Our expert says:
Due to the individuality of people and the uniqueness of experiences it is a difficult and almost impossible to answer, but here are a couple of most commonly experienced sensations:
• An intense physical experience controlled by involuntary, or autonomic, nervous system.
• It is usually accompanied by quick cycles of muscle contractions in the lower pelvic area (around the sexual organs and the anus)
• In many cases involuntary muscle contractions in other areas of the body might also occur.
• The sensation is often described a euphoric.
During sexual arousal the sexual organs and surrounding areas increasingly become engorged. As orgasm becomes closer and into orgasm the clitoris seems to retract under the clitoral hood.
After orgasm the whole body usually feels extremely relaxed.
The following website links might be useful should you want to explore more information:
You are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information: www.sexualhealth.co.za
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