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If you have a vulva, you may experience a release of fluid when an orgasm happens, or you may not.
There are also different types of orgasm: clitoral, vaginal, cervical, or a combo orgasm.
Clitoral: A clitoral orgasm involves stimulation of the clitoris. This can be done with fingers/hands, or a vibrator being pressed against the clitoris. To keep things comfortable, it’s a good idea to make sure the clitoris is lubricated, or ‘wet’.
Vaginal: A vaginal orgasm involves vaginal stimulation, often through the use of fingering or sex toys. This type of orgasm can be intense and can be felt deep inside the body.
It may take time to learn what makes you orgasm, and it is not always the goal of sex or masturbation. Listen to your body. If something hurts, stop and make a time to talk to your GP.
Cervical: A cervical orgasm involves stimulating the cervix. Your cervix is the lower end of your uterus, so reaching it means going in deep. This orgasm tends to be felt throughout the entire body and can last quite a while after the initial climax.
Combo orgasm: A combo orgasm is often achieved by stimulating the vagina and clitoris at the same time. This results in a really intense orgasm that can be felt inside and out.
If you have concerns relating to your own experiences with orgasm, it’s a really good idea to speak with your GP or local sexual health clinic.
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