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What are multiple orgasms? How common are they? | ISSM
So, you're intrigued by the idea of multiple orgasms. Wanting to experience one after the other is completely normal as is preferring to tap out after the first one and fall into a restorative post-sex slumber. Here, experts explain why many women's bodies are practically designed to have multiple orgasms, and sexual strategies for making them way more likely the next time you feel up for round two. Just like having more than one baby qualifies as multiples, anything more than one orgasm during a sexual encounter does as well, says Krychman. But it doesn't automatically mean you're having O after O without a moment's break—although that's possible!
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What are multiple orgasms? How common are they?
Let's get something straight: Having multiple orgasms isn't some exotic skill; it simply means having more than one peak during a single sex session — which could mean within minutes, hours, or an entire evening, says REDBOOK Love Network expert Lou Paget, author of The Big O. And it's easier for women to have multiple O's than for men because the female body doesn't go through a post-orgasm recovery period, meaning we can stay aroused longer and get heated up again and again. Want to give it a try?
Giving your partner just one orgasm is cause for celebration. But giving your partner multiple orgasms? Well, that's enough reason to throw a freaking parade. That said, one small note: the ability to come more than once comes pun intended far more easier for women than it does for guys. So the following information applies almost exclusively to women and not men.