The Female Orgasm
Before an orgasm, your body becomes increasingly excited. Breathing, heart rate and blood pressure increases, pupils of the eyes dilate, the lips of the mouth darken, the nipples become erect, the clitoris swells and becomes erect and exposed, much like the aroused penis. With more excitement, the skin becomes flushed and it begins to sweat. In the female, the labia, clitoris, vagina and pelvic organs enlarge in very much the same way as the aroused penis enlarges and becomes erect. Sometimes there is a plateau of excitement which is held for several minutes before you are about to orgasm.
Orgasm is the point at which all the tension is suddenly released in a series of involuntary and pleasurable muscular contractions that may be felt in the vagina and/or uterus (some women do experience orgasms without contractions).
The orgasm happens when excitement seems to go over the edge -- a climax or crescendo is reached which may last several seconds or longer. During orgasm the body stiffens and the muscles contract. Involuntary muscle contractions and spasms may occur in various parts of the body, including your legs, stomach, arms, and back. The muscles of the vagina relax and contract rapidly, as do the muscles of the uterus. The glands of the vagina (Bartholin's glands) discharge a watery secretion, which acts to lubricate the vagina. It is often said to be the equivalent to the male ejaculation.
The main physical changes that occur during a sexual experience are a result of vasocongestion. This is the accumulation of blood in various parts of the body. Muscular tension increases and other changes occur throughout your body also.Endorphins Orgasms cause a release of endorphins into one's spinal fluid and endorphins are also somewhat responsible for the emotion of happiness, pleasure, calming effect, etc.
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