How to Orgasm Multiple Times

Having multiple orgasms can be a pleasure-filled experience. It’s a great way to explore and expand your sexuality.

Many women find that stimulating their clitoral ridge after an orgasm leads to more orgasms. It’s important not to get too overzealous though, as a clitoral orgasm can cause pain.

Here are some tips on how to orgasm multiple times: 1. Start with foreplay.

Be Open-Minded

While achieving orgasms does feel good, for many people it’s not the end of the story. That’s why so many sex manuals and advice columns focus on how to have multiple orgasms.

The first step is being open-minded to the process. It’s essential that you and your partner have clear communication so that you can explore what positions, pressure, and other sensations work for you both. You’ll want to avoid orgasms that are jarring and uncomfortable. You’ll also want to stay connected to your body both mentally and physically, and avoid taking quick, huffy breaths as this could interrupt the pleasure.

One of the reasons that orgasms are so enjoyable is that they release accumulated sexual tension. These sensations can create a kind of “ecstatic state.” But even after an orgasm, the genitals go through a period known as the refractory period, meaning that stimulation is difficult and sometimes even painful.

But the key to having multiple orgasms may be avoiding the refractory period altogether, and the best way to do that is with foreplay. That’s because foreplay allows your arousal levels to attune and you’ll be ready to reach another climax. Ultimately, you may be able to get multiple orgasms that seem to come one after the other without any kind of break between them. This is called a serial multiple orgasm and it can be very pleasurable.

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Foreplay Is Necessary

When it comes to getting multiple orgasms, the more arousing your body is before you even start stimulating yourself sexually, the better. That’s why it’s a great idea to spend a little time before sex ramping up your sensuality through music, candles, massages, movies, and more. “The pot of desire is much bigger when you have it simmering before you touch yourself or someone else,” says Rachel Carlton Abrams, M.D., coauthor of The Multi-Orgasmic Woman.

During this time, it’s also important to work on your pelvic floor muscles—more specifically, contracting the Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle. This helps increase orgasms and makes it easier to reach climax.

Another helpful tip is to take small gaps after you get an orgasm. This is beneficial for both you and your partner, because it gives them the chance to calm down and recover before you begin working up to another orgasm. It’s also a good way to test out which techniques are most effective for you and your partner, since every person is different.

Remember, the goal of orgasming multiple times isn’t to snag a lot of points—it’s all about pleasure. So, don’t be afraid to try out new types of touch or positions with your partner that you never thought you would before. That may lead to a whole new level of pleasure that neither one of you expected, which is exactly the point!

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Take Small Gaps

There’s a lot of pleasure in reaching orgasm, and it’s totally normal to want multiple orgasms. But before you start rubbing your clitoris in anticipation of your next orgasm, it’s important to consider the underlying sex motivations and dynamics that drive this desire.

For example, you’ll probably have a better chance of getting multiple orgasms if you’re already ramped up with sexual stimuli that connects to your body (think music, candles, massage, movies, and so on). And for some people, reaching multiple orgasms isn’t necessarily related to the quality of sex, which can be just as pleasurable for many women.

In general, it’s harder to reach multiple orgasms if you’re fatigued, distracted, or stressed out. These factors drain your energy, making it difficult to keep up with your clitoris and elicit additional orgasms. And if you’re not able to keep up with your orgasms, they’ll likely end prematurely, causing disappointment instead of pleasure.

Once you’ve reached one orgasm, take a little time to rest and recover before moving on to the next round. This can be beneficial for both you and your partner sexually, because it will help your clitoris return to its baseline level of stimulation. Then, once you’re ready, try stroking or pleasuring a different part of your body to awaken the nerve pathways that produced your first orgasm.

Do Not Rush

Most people with a vagina and clitoris can orgasm multiple times during sex because the female body doesn’t have the same post-orgasm “refractory period” that men do. But if you’re trying to achieve multiple orgasms, it’s important not to push too hard. The clitoris is hypersensitive after an orgasm, so it’s better to stop when you feel like your arousal is beginning to deflate rather than pushing through and possibly experiencing a painful or uncomfortable orgasm.

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Also, it’s helpful to take it slow and enjoy the sensations. The more you can ramp up your sexual energy from outside sources (music, candles, massage) before you even begin touching yourself or your partner, the more likely you are to have multiple orgasms. Then, you can focus on the pleasure and switch up the sensations to keep things feeling fresh and exciting. This is where sex toys come in handy. They can reach the G-spot, a sensitive nub above your clitoris that can be stimulated with curled fingers or a tongue, and they may also work to get you squirting if you’re lucky enough to experience a sex orgasm.

It’s also worth remembering that some people don’t orgasm at all during sex and that is totally okay. Having a single orgasm during sex is still incredibly satisfying and a sign of healthy sex.

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