For a woman, it all begins in the built up. During this time, the body goes through changes which increase its sensitivity and arousal, especially in certain areas of the body. Some things are visible (erect nipples for example), while other things are internal and can only be felt by the woman. As the woman gets closer to orgasm, her heart begins to beat faster as she takes quicker breathes. Certain parts of her body, like her face, neck or chest, may also become flushed during this time. Moving on to the nether region, her body begins to create a natural lubricant which makes penetration much more enjoyable and smoother. As she gets more and more aroused, the labia flattens out and the vagina will lengthen and widen as it prepares for penetration. While all this is happening, blood continues to rush to the pelvic area which creates a pleasurable warm sensation.
Did you know that a woman's clitoris retracts and becomes shorter right before she climaxes?
Once she climaxes, the muscles all over her body contract. Her blood pressure, breathing rates and heart rate continue to rise. Inside her vagina, rhythmic contractions occur in the outer part of her vagina, uterus, and anus. There's a biological reason for these contractions, as they help the move the semen higher up int he vagina, which makes it easier for the sperm to swim to the egg. The contractions happen around once every second, and usually last around 3 to 5 pulses. For an orgasm to be considered intense, there need to be over 10 pulses! After the pulses subside, the uterus, labia and clitoris return to their normal size. The woman, at this point, feels extreme muscle relaxation. Once relaxed, the woman is able to be stimulated again, and so can have multiple orgasms...
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