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Your guide to having a G-spot or vaginal orgasm during sex

if you have never had a vaginal orgasm, these tips will help you have one.

Written by Tania Tarafdar |Updated : June 5, 2017 7:15 PM IST

About one in three women can orgasm through regular vaginal intercourse. This is usually achieved through regular sex or penetration. It's believed that this is done through stimulating the G-spot which is thought to be an erogenous zone in a woman's vagina which when stimulated can lead to extreme sexual arousal and powerful orgasms. Fewer women can achieve an orgasm vaginally, but studies have found that around 30% of women have reported that they have experienced vaginal orgasms [1]. Here's how you can help yourself have a vaginal orgasm.

Begin with self-exploration: Get a lube and figure out where your pleasure points are and what you love. Instead of focussing on the end game, just stimulate your G-spot. Touching all the erogenous points on your vagina while you venture out on exploring yourself is going to give you immense pleasure.

O for extreme stimulation: If you want an excellent blood flow, you need a lot of stimulation. A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that women who had a higher heart-rate variability had higher chances of experiencing an orgasm. An extended foreplay will help you set the scene. Here are 7 ways to make your woman orgasm without the penis.

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Find the right sex position: A vaginal orgasm is more about the angle, so you need to make sure that you are in the right sex position. The woman on top can be an excellent position as it will allow you to control the rate and depth of thrusts. You may either feel the most intensity when the penis reaches the cervix or in the first-third of your vagina where your G-spot lands. So find your sweet spot and try some deep thrusts. Try these 5 sex positions to hit the G-spot and achieve deeper penetration.

Use a sex toy: Using a sex toy will give you an added feeling of pleasure as it will increase the friction along the side of the G-spot. Not to forget the clitoral stimulation with a sex toy that can send you over the edge.

Reference:

[1] Wallen K, Lloyd EA. Female Sexual Arousal: Genital Anatomy and Orgasm in Intercourse. Hormones and behaviour. 2011;59(5):780-792. doi:10.1016/j.yhbeh.2010.12.004

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