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Pol. Merkur. Lek (Pol. Med. J.), 2012, XXXIII/194: 120-123 Maximize

Pol. Merkur. Lek (Pol. Med. J.), 2012, XXXIII/194: 120-123

Title: Human orgasm from the physiological perspective – part II

Authors: Gałecki P., Depko A., Jędrzejewska S., Talarowska M.

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Human orgasm from the physiological perspective – part II


Gałecki P.1, Depko A.2, Jędrzejewska S.2, Talarowska M.1

1Medical University of Łódź, Poland, Department of Adult Psychiatry; 2Specialist Out-patient Clinic for Civil Stuff of the Army in Łódź, Poland, Sexual Out-patient Clinic

In contrast to the male orgasm, female orgasm is characterized by high variability and diversity, not only in the general population, but also during the life. Women experience sexual pleasure on many levels: physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual. Sexual functioning of women and men is determined by many factors. A strong correlation between the state of subjective arousal and genital response (erection) is typical for men. In the case of women important role played: emotions, cognitive interpretation of the situation, age, self-esteem and previous sexual experiences. Among women experience orgasm during intercourse or masturbation is not a goal in itself. Modern approach to the phenomenon of orgasm and sexual education of women, make absence of orgasm as a failure. It becomes a source of low self-esteem, less self-confidence or sense of lack of attractiveness.

Key words: orgasm, physiology

Pol. Merk. Lek., 2012, XXXIII, 194, 120