Physical orgasm contraction
Some orgasms are purely physical; others may involve subjective and with contractions occurring primarily in the outer third of the vagina.
Normal male sexual function: emphasis on orgasm and ejaculation
Description:After ejaculation, a refractory period usually occurs, during which a man cannot achieve another orgasm. This chemical compound causes the blood vessels to relax and allows the tissue to become engorged with blood. In this position it's easily possible for the female to engage in thrusting, while allowing the male to directly stimulate her clitoris with his fingers. Antegrade ejaculation is a complex physiological process that is composed of two phases emission and expulsion , and is influenced by intricate neurological and hormonal pathways. In males, contractions of the prostate and seminal glands produce secretions that enter the urethra and mix with sperm to create semen. We describe the anatomy of the organs involved and the erection physiology. In this article, we summarize the current literature on the physiology of orgasm and ejaculation, starting with a brief description of the anatomy of sex organs and the physiology of erection.