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article imageThe Anatomy Of The Female Orgasm

By KJ Mullins     Jun 3, 2007 in Lifestyle
The female orgasm is a mysterious thing. Some women have multiple orgasms while some have never experienced the mind blowing pleasure. One thing is known, the larger a woman's G-spot, the better chance she has to climax.
The biology of the female orgasm is a complex time line of body tissues merging to form contractions that bring pleasure. Before the orgasm the clitoris becomes erect and the vaginal opening moistens. The labia minora (inner lips) become darker as blood is rushing to them. At the no turning back stage the outer third of the vagina tightens and narrows while the vagina itself lengthens and dilates. The uterus gets involved and starts to contract. Those Sally Met Harry orgasms.....everything is going. The uterus, vagina, anus, and pelvic muscles undergo a series of rhythmic contractions and the woman is in heaven.
Many women have an orgasm without penetration. Stimulation of the clitoris lets many women feel the waves of pleasure.
The G-spot and the Skene's Gland are both partners in helping give a woman sexual fulfillment. The gland is located on the upper wall of the vagina near the urethra. Surrounded by tissues, including the the part of the clitoris that reaches into the vagina. The clitoris tissues inside the vagina swell just like the clitoris itself when sexually aroused. The female hard on.
The Skene's Gland is homologous with the prostate gland in males. It is believed that it is the source of female ejaculation. Now here's the good and bad news. Some woman don't have the gland. And some women's glands are smaller than others. This is a time when we can really say size counts. The larger the gland the better chance of having orgasms that rock the house.
If you are one of the women who gush fluid during orgasm your Skene's Gland is probably large. Chances are you're also very happy lady.
The fluid that is present in female ejaculation is much like the fluid in prostate ejaculation, minus the sperm. The marker enzyme PDE5 is present in both male and female fluids.
Research has shown that 13% of women experience multiple orgasms. Generally the orgasms after the first one are stronger. Some women have had rolling orgasms where the orgasm lasts in waves.
When it's all said and done with everything calms down and returns to normal size within ten minutes.
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