When having sex, the body will issue a specific response. Stages in sexual intercourse can be divided into three and each one characterized by the body’s response is different.
Here’s the body’s response to the phases of sexual intercourse, as reported from onlymyhealth, among others:
This is the initial phase when having sex. In this phase, the body of men and women will begin to change when stimulated by touch and kiss.
These changes experienced by the body when aroused:
1. Increased levels of muscle tension
2. Increased pulse rate and blood pressure
3. Redness accompanied with reddish spots on the chest and back.
4. Nipples harden
5. Increased blood flow to the genitals, so that the clitoris and labia swell, while women in the male penis erection
6. Vaginal discharge and tighten the surrounding muscles
7. A woman’s breasts become larger
8. Swelling of the scrotum and testes in men and the secretion of lubricating fluids
Many men have a misconception that when vaginal fluid is out, a sign she is ready for penetration. Though vaginal fluid out because women need foreplay and aroused the vagina is quite smooth and painless as penetration.
Towards Phase Penetration
In this phase, changes in the body becomes more intense. This stage requires foreplay to do to prepare for penetration.
Changes experienced by the body in this phase include:
1. Sexual tension intensified
2. Opening of the vagina continues to swell and begin to narrow, the walls of the vagina changes color from pink to purple due to increased blood flow
3. Erect clitoris and sensitive
4. The penis begins to enlarge and appear purplish color on the head of the penis
5. Testes and scrotum to move closer to the body
6. Pulse, respiration and blood pressure continues to rise
7. Pre-ejaculate fluid out of the penis
The final phase is where the climax is the peak of sexual arousal of the body. climax only last for a few seconds. All the sexual tension that was built during the duration of sex are to be released in this phase, thus producing a strong sensation of pleasure.
Rarely experienced the same climax by a partner, because the average man is always in a hurry through every phase of sexual intercourse, while women tend to be slower to reach climax.
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