There are four stages to female arousal. Each stage has importance in the process of female orgasm. When a man knows these stages lie the back of his hand, he will be able to use them to his advantage when helping a woman to have a female orgasm. There are actually many internal changes, but this article is about the signs, so you can learn about other changes elsewhere.
Stage 1: Arousal
When a woman is becoming aroused, the blood vessels in their genital area will dilate, increasing the blood-flow to their genitals. The fluid that passes through their vaginal walls (that acts as lubrication) is actually caused by the increased flow of blood to their vaginal walls.
The outer parts of her genitals will swell (this includes her clitoris, vaginal opening and labia). This is why it almost seems as if the vagina is opening itself, and the clitoral hood moves back revealing more of the clitoral glans. The labia will look flushed, so this is an obvious sign of arousal. Blood vessels all over her body will dilate too, so her face and other body parts may look flushed, especially on her chest and neck. And most women will get erect nipples. This is a very useful indicator of arousal… not so useful later on.
Note – Arousal makes finding the g-spot much easier, as it will swell and become more obvious.
Stage 2: Plateau
The lower part of the vagina will become quite firm, as the blood flow to this part of the vagina is at its limit. This is the “orgasmic platform” (scientifically introitus). This the part of the vagina that undergoes the rhythmic contractions during the female orgasm.
Her breasts look flushed and begin to swell during arousal, but it is during the plateau that they become more symmetrical and can swell up to 25 per cent. The nipples can seem less erect due to increased blood flow to the areola. So do not think that she has lost arousal because of this. As she approaches orgasm, the clitoris seems to retract to the pubic bone, so it can be more difficult to stimulate. Don’t lose it.
Stage 3: Orgasm
Orgasm is the release of all the sexual tension that is built up during the first two stages of female arousal. The giveaway signs of orgasm are the rhythmic contractions. Each contraction is approx 0.8 seconds apart. And the difference between clitoral and g-spot orgasms is that clitoral orgasms are more localized to the genital area. But g-spot orgasms tend to be full-body orgasms, and can last much longer. Also, g-spot orgasms are more likely to lead to multiple orgasms, as the clitoris is often too sensitive after orgasm.
Foreplay is of vital importance when it comes to female arousal and orgasms. As it is the force that keeps up the momentum for arousal in plateau, which must me achieved before orgasm.
Note: Please don’t be fooled by fake orgasmic screaming. Strong contractions in the vagina and anus are the best way to tell if a woman has had an orgasm. (Do not use the anus method unless you know it won’t bother the woman). Web surveys have revealed that 37-50% of women fake orgasms. And here’s a fun little fact… up to 48% of men have faked them too! But I digress…
Stage 4: Resolution
Her body goes back to its normal state. Not instantly… it takes time. This is where continued stimulation can lead to another orgasm. Anyway, the breathing and heart rates will return to normal and tho woman will feel very relaxed, and even sometimes sleepy.
So that’s it for this article… Get out (or stay in!) and start using this information.
Source by Isaac E. Jones