As a rule, a woman doubts that an orgasm has happened when the sensations that occur during intercourse do not match her expectations. If you haven’t had an orgasm, you’ve probably already heard or read something about the sensations that “should” accompany it. For example, such as those on the list from my subscribers in the foreword of this book.
But perhaps the only objective sign that can be recorded and measured and that allows us to say with certainty, “Yes, this is an orgasm!” are the rhythmic contractions of the pelvic floor muscles.
Our vagina, urethra and anus are surrounded by three layers of 14 muscles, collectively called pelvic floor muscles. Yes, our female reproductive organs are only supported by a hammock of muscles that should always be in a healthy tone so we don’t know about stress urinary incontinence, vaginal wall prolapse, hemorrhoids and many other problems. But in addition to keeping us healthy, these magical muscles help us experience orgasms and make them stronger and brighter!
At the beginning of orgasm the muscles contract with great intensity and frequency, about every 0.8 seconds. The strength of each subsequent contraction becomes weaker, it becomes shorter, and the interval between contractions becomes longer. During discharge, you may feel from 3 to 15 contractions. This is a matter of luck.
In addition to the sensations and contractions, a clear sign of an orgasm is an involuntary “grimace of pleasure” on the face. Yes, that’s right! Uncontrolled contractions of the facial muscles during orgasm can significantly distort facial features, creating a “sexual grimace” that your partner may perceive as an expression of dissatisfaction, pain, or discomfort.
You don’t have to be frightened by this. Just know that such a facial expression is an involuntary reaction and indicates a high level of excitement, sincerity of feelings, depth and intensity of feelings (and about a temporary shutdown of the area in the frontal lobe of the brain responsible for facial expressions).
In general, the most expansive facial expression is a clear sign of a chic discharge. My compliments!