5 BEST QUESTIONS ABOUT CERVICAL ORGASM
The cervical orgasm, much like the nipple orgasm, sounds a bit like sex science fiction. For many years—scientists thought it was—believing that the cervix itself doesn’t register sensation. Luckily for us, they were wrong. The cervix does, in fact, respond to pressure.
That’s right, even the cervix has a spot in this pleasure game. All women have the physical capability to have a cervical orgasm, but many don’t have them if they don’t find this type of stimulation sexually arousing. It is also possible that you’re having cervical orgasms and not even realizing it.
Well, what better place to start than the different types of orgasms?
Here’s the 5 best questions to get to know about cervical orgasm as recommended by Sussex Escorts Agency
WHAT IS A CERVICAL ORGASM, EXACTLY?
When a penis or dildo rubs against the cervix during deep penetration of the vagina, the result can be an incredibly intense orgasm.
That orgasm doesn’t come from cervical stimulation alone—Mother Nature wired our magnificent genitalia such that stimulation of various parts of the vagina results in indirect clitoral stimulation and vice versa. Same goes for the cervix. In a lab, you can use a special probe to stimulate the cervix directly. But in real life, lighting up the cervix involves stimulating the walls of the vagina, which also triggers the clitoral bulbs hugging the walls of the vagina. Translation? In the process of stimulating your cervix, you’re also lighting up other hot spots.
HOW DOES A CERVICAL ORGASM FEEL LIKE?
The sensations (and orgasms) arising from stimulation of the clitoris, vagina, and cervix tend to differ, primarily because the sensory nerves that wire each part are different. You’re most likely to stimulate the cervix during deep vaginal penetration—the resulting orgasms have been described as a shower of stars. Cervical orgasm feels like it starts in the pelvis, spreads to the abdomen, and then engulfs the whole body.
CAN ANYONE EXPERIENCE A CERVICAL ORGASM?
According to a study done in 2000, 35% of 128 healthy women reported experiencing orgasms from stimulation of the cervix by the penis during intercourse. These numbers suggest that orgasm enhanced by cervical stimulation may be in reach by those motivated to pursue such pleasures.
IS IT SAFE?
Cervical stimulation does require deep penetration. Very deep. And that can seem a little scary. In terms of safety, the short answer is that cervical stimulation is safe under normal circumstances—trying something out like this is probably not the smartest move during advanced pregnancy. If you experience cramping, bleeding, or more than mild discomfort, this mode of stimulation might not be for you—and that’s totally fine. Take it slow, and always speak up if you’re in pain or uncomfortable. In case, you have bleeding from intercourse, consult your doctor. Since the tissue of the cervix is sensitive and can be bruised if the stimulation is too intense.
It’s perfectly okay if this type of deep stimulation does not appeal to you. Individual differences loom large in and out of the bedroom—listening to your gut feelings about such things is always a good practice.
WHAT IF I DON’T LIKE DEEP STIMULATION?
Some women find this kind of stimulation painful or uncomfortable, while others love it. Cervical orgasms are rather uncommon and for some women, this type of penetration can actually be painful. Some women may have very tight PC muscles and experience pain with penetration of body, fingers, or toys.
And not everyone is trying to have their cervix touched. Some women prefer clitoral orgasms because, in general, they are easier to achieve and faster to acquire. That being said, clitoral orgasms offer an alternative kind of pleasure. No one type of orgasm is superior to any other. It’s all about what you want.
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