. Learning about a woman's sexual responses may also make you more comfortable with your body.
The duration of the orgasm was obtained using the subject's verbal indication of its start and finish. The estimated duration and the subjective experience of the orgasm self-graded on a 5-point scale were also obtained in a number of subjects. Vaginal blood flow was assessed by the power consumption needed to keep a heated oxygen electrode, held on the vaginal wall by suction, at a constant temperature.
Recently, I had a telephone counselling session with a year-old woman who told me she had never experienced an orgasm in her life and felt it was time she finally found out what the fuss was all about. She had married young and both she and her husband were quite inexperienced. Now divorced, she wanted to gain some more knowledge before she found another partner. When Harry Met Sally - and that infamous "I'll have what she's having" moment.