Best Positions for Female Orgasm Revealed: Scientists Say Missionary Position Is Most Effective

Best Sex Positions for Female Orgasm Revealed: Scientists Say MISSIONARY IS Most Effective for Achieving the ‘Big O’ – While You’re Using a Pillow

  • EXCLUSIVE: Experts examined a pair of volunteers using ultrasound as they engaged in sex in five positions, including missionary, face-to-face, and rear entry.
  • Blood flow to the clitoris was greatest during the pillow missionary position.
  • The pillow allows the woman to adjust the amount of contact and the depth of penetration

It’s often thought of as the most boring sex position, but a new study may cast the missionary position in a new light.

Researchers have found that the missionary position is the best position for achieving a female orgasm if you use a pillow.

In a new study, researchers at New H Medical Gynecology Clinic in New York assessed blood flow to the clitoris during popular positions, including missionary, face-to-face, and rear entry.

Their results show that blood flow to the clitoris – a key step to the “big O” – is maximized when a man is on top during a missionary mission, and a pillow is placed under the woman’s pelvis.

Researchers have found that the missionary position is the best position for achieving a female orgasm if you use a pillow.

WHAT IS A FEMALE ORGASM?

Orgasm is a feeling of intense sexual pleasure that occurs during intercourse.

According to the NHS, this can also be called “approach” or “climax”.

Both men and women experience orgasms.

For women, orgasm has no biological advantage as it is not thought to play a role in conception.

It is considered to be a purely pleasant experience with no other benefits.

The female orgasm is a complex neuroendocrine process that is unlikely to have arisen by accident.

In the study, the team set out to understand what sex positions are best for female orgasm.

“The alleged benefits of various intercourse positions have been described in numerous magazines, books and public forums,” the team, led by Dr. Kimberly Lowey, wrote.

“However, there are few scientific studies that evaluate the relationship between different intercourse positions and their ability to induce female orgasms.”

Using an ultrasound scanner, the researchers studied a couple of volunteers having sex in five popular positions for 10 minutes.

Positions chosen were: face-to-face/woman on top, seated/face-to-face, face-to-face/man on top (with and without pillow), and kneeling/rear entry.

“The goal was to compare clitoral blood flow before and after intercourse in each of the five positions over a standardized time period,” the researchers explained.

The scan shows that the face-to-face position is the most effective for stimulating clitoral blood flow.

“The kneeling/posterior entry position provides the least amount of direct contact with the clitoris and results in a marginal increase in blood flow compared to face-to-face positions,” the researchers wrote.

The kneeling/rear entry position caused the least amount of direct contact with the clitoris and resulted in a marginal increase in blood flow compared to face-to-face positions.

The kneeling/rear entry position caused the least amount of direct contact with the clitoris and resulted in a marginal increase in blood flow compared to face-to-face positions.

It was the face-to-face/man-up position with the pillow position that resulted in the greatest increase in blood flow to the clitoris.

It was the face-to-face/man-up position with the pillow position that resulted in the greatest increase in blood flow to the clitoris.

However, it was the face-to-face/male-higher position with a pillow that resulted in the greatest increase in blood flow to the clitoris.

“Pillows sold for this purpose, often referred to as ‘sex pillows’ or ‘positioning pillows’, are typically firm and wedge-shaped, providing a more precise and consistent pelvic tilt than conventional bed pillows,” the researchers explained.

Adding a pillow allows a woman to regulate the amount of contact between her clitoris and her partner’s skin, the researchers said.

“In addition to increasing the amount of contact and pressure on the clitoris, pillows can increase the depth of penetration,” they added.

The researchers highlight that different women likely respond differently to stimulation in different sexual positions, while different men may exhibit different degrees of “pushing power.”

However, they hope the results will help clinicians helping patients with sexual dysfunction.

“Difficulties in achieving orgasm, the causes of which are multifactorial, are one of the components of sexual dysfunction,” they concluded.

“Physicians can use these results to advise patients on which intercourse positions can help them achieve orgasm.”

Study says moaning is NOT a good indicator of female orgasm

They are often considered the peak of pleasure, but until now there was no official definition of the female orgasm.

While men usually ejaculate when they reach orgasm, women experience very different bodily sensations when they reach orgasm.

Now scientists from the University of Ottawa have decided to measure the female orgasm for the first time.

Their results indicate that female orgasms should be defined as “pleasant satisfaction” and moaning should be eliminated entirely as a measure.

They hope the results can be used to improve interventions for women who are not satisfied with their orgasm experience.