What to Do When You Accidentally Orgasm

An accidental orgasm is a sudden, brief, and even fleeting orgasm caused by either physical stimulation or sexual inexperience, which can sometimes be called “the big surprise” or “the unexpected orgasm.” The term best applies to spontaneous, erotic partner activities, but is also occasionally found in regards to masturbation. It can have serious implications for the man (and women) involved, leading to embarrassment, lowered self-esteem, and a feeling of uncertainty regarding sexuality and ability. Although some people believe that this type of orgasm is more common than we think, it should not be considered as normal. If you, or your partner, have had an orgasm like this before, then you should consult your doctor to determine if this is normal.

Having an orgasm without your partner knowing is often called a “spontaneous orgasm.” However, it is important to note that this is far from rare. While a partner might be capable of causing orgasm during normal intercourse, an accidental one frequently occurs without any warning and is attributed to psychological factors, such as stress, fatigue, or nervousness. As a result, an opportunity to save the relationship may have just been lost.

An accidental orgasm can occur even if your partner is highly aroused. This can happen when a woman is engaged in a very passionate act, such as masturbation, when she is overcome with sudden anxiety or stress. She may not realize how aroused she is until it is too late. Some women, especially those who are new to sexual intercourse, are prone to experiencing this sort of orgasm, due to lack of familiarity and practice with sexual stimulation and orgasm techniques.

Caused by a number of different factors, including psychological and physical ones, an orgasm in its mildest form may not even require any type of sexual contact from the female partner. It can easily occur when a woman is feeling tense and emotionally vulnerable because of poor relationship choices or unresolved issues. However, an orgasm in its most severe form may stem from physical factors such as hormonal imbalance or excessive blood flow to the clitoris. As long as there is no clear physical cause for it, a woman is capable of having an orgasm during intercourse. Although some medical conditions may prevent a woman from experiencing orgasm, these should not prevent you from enjoying sexual activities with your partner.

The best way to save a relationship after having an orgasm is to address the issue with your partner. Discuss the situation with him or her, find out what triggered the incident and find ways to help alleviate the stress and tension that caused the accident. If you and your partner are able to work out your problems together, you will both have greater sexual pleasure. A healthy sexual relationship can help to keep you emotionally healthy as well as physically fit.

In order to prevent an accidental orgasm, it is recommended that you do not rush into sexual activities. If you are feeling too excited to have sex just because you are recovering from an orgasm, you may prematurely ejaculate. You may also lose your erection. If you have reached climax before your partner has had a chance to enjoy your sexual encounter, it may be best if you stop having sex and wait until he or she does. It can also be beneficial to ask your partner to hold off having sex until you have both recovered from your respective orgasm and are feeling better.