Commences Ends When talking about childbirth the most common words used to describe the sensations are excruciating, exhausting, and intense. Although actual numbers are imperfect due to many women never talking about it, a study by French psychologist Thierry Postel revealed that about 0.
This Is What It's Like to Orgasm During Childbirth
I Orgasmed During Childbirth - Orgasmic Childbirth Offers Natural Pain Relief
Child birth is often described as one of the worst sensations anyone can experience and has long been held as a benchmark against which pain thresholds can be measured. For many mothers, the experience can be gruelling, prolonged and arduous. However, new research has suggested that far from being painful, child birth can have the reverse effect on some women. A survey by the Positive Birth Movement and Channel Mum has found that six per cent of women say they have had an orgasm during birth.
But can you turn pain into pleasure and make childbirth a physical pleasure, or is orgasmic birthing hippy heresy that's just too good to be true? Before you spit your tea out, orgasmic birthing is not the latest hipster fad; reports of women experiencing orgasmic pleasure during labour have been circulating in the natural childbirth community since time immemorial. Sexual pleasure and birth are intrinsically linked, and some women report that it is indeed possible to experience orgasm-like feelings while giving birth and harness the pleasurable power of arousal to ride the pain wave. Sounds a bit far-fetched? Bear with us, we have some science to back this up.
One hand held her husband's over the shower door. The other was between her legs, her fingers circling her clitoris. He asked her if she wanted to have sex—he'd read that it'd alleviate her contractions. It was early, about 6 a.