5 Insecurities Women Tend To Have About Their Orgasms

It’s a known fact that guys find it relatively easier to have an orgasm during sex. Women, on the other hand, often worry about having one. And more often than not, they end up faking it because of it taking so long or difficulty in having it. Know that you’re definitely not alone in this struggle. As a woman, here are 5 insecurities you are likely to have about your orgasms and how you should tackle them.

5 Insecurities You’re Likely To Have About Your Orgasms As A Woman

1. Not Having An Orgasm From Vaginal Penetration

You Might Be Worried About Not Having An Orgasm While Having Penetrative Sex

Here’s some good news if this is something you’re worried about. 75 percent women are said to be unlikely to have an orgasm from vaginal penetration alone. They need stimulation in the clitoral region as well. What often happens is that because the clitoris is just outside the vagina, a lot of women don’t receive enough

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stimulation to be aroused completely. And naturally, in such cases, the chances of an orgasm are relatively slim. So, the best way to increase your chances of an orgasm during penetrative sex is to indulge in a lot of foreplay and have your partner stimulate your clitoris.

2. Uncertainty About Whether Or Not You’re Having An Orgasm

You May Be The Kind To Have Mild Orgasms Without Knowing It, So You’re Unsure About Whether You’re Having One In The First Place

While this might seem a little bizarre, a lot of women can’t tell if they’re having orgasms. This is simply because not all orgasms have the standard signs – sweating, rapid breathing, and muscle contractions. You might be having mild forms of an orgasm without even knowing it. Although what you might have seen on the TV and in movies may look sensational, you might be one among those who have gentle orgasms that might feel like a blip.

3. Going Solo Working Out Better

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If you’re one of those women who’s able to orgasm more easily when you’re by yourself than when you’re with your partner, you’re not alone. Men are known to be able to orgasm almost 95 percent of the time while having sex with their partners. Women, on the other hand, are said to have less than a 60 percent chance of that happening.

If you’re trying to figure out how to tackle this, the first and foremost thing you should know is that women take so much longer than men to orgasm. Also, there’s a very good chance that you and your partner are still in the process of figuring each other out physically. So, you need to give things time and be patient. Ensure that you’re comfortable in your own skin around your partner. Confidence, self-esteem, and trust play a vital role. And if something’s not working for you, let

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your partner know. It’ll at least help him know for sure what he shouldn’t be doing.

4. Inability To Achieve Multiple Orgasms

You May Be Worried About Not Being Able To Achieve Multiple Orgasms

While multiple orgasms are definitely not a myth, it’s certainly okay if you don’t have a series of orgasms in one evening. Every woman’s body has a threshold for how much she can handle physically. Biological capability doesn’t mean that you should try to have another orgasm after one successful instance and put yourself through extreme discomfort and pain. So, don’t push yourself beyond your limits especially when your body’s giving you signals to stop.

5. Experiencing Pain While Having An Orgasm

You Might Be Concerned About Your Painful Orgasms

Some women say they have painful orgasms. It’s not unheard of and isn’t uncommon either. Pain after an orgasm doesn’t refer to tense muscles and spasm

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calves. It refers to abdominal or lower pelvic cramping. This could be the result of contracting muscles, which might be more intense if you experience painful orgasms. However, if the pain progressively gets worse alongside other symptoms, it’s probably best to visit your OB-GYN at the earliest.

So, the next time you’re insecure about your orgasm, remember that it’s okay and you’re certainly not the only one having these insecurities. Talk to your partner so he knows what you’re going through. It’ll certainly make things easier. Let loose and enjoy yourself while having sex and you’re sure to have an amazing big O the next time.