What Happens To Your Body During Sex

While most of us are sure that we like to have sex, most of us have not spent much time thinking about what happens physiologically when we are busy with the law. The sexual response cycle is divided into four stages: excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution. There is no clear beginning or end of each stage they are actually all part of a continuous process of sexual response.Keep in mind this is a very general overview of what happens to each of us when we are sexually excited. There is much variation between individuals and between different sexual events.

Excitement: This phase usually begins within 10 to 30 seconds after erotic stimulation, and can be anywhere from a few minutes to many hours. The penis is somewhat erect. Nipples A man can also be upright. Vaginal lubrication begins. The vagina and prolongs. The outer lips, inner labia, clitoris and sometimes breasts begin to assess. Blood pressure and breathing are all accelerated.

Plateau: The changes started up in the excitement phase continue progress.The testes into the scrotum. The penis fully erect. The labia become puffier. The tissues of the walls of the outer third of the vagina swells with blood, and the opening of the vagina narrows. The clitoris disappears into the hood. The inner labia (lips) change color (although it’s a little hard to see). For women who have never had children, lips turning from pink to bright red. In women who have had children, the color changes from bright red to dark purple. Accelerate breathing and heartbeat. A sex flush may appear on the abdomen, chest, shoulders, neck or face. Tense muscles in the thighs, hips, hands and buttocks, and spasms can begin.


Orgasm: This is the climax of the cycle. Also, the shortest of the four stages, usually only a few seconds. Firstly, seminal fluid collects in the urethral bulb. This is when a man feel that orgasm is certain or ejaculatory inevitability may have. Subsequently, ejaculation of semen from the penis. Contractions occur in the penis during the orgasmic phase.The first third of the vaginal walls contract rhythmically every eight-tenths of a second.The muscles of the uterus also barely noticeable contract. Respiration, blood pressure, heart rate, and continue to rise. Muscle tension and blood vessel engorgement reach a peak. Sometimes orgasm comes with a grasping-type muscular reflex of the hands and feet.


Resolution: This phase is a return to its normal resting state. It may take from a few minutes to half an hour or longer. This phase is generally longer for women than men.The penis return to its normal flaccid state. There is usually a refractory period, which is impossible to orgasm again until some time has passed. The amount of time will vary in men at age, physical condition and other factors. The uterus and clitoris return to their normal positions. Some women are able to respond to additional stimulation with extra orgasms.

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