Ladies (or husbands who truly know about their DW in this regard)… How long do your O’s last?

    So I was answering the question about “when do women “usually” orgasm, and it made me wonder, how long do women’s  orgasms last?

    For me, the physical sensations of squeezing/tightening last around 20 seconds with rhythmic pulsing… generally. Sometimes it’s shorter and at some times it lasts at least a minute, maybe a little longer. DH has, at times, said he feels the pulsing after I stop feeling it, so it could be longer than I am able to perceive.

    Follow up question, what was done when you had longer O’s?

    I’m not sure when there is a time of day women’s O’s can be more receptive or longer, but my best O’s are first thing in the morning.  I’ve always said I’m a morning person, apparently it’s in more ways than one!

    Typically the man has 7-8 uncontrollable contractions when he orgasms (and the last 2-3 aren’t as powerful or productive in volume), and the wife usually 9-11 uncontrollable contractions. In regards to the timing – not sure length of time to complete contractions.

    on August 19, 2019.
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      No idea. If I focus on anything other than the sensation, it goes away. But like someone else said, they sometimes come in waves (though with considerably less than a minute in between), and I have occasionally had them so intense that I continue having “after shocks” for a good five minutes while we cuddle.

      On the floor Answered on August 19, 2019.

      “aftershocks” lol!

      on August 19, 2019.

      Aren’t those “after shocks” also called post orgasm torture – after we are finished orgasming and your partner continues to tease our most sensitive spots – our hips and abs move uncontrollably for a bit every time they touch that spot ( for her – usually clitoris and for him the outer ridge of his head) and it’s very intense

      on August 21, 2019.

      He’s way too sensitive to continue having any contact after we are done. I mean I have after shocks when I am lying beside him, legs together, seemingly relaxed, and will suddenly get a full-body shiver beginning in the vulva.

      on August 21, 2019.
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        It depends, according to my DW. Sometimes 20-30 seconds, sometimes a bit longer.

        Hammock Answered on August 18, 2019.
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          I have no clue because I have never tried to time it. They don’t seem super long.

          Under the stars Answered on August 18, 2019.
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            I’ve read that 25 seconds is the norm for orgasm length which is consistent with our experiences.

            Fell out of ... Answered on August 19, 2019.
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              I would say my wife’s orgasm last at least 20 to 30 seconds and she nearly always has multiple orgasms. Sometimes she will orgasm 2 or 3 times with less than a minute between each one. Sometimes it is one giant wave, she never really stops and it just gets more intense. These last a couple of minutes!

              Queen bed Answered on August 19, 2019.
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                I couldn’t even begin to say, I’ve never really paid attention to length but rather just enjoyed the sensation.  I have occasionally notice “wow that one seemed longer than normal” but I still couldn’t begin to tell you a time length.  Unless I’m physically counting seconds or looking at a clock (which would totally kill the O) I’m bad at judging time.

                California King Answered on August 19, 2019.
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                  For me, it’s usually between 7-12 contractions maybe about a second apart, so about 7-12 seconds.  I do not have multiples.

                  Fell out of ... Answered on August 19, 2019.
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                    It varies. But, about 60% are around 15-25 seconds. Another 20% are25-40.  And the remainder over 40 seconds. Last night the longest one was about 41 seconds. (Yes, I usually count. Both how many and how long :D)

                    On the floor Answered on August 19, 2019.
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                      25-30 seconds for DW.

                      Hammock Answered on August 19, 2019.
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                        A lot longer than mine.  Sometimes it difficult to know when one has stopped for her and another has begun.  I’m a few grunts type a fellow with several post spasms that arrive between climax and exasperation.

                        California King Answered on August 20, 2019.
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