Difference between Orgasm and Ejaculation


Many people think that ejaculation is orgasm. But there is a slight difference between both. Of course, in a majority of situations both tend to happen together, and this is the reason why many think that both are the same.

When you do things with awareness you will see a whole new world inside your bedroom. Male sexuality begins with interest and desire. Next comes the state of arousal, which results from various combinations of erotic thoughts and sensory stimulation. The impulses of desire are transmitted from nerves in the pelvis to the arteries in the penis, which widen to admit more blood and produce a rigid erection.


Orgasm:

Human sexual response cycle, resulting in rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region characterized by sexual pleasure Experienced by males and females, orgasms are controlled by the involuntary or autonomic nervous system. They are often associated with other involuntary actions, including muscular spasms in multiple areas of the body, a general euphoric sensation and, frequently, body movements and vocalizations The period after orgasm known as the refractory period is often a relaxing experience, attributed to the release of the neurohormones oxytocin and prolactin as well as endorphins or endogenous morphine.

Orgasm and ejaculation often happen simultaneously, but they’re actually two separate events that don’t necessarily have to happen at the same time. Orgasms happen in the brain, ejaculation happens in the prostate and urethra, and they are two different things that usually (but not always) happen together. In reality, it isn’t that simple because orgasms also involve the PNS and involuntary contractions of the anal sphincters and other muscles, in the groin and elsewhere, but the simple version captures the main idea.

Orgasm is an intense transient peak sensation of intense pleasure creating an altered state of consciousness associated with reported physical changes. Antegrade ejaculation is a complex physiological process that is composed of two phases (emission and expulsion), and is influenced by intricate neurological and hormonal pathways.

The key point is that you can have either one without the other. Men who have experienced anorgasmic ejaculation (without sexual arousal or orgasm) say it’s not at all pleasurable. Men who experience orgasm without ejaculation are divided. Some (mostly younger ones) say that a non-ejaculatory orgasm is somewhat less pleasurable or intense. Others (mostly older men) say they’re equally enjoyable. Still, it’s pretty clear that most of the pleasure comes from the orgasm itself.

The other important point is that there is no loss of erection if you have an orgasm but don’t ejaculate. It’s the ejaculation, not the orgasm, that dumps the hormones into your bloodstream that cause detumescence {the process of subsiding from a state of tension, swelling, or (especially) sexual arousal}. So being able to orgasm without ejaculation increases a man’s stamina and allows him to have many more orgasms.


There are two types of multiple orgasms and not all men have had them. The first version is where you climax, take a break – to hydrate, most likely – and then do it again. However, if your tank is dry, you might find that you orgasm without a release of semen, which is completely normal. The second variation is the holy grail of orgasms, as they just keep on coming with no resting period required.

Unsurprisingly, given that experts are yet to come to a consensus regarding the definition of an orgasm, there are multiple different forms of categorization for orgasms.

Combination or blended orgasms: a variety of different orgasmic experiences blended together.

Multiple orgasms: a series of orgasms over a short period rather than a singular one.

Pressure orgasms: orgasms that arise from the indirect stimulation of applied pressure.

Relaxation orgasms: orgasm deriving from deep relaxation during sexual stimulation.

Tension orgasms: a common form of orgasm, from direct stimulation often when the body and muscles are tense.

Fantasy orgasms: orgasms resulting from mental stimulation alone.

G-spot orgasms: orgasms resulting from the stimulation of an erotic zone during penetrative intercourse, feeling markedly different to orgasms from other kinds of stimulation.



Ejaculation:

Is the discharge of semen normally containing sperm from the male reproductive tract, usually accompanied by orgasm. It is the final stage and natural objective of male sexual stimulation, and an essential component of natural conception.

It begins with emission, a brief phase that momentarily precedes ejaculation itself. Emission is triggered by the autonomic nervous system, These nerves cause muscles in the prostate to contract, propelling prostatic secretions into the urethra. Immediately thereafter, muscles in the vas deferens and seminal vesicles spring into action, expelling semen into the urethra.

The culmination is ejaculation. The muscles of the neck of the bladder close, preventing semen from entering the bladder. Simultaneously, muscles in the penis and pelvis begin a series of rhythmic contractions that forcefully expel the semen forward through the urethra, then out from the penis.

Ejaculation is a physiological process expressed in the male sexual response of the orgasm and is related to biological, psychological and social factors. Though it has been clearly established that ejaculation and orgasm are two different phenomena, parallelisms between the two have been occasionally established, one of them affirming a link between the amount of ejaculated semen with the sexual pleasure experienced by males.

Women are said to experience multiple orgasms. In very rare cases, some men do experience heights of pleasure several times before they actually release their fluids. Some men are capable of enjoying ecstasy without releasing a single drop of semen. For some, it is a natural gift whereas some men achieve that skill by practicing several methods and exercises.

But if you feel that something is lacking in your experience, then knowing between the difference could help you experiment more and understand your own body.



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