This is a shame, because most men could use some help in the bedroom, both when it comes to pleasing their partner and making their own orgasms stronger. Because you're not likely to get much advice from your friends, we spent some time chatting with sexologists and poring over the latest research to see what we could find. In the end, we came up with nine effective ways for men to take their orgasms to the next level.
But perhaps, an even more difficult challenge might be you having multiple orgasms yourself. And no, I'm not talking about finishing one sex session, taking a mini nap, having a snack and then going for round two. It is actually physically possible for you to reach climax more than once before you ejaculate.
According to sexpert Samantha Evans, co-owner of online sex toy retailer Jo Divine, blowing your load has a number of health benefits. Not only can it lower your risk of prostate cancer, but climaxing can help boost your mood, calm you down and keep your general health in check. So in case you needed more encouragement to get off more often, Samantha revealed her top tips to help guys can make their orgasms even more mind-blowing.
The male orgasm is a complex experience. The major function of the male orgasm is to ejaculate sperm, although not all men will ejaculate during an orgasm. Beyond delivering pleasure, the role of the female orgasm is less clear, although it may help move the sperm closer toward the ovum egg.
MEN boasting about how long they last in the bedroom has always made others feel on the inadequate side. The average time it takes a man to orgasm is just two to three minutes, according to sex researchers Masters and Johnson. But when it comes to foreplay and vaginal sex a woman takes between 10 and 20 minutes to climax while a man takes minutes and typically ejaculates two to three minutes after entering the vagina.
Speaking as a male, I can't think of anything that remotely equals the thrill of an orgasm. What's weird is that, for all the attention it receives, the male orgasm doesn't get talked about in much detail despite the fact that there can be a huge difference in intensity from one to the next. My guess is that the most women don't know this.
Culturally, we tend to think of orgasms as the be all and the end all of sex. Of course, orgasms are literally referred to as the "climax" of sex. But that doesn't mean there isn't always room for improvement
Back to Health A to Z. Premature ejaculation is the most common ejaculation problem. It's where the male ejaculates too quickly during sexual intercourse.
The typical result is ejaculation of fluid that may contain sperm through strong muscle contractions. These fluids nourish and support the sperm so they can live after ejaculation for a limited time. This mixture of fluid and sperm, known as semen, is what is moved through the urethra and out the penis during orgasm.