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Different Types Of Orgasms

During sex, when a man approaches an orgasm, his pelvic movements become less voluntary and automatic, and the penis muscles begin to rhythmically contract to eject sperm from the urethra.

At the beginning of an orgasm, heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration all of these increase. The orgasm is the last phase of the response to excitement among men. What most men do not know is that there are other types of orgasms that most men have never experience:

Ejaculatory (standard)

This is the most common types of orgasm that many people experience every time they are having sex. You do not need much effort on your part to achieve this and the ejaculation of sperm is the outcome. There is virtually no control over the pelvic thrusting or when you reach that orgasm unless you work to put it under control.

Pelvic Orgasm

There are some men who are expert in controlling their orgasm and send the energy back into their pelvic region simply by practicing. Self-control is largely a skill that you don’t learn when it comes to sexual satisfaction, but in fact, it can provide a more intense and pleasant orgasm if you learn it correctly. If you want to feel a pelvic orgasm, you will need to relax your mind and control the bodily functions before the orgasm. Keep ejaculation and send it through your body for complete pelvic orgasm.

Non-ejaculatory (Retrograde Ejaculation)

In a condition referred to as retrograde ejaculation, the bladder sphincter does not close properly during ejaculation, so semen rush back into the bladder. This condition is usually found in some men with multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or after certain types of prostate surgery. Sometimes it can happen in men who do not have serious problems. It is not physically harmful, but it makes the man infertile and may have a different feeling during ejaculation. Retrograde ejaculation is also called “dry come” because a man can achieve orgasm, but the sperm does come out from the penis.

Prostate Orgasm (direct stimulation)

On both sides of the prostate are nerves that maintain an erection. These nerves can be stimulated by touching and stroking the prostate. This orgasm is created by stimulating the prostate constantly, either by finger or toy. Men can reach orgasm only when they are completely relaxed and stimulated.

Blended (Prostatic + Ejaculatory)

The orgasm of the entire body stimulates the two nerve pathways associated with the pelvic region. Once pelvic and spinal areas are fully involved, you will experience a blended orgasm that will fully stimulate your whole body. If you want to feel the most amusing sensation you can imagine, then this is the orgasm you want to experience. You can stimulate both sensations by stimulating the penis and prostate.

Energy Orgasms (heart, vocal and full-body orgasms)

These types of orgasms are complete orgasms of the body without touching one another. They use your breathing and contractions of muscles to create orgasmic energy that circulates in your body, causing male ejaculation.

Multi-Ejaculatory (non-refractory period)

Most men usually have a refractory period (time in between each orgasm), which lasts for 30 minutes or longer. But yes, men can enjoy orgasms over and over without having to cool down.

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