[Trending Now] Couple Tips- How To Know If A Woman's Org@sm Is Real? Read This!
During intercourse, not all orgasms claimed by women are genuinely orgasms. Some women tend to fake orgasm to not disappoint their partner...
During intercourse, not all orgasms claimed by women are genuinely orgasms. Some women tend to fake orgasm to not disappoint their partners and this was tackled by Dr. Lulu Marquez in DZMM Teleradyo's Private Nights.
According to the Dr. Marquez, there are signs that tells whether a women truly reached her peak or not.
Even if a woman claims to have orgasmed, there are other ways to know such as in her rhythmic contraction, in the stiffening of her legs or is her toes tend to fold. In fact, the doctor claims that the very expression of a woman tells a lot whether she have orgasmed or not.
Moreover, Dr. Marquez discussed one of the essential ways for a woman to reach orgasm and that is in oral sex, which is a more effective way compared to vaginal intercourse based on studies and research.
"Studies have shown that women love oral sex on them, and they easily reach orgasm because it's the most sensitive part of the woman. It is even more sensitive than the glans of the penis," the doctor said.
Oral sex is part of foreplay and according to Dr. Marquez, orgasm's are easier to reach when given oral sex.
"Reaching clitoral erection means reaching her clitoral sensitivity. Kapag na-reach po ang clitoral sensitivity then chances are she will reach her orgasm, her true orgasm."
"the clitoris itself has so many nerve endings. Kapag ito po ay na-stimulate, the clitoris becomes erect because mag-iincrease ang sirkulasyon over that area, so magkakaroon pa ng clitoral erection. Clitoral erection is very important for a woman to reach her orgasm," he added.
However, he also discusses the danger that comes with oral sex saying: "Puwede ka magkaroon ng cancer of the throat if you've been doing that left and right, and you just don't care about the person you're doing oral sex with."
He further advised couples to consult a doctor beforehand.