Right, I've been masturbating for a good few months now and I do it on a fairly regular basis but mainly clitoral stimulation. I've tried penetration but it doesn't really do anything for me and tends to sting afterwards. But my problem is that when I'm masturbating I get a really good build up and arousal, and I start getting the happy feelings etc but when I feel myself about to feel an orgasm coming along, no pun intended, my arms turn to lead and I can't keep at it anymore so I don't get all the pleasure. Thing is I still live with my parents so purchasing any techno help is out of the question, PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME!!!
Posts: 2 | From: Wales, UK | Registered: Jul 2011
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Hey there, a large number of people with clitorises focus on that during masturbation, rather than inserting anything into the vulva. This is because the vulva does not contain as many sensory nerve endings as the clitoris, especially the further into the vagina you go.
Do you think your 'arms turn to lead' because you become tired, or for some other reason?
A huge part of having an orgasm is being able to relax. If we put ourselves under pressure to have an orgasm, rather than just enjoying the sex we explore with ourselves, it can hinder being able to have an orgasm.
Remember that masturbation is fairly new to you, so it may be that you are just finding out what works for your own unique body.
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