What sensations you experience through an orgasm is one thing and where the physical contractions of orgasm happen is another. Every human has a unique way to experience an orgasm but there are common feelings and experiences like a feeling of warmth, changes in breathing, altered consciousness, sweating and certain body vibrations.
When an orgasm occurs, endorphins (hormones) are released into the blood which leads to a feeling of happiness and warmth. People with vulvas might not realize they experience an orgasm. This is because these people may consider an orgasm too mild or because they don’t know what an orgasm should feel like.
It is important to pay attention to your true feelings and realize that your orgasm experience might not match someone else’s experience…
Source: Brown University
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