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Clitoral pain with orgasm
Oftentimes, it results from a minor irritation. Your clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings and is highly sensitive to stimulation. This causes it to swell and become even more sensitive. Orgasm allows your body to release the sexual tension that has built up.
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The mystery of the female orgasm
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Kasandra Brabaw. If sex worked the way it does in romance novels and rom-coms, then it'd always be perfect, beautiful, and romantic, and end in a state of totally relaxed bliss. But in the real world, that post-coital state isn't always so blissful. For some people who have vulvas, an orgasm doesn't lead to total-body relaxation. Instead, it makes their genitals or even other parts of their body extra sensitive — sometimes to the point that they can't bear to be touched.
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When a woman has an orgasm, her heart rate, breathing and blood pressure increase. A small number of women ejaculate when they orgasm, where a clear fluid spurts from the glands close to the urethra tube trough which you pass water. Orgasms are often followed by a feeling of relaxation. However, it is important to remember that orgasms are very personal things, how they feel and how they happen varies greatly between women.
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