Too much of anything is bad, but is this valid for orgasms?

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Too much of anything is bad, but is this valid for orgasms?
Whenever we think about the word "orgasm", a smile comes automatically on our face.

Orgasms are never too much, some would say! Well, some doctors may have a different opinion.  Here are seven amazing things you certainly did not know about orgasms! Sexy

1. Seven orgasms

Although some women claim to have even up to 20 orgasms in a row, researches show that the maximum number of orgasm women can generally achieve in a row is seven.

2. Condoms don't affect the pleasure

Although you might have thought that condoms can decrease the level of pleasure during sex, women's arousal is not affected by them. As a matter of fact, they can even improve the quality of sex, as the partner no longer has to pull it out when he is worried about coming.

3. Happier in time

Scientists believe that orgasms get better with the age. The older you get, the easier you can achieve orgasms, they say. The intensity of orgasms also increases in time. Seventy percent of women state they experienced orgasm in their 40's and 50's.

4. Orgasm without stimulation

There are some rare cases when women can reach the climax without any genital stimulation. Some can climax during massages, reading a book or simply sitting on a bed. The explanations are that our thoughts increase the blood flow to the genitals and create a state of relaxation in the body.

5. Twenty minutes

It’s not a single reason to worry about if it takes some time until you climax. Most women need at least 15 - 20 minutes before orgasm. Even though it is a lot more than men need, it is perfectly normal.

6. Woman on top

According to a recent survey, this is the most preferred sexual position by women. By standing on top, women can control the movements better and reach the climax more easily.

7. The sad women

Some women claim not being able to reach vaginal orgasm, while for others it's harder to reach clitoral one. However, it looks like over thirty percent of women cannot reach the orgasm at all. Sad, isn't it?