Sexual intercourse with women

There are different stages of physical response during arousal and sexual practice. Researchers have identified four stages of sexual response in men and women: sexual irritability or excitement Arousal , and the height of the excitement of Plateau, and orgasm or orgasm Orgasm , and relax Resolution . This is what happens in a woman’s body when she is sexually aroused.

Stage One: Excitement

When a woman is sexually aroused, the blood vessels expand in her genitals, and an increase in blood flow occurs in the walls of the vagina, leading to fluid passage through her. This is the main source of lubrication lubrication, which makes the vagina wet.As the external genitalia or vulva (including clitoris, vaginal opening, lips or inner and outer teeth) become inflamed (swollen) as a result of increased amounts of blood flow. The upper part of the vagina expands inside the woman’s body.Speeding the pulse and breathing, and rising blood pressure. Women may be sponging, especially on her chest and neck, due to the expansion of blood vessels.

The second stage: the height of excitement

Blood flow to the lower third of the vagina reaches its maximum, causing swelling and swelling of the lower region of the vagina, the so-called intructus, sometimes known as the orgasmic platform, where it undergoes rhythmic or systemic rhythms during orgasm.An increase in the size of the woman’s breasts may occur up to 25%, and the blood flow to the area around the nipple increases, making the nipples seem less erect.

As the orgasm approaches, the woman’s clitoris withdraws to the pubic bone and seems to disappear. At this stage, women need to be constantly stimulated or alert to achieve sufficient sexual arousal required for orgasm.

Stage 3: orgasm or orgasm

Ejaculation is the release and emptying of the sexual tension accumulated in the previous stages, characterized by contractions (0.8 seconds apart) of the muscles of the genitals, including the area of ​​the entrance (introitus).Most women do not experience the period of relaxation that men get after orgasm; women may get another orgasm if stimulated again.All women do not get orgasm every time they have sex; they play an important role in ecstasy that occurs in most women; they can include erogenous zones, clitoral stimulation.

Phase IV: Relaxation

This stage refers to the condition in which the body of the woman slowly returns to normal, and the decline of swelling or congestion, and slow pace of breathing and heart rate.

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