Three things you didn’t know about female orgasms

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1  Sex can help with headaches. 

According to the Cephalgia medical journal, although sex can actually trigger migraines in some people, in a study of 800 migraine sufferers, 60 per cent noticed partial or complete relief of their symptoms during sexual activity – with authors speculating it’s the endorphins from sex – similar to endorphins released in extreme sports activity – that help. 

  

2 95% of men orgasm, but only 65% of women do.  

A 2017 US study of 55,000 people reported in the Archives of Sexual Medicine * shows that there is still not a high level of “cliteracy in the world” in that 95% of men orgasm during sex but only 65% of women do.

The study  found that 95% of heterosexual men orgasmed, followed by gay men (89%), bisexual men (88%), lesbian women (86%), bisexual women (66%) and heterosexual women (65%). It also found women who orgasmed more frequently received more oral sex; asked for what they wanted in bed; were more satisfied with their relationship; praised their partner for something they did in bed; wore lingerie and tried new positions. 

The authors concluded: “We consider sociocultural and evolutionary explanations for these orgasm gaps. The results suggest a variety of behaviours couples can try to increase orgasm frequency.” 

 

  1. The O-Shot®O-Shot is now in Australia 

Finding yourself in a love rut? If lack of libido, vaginal dryness or difficulty in arousal are hampering your sex drive, The O-Shot® is a new treatment now in Australia.

The O-Shot® is a Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) genital procedure, where the body’s own platelets are spun around in a TGA approved centrifuge and then injected into the vagina, clitoris and G-spot. 

“Today the for O-Shot® for women and the P-Shot® for men (for erectile dysfunction) are among the most asked-for procedures performed in our clinics” says Dr Mike Shenouda from Geniale clinic at Drummoyne and on the Gold Coast. .

He says the O-Shot® may assist with a number of issues including low libido, difficulty with sexual arousal, menopausal dryness, or vaginal atrophy after menopause or cancer treatment.

“It uses the body’s own growth factors (think the gooey stuff when you fall over and cut your knee) to assist in stimulating cellular regeneration.” 

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