How Does The Body React During Orgasm?
Hello, I want to ask the reaction that occurs in the body when having an orgasm. I was curious, when orgasm I felt started from the flow at the left groin, but there was no similar flow on the right thigh. Is that really the case? Or is there actually just that the left thigh is more dominant? I can not feel the flow in the right thigh, on the left thigh is very real and causes a sensation of spasms.
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Orgasm is a sensation when reaching the peak of feelings during sexual intercourse. When orgasm occurs, breathing will be fast and strong and an increase in heart rate. In addition, there will also be contraction of the pelvic floor muscles and leg muscles. So that sometimes it causes a sensation like spasms that can occur in both legs. On your right foot, which does not occur as such sensations, can occur if the foot is less relaxed. If your complaint is accompanied by the right foot does not sweat while the left foot is sweating, or the right foot is tingling or feeling numb or if the right leg is difficult to move, then immediately consult a neurologist. The doctor will conduct a related examination.
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