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Posted by asifahammadraju , Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:17 PM
The right touching technique is also key. You may not be giving yourself enough time to let your excitement build. Rather than going straight for the vibrator, start slow with manual stimulation, applying light pressure to your clitoris and labia. (Adding a water-based lube will enhance your pleasure.) When you introduce your vibrator, start off on a low setting and use light pressure, letting it graze your vulva and clitoris so the blood flow increases gradually. Then, experiment with different speeds and pressure, to find out what feels best. Signs your arousal is building: rapid breathing, vaginal lubrication, pelvic thrusts, clenching of the fingers or toes, and your genitals feel tingly to the touch.
You might also want to take short breaks every so often, especially if you’re taking a long time, to avoid clitoral oversensitization, which would make any more stimulation uncomfortable.
Bottom line: The more you pressure yourself, the less likely you are to orgasm. So just relax, enjoy the ride, and you’re bound to get there.