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Hi. I find that after orgasm (I have only had orgasms through manual clitoral stimulation), my clitoris is quite sensitive and I don't really get pleasure from it any more. My boyfriend and I would both really like to keep going afterward--I reach orgasm pretty quickly--but I just don't get anything out of it. The sensitivity lasts for a pretty long time, so I don't really get much pleasure for the remainder of the "activity." Is there any way to get rid of the sensitivity? How do women have multiple orgasms?
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Hi, wordnerd25! Quite a lot of people experience hypersensitivity after orgasm, it's nothing to worry about at all, and there isn't really a way of getting rid of it -- it is, after all, just how your body responds to orgasm. Perhaps if direct stimulation is too much but you want to continue activities that include stimulating you, try things that involve your clitoris a little less directly. But in the end, like I said, this is just how your body responds and there's not that much you can do about it. There are plenty of other ways you can still enjoy yourselves and lots of activities that don't directly involve stimulation of your clitoris [Smile] Also, THIS article has some basic information about multiple orgasms.
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