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The Elusive Big O: How to Have Stronger Orgasms

Are you tired of chasing the elusive “Big O” and never quite reaching that peak of pleasure? Well, fear not, because today we will explore the secrets to having stronger and more satisfying orgasms.

You know that feeling of pure bliss and release we all crave during sex? Well, what happens when it’s not quite strong enough? I’m here to help.

First and foremost, let’s establish that YOU are responsible for your own orgasm. That’s right. It’s up to you to know your own body and what it needs to reach that pinnacle of pleasure.

Communication is essential!

It’s important to communicate with your partner about your desires and needs for sexual attention. I’m sure your partner wants to please you, too!

One key to a stronger orgasm is building up tension and anticipation through plenty of foreplay. This can include romantic talk, gentle caressing, deep tongue kissing, breast fondling, and all the other lovely (or “nasty”) things that get you in the mood.

And let’s not forget the power of oral sex! It’s not just foreplay. It’s sex in its own right.

But it’s not just about physical stimulation. Adding a touch of love and emotional connection can make a big difference, too.

Remember, sex is like electricity, and your body is the transformer. So if the sexual charge doesn’t build up enough, the orgasmic release won’t be as strong as it could be.

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Strategies to Help You Achieve the Big O

Now, let’s dive deeper into some specific techniques that can help you achieve those mind-blowing orgasms you’ve been dreaming of. 

One important factor is focusing on your breathing. Deep, slow breaths can help you relax and get in tune with your body’s sensations. As you feel the pleasure building, try to inhale deeply and exhale slowly, letting the tension build until you can’t hold back any longer.

Another tip is to engage your pelvic floor muscles. These are the same muscles you use to stop the flow of urine. Squeezing and releasing these muscles during sex can intensify your orgasm and make it last longer. You can practice this technique on your own during masturbation to get a feel for it before incorporating it into partnered sex.

Speaking of masturbation, it’s a great way to explore your own body and discover what feels good to you. Take the time to experiment with different touches, pressures, and rhythms. Use your fingers, sex toys, or even household objects (just make sure they’re safe and clean!) to find out what gets you going. 

The more you know about your own pleasure, the easier it will be to communicate your needs to a partner.

When it comes to partnered sex, don’t be afraid to get creative with positions. Some women find that being on top allows for more control over the angle and depth of penetration, leading to more intense orgasms. Others prefer positions that allow for more clitoral stimulation, such as the CAT (Coital Alignment Technique) position or using a vibrator during intercourse.

Every Body is Different…and Some May Need More Help

Remember, everyone’s body is different, so what works for one person may not work for another. The key is to be open, curious, and willing to experiment until you find what feels best for you.

If you find that you’re still struggling to reach orgasm or that your orgasms aren’t as strong as you’d like, don’t hesitate to reach out to a professional. A sex coach can help you work through any physical or emotional barriers that may be holding you back from fully enjoying your sexual experiences.

Ready to take your sexual experience to the next level? Book a call with me today and discover personalized strategies for stronger, more satisfying orgasms. Don’t wait – start your journey toward sexual fulfillment now! 

Together, we can unlock the secrets to mind-blowing pleasure and help you achieve the orgasms you’ve always wanted. Time to embrace the power of your body and celebrate the joys of sexual intimacy. You deserve it!

Dr. Patti Britton

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