Woman who can’t have sex trains herself to spontaneously orgasm in minutes

ACHIEVING an orgasm can be difficult for many women and is even harder if you can't actually have sex.

But a new case report has revealed that a woman with a rare condition trained herself to spontaneously orgasm in minutes.

The 33-year-old woman suffered from vaginismus.

Vaginismus is a condition whereby muscles involuntarily tighten around the vagina whenever penetration is attempted.

This can include 'traditional sex' or when using a sex toy.

Even using tampons or a visit to the gynaecologist can leave sufferers in agony.

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Vaginismus can completely disrupt a woman's sex life and cause her to lose all confidence in the bedroom.

However, the condition doesn't always mean that women are unable to experience pleasure.

The woman in the case report decided that she wanted to reach the 'magic O' and practiced tantric yoga – which is a spiritual, sensual form of sex – for ten years.

Following this she was able to achieve orgasm when ever she wanted with just her mind.

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The case report, published in Sexual Medicine, also stated that the woman was able to control her orgasm for up to ten minutes.

As part of her training the woman learnt body postures, breathing techniques and 'body locks' that she said helped her to learn how to awaken a sense of sexual energy.

She added: "I did pelvic floor exercises, breast massage practice, and practices to release shame and guilt.

"I learned to relax and let go, accepted body image, and brought increased mindfulness also to daily life in general."

The woman stated that sexual pleasure had not been her initial goal, but that as her training progressed, this became more apparent.

Due to her extensive training, she was able to orgasm, but also overcame her vaginismus and was 'able to put herself into a continuous orgasmic state almost instantly and have it last for a long period of time'.

Researchers tested the woman and asked her to partake in 10, and five minutes of continuous orgasm and as a control, she had to read a book for ten minutes.

NO TOUCHING

The researchers were able to identify when she reached orgasm due to prolactin.

This is a hormone which is produced by the pituitary gland in the brain.

It's used as a marker as it spikes when someone has an orgasm.

Researches tested her blood before and after the experience and noticed that her prolactin levels shot up by 25 per cent – five minutes after she had an orgasm achieved by no genital touching.

These levels also soared by 48 per cent, 10 minutes after she had an orgasm achieved by no genital touching.

In comparison, book reading caused no change to her prolactin levels.

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However the researchers noted that when the woman used touch to achieve orgasm, she lost the feeling of intimacy.

While this added an extra level of feeling, they said, it didn't equate to a better sensation.

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