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5 Tips for Achieving Orgasm Through Intercourse

Posted Sep 13 2008 3:40am
For women who want to have an orgasm during intercourse, but have either been unable to or have had difficulties, here are some positions and techniques that may help.

The missionary position with a full pelvic tilt. This position enables the penis to reach the G-spot, the part of the clitoris that extends into the vaginal wall. Lie on your back, beneath your partner, and tilt your pelvis upward. It helps to put one or more pillows beneath your buttocks, or have your partner raise up your buttocks with his hands.


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The woman on top. This allows the woman to adjust the position of her pelvis so she can better control the friction of the penis as it rubs against her clitoris. This position also allows deep thrusting into the vagina, which can stimulate the cervix and trigger an orgasm. The technique can be carried out with your partner lying down on his back or sitting.

Strengthen the grip. During intercourse, many women flex their pelvic floor muscles to give both partners greater pleasure. The stronger the muscles, the better you can contract your vagina and create greater friction against your partner's penis, leading to more clitoral stimulation. Try squeezing down throughout intercourse.

Keep your legs together. This can create friction from the penis and lead to a clitoral orgasm. When your partner inserts his penis into your vagina, squeeze your legs closed and have him place his legs outside yours. Your partner can then squeeze your legs further closed with his thighs. It may help if he can shift his pelvis forward to cause pressure and friction on your clitoris.

Stimulate the cervix. While many women don't enjoy penile thrusting against their cervix, others find it's the key to orgasm. To determine whether this technique works for you, find a position that allows for deep penetration of the penis. You might try lying on your back, hugging your knees to your chest or resting your legs on your partner's shoulders. Or, have your partner enter from behind while you rest on your knees and lean forward on your elbows. For maximum cervical stimulation, straddle your partner, facing his feet (be careful, though. This position can cause a penile fracture).


Additional resources on female sexuality are available from MayoClinic.com:

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/kegel-exercises/WO00119
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/sexual-health/HA00035
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/womens-health/WO00110
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/sexual-health/HQ01363
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