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Case Study: Our long-term customer experienced hour-long multiple orgasms How? 
Reader: 8/21/2007>Dr. Lin,

Thank you for your speedy response. Our love life is now unbelievable. 

Vaginal orgasms come very easy, but my clit is much harder to get off. Clitoral orgasm is never achieved during intercourse, but during foreplay. However, once my clitoral orgasm starts, intercourse will keep these orgasms going indefinitely. The clitoral orgasms are extremely intense, and do not subside. Each wave of orgasm is as intense as the one before, and they keep coming. We can go up to a hour with regular orgasms every seven to ten seconds, but might go longer than that. We have never figured out exactly how long I could last, because after about an hour, I collapse with exhaustion. 

Do all women have the capacity for these type of extended orgasms? Why is the clitoral orgasm more difficult to achieve, and is there a way I can have the clitoral orgasms easier and/or with intercourse? 

Thank you kindly for your professional attitude about such an important aspect of marriage. We appreciate you so very much.

Dr. Lin: 8/21/2007> Thank you for your big order again. please read this link-
He said 'I began taking ArgiNox and ViaPalHghP last Wednesday 8-15..... I loved on my girlfriend for at least an hour with total control over when I wanted to orgasm. My girlfriend was incredibly satisfied and came 4 times. She was begging me to come so she could rest. I actually had a double climax when i did orgasm.
==> http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case15406.htm  

The male and female multiple-orgasm capacity depends on the ageing of the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis which generally releases prolactin to slow or shut down libido and orgasm after each orgasm.
If your dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis doesn't release sufficient prolactin into your bloodstream and , instead, it pumps out more oxytocin than prolactin after each run, you can continue to experience orgasm. But, after each run, the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis will release more prolactin, but less oxytocin. When the negative effects of prolactin on the sympathetic nervous orgasm control overrides the positive effects of the oxytocin, prolactin will shut down your libido and orgasm.
Your dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis is very young, like a teenager girl's.

The sexual stimulation on the G-spot and Epicenter (uterus/cervix) generally produce a mass stimulation on the vagal nerves which directly stimulate the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis. The clitoris contain less vagal nerves, but more sympathetic nerves. The clitoral vegal nerves won't relay the stimulation signal to the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis unless the nervous stimulation is so intensive that the sympathetic nerves overflow to the vagal nerves. This will require a heavy, high-speed stimulation on the clitoral area, which may induce inflammatory swelling. If a woman has a protrusive, swelling or inflammatory clitoris, she will likely to experience clitoral orgasm. If you want to experience clitoral orgasm, you have to swell or inflame your clitoris first. On the other hand, a clitoral orgasm can inflame or erect the urethral and G-spot erectile tissues and nerves with prostaglandin E2 for continuous orgasm with vaginal intercourse. Prostaglandin E2 will make the local nerves become very sensitive, like a short circuit in the vagina. This is why vaginal orgasm requires urethral/G-spot/Epicenter erection first. But, the vaginal intercourse won't trigger clitoral orgasm unless you use my 3-point excitation position, screwing (at about 0.8 seconds per cycle) or CAT love positions, where your erecting or inflaming clitoris is stimulated -
http://www.actionlove.com/love/method.htm 
http://www.actionlove.com/screw.htm 
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case8794.htm  
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case8611.htm 
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case10515.htm 
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case10209.htm 
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case13331.htm  or 
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case13668.htm 
By the way, there are a lot of wonderful information in this link -
http://actionlove.com/extra/position.htm  


Reader: 8/21/2007>
Dr. Lin,

Thank you for your very intelligent explanation. I will have to study more to fully understand the meaning. Clitoral Orgasms have always been such a mystery to me, and I was unable to obtain vaginal orgasms before I started taking your supplements.

For me to achieve clitoral orgasm, my mental state has to be right, and start with a lot of breast stimulation. I have to work a fantasy. Masturbation will usually produces the clitoral orgasm, and if I am by myself, it is following by a feeling of deep sleepiness. This is a sleep aid for me, but I am rarely alone for this. 

With my husband, it is different. The vaginal orgasms are now easy, but the clitoral orgasms are tricky. I have to be in the right frame of mind, and fantasy. Breast stimulation, and clitoral stimulations, but I cannot always reach my goal no matter if my husband is doing everything right. It is definitely a mental challenge.

The clitoral orgasm, is like stoking a fire. Very carefully... I have a hair trigger with a lot of built up anticipation. Then when and if it finally goes, it's like a raging fire. I am totally consumed with waves and waves of orgasms. I begin a high pitched scream which I absolutely cannot control. The libido lasts maybe three to five seconds, and I am screaming my head off when I am at those peaks - I cannot control the screams. Then I come down off the wave, and if we are screwing, it starts again within a matter of seconds. I am screaming again as I am swept off into the next great wave. This goes on and on, and my husband is absolutely in Heaven. He loves this and has excellent control. But now more and more he is having dry orgasms, after which he goes down a bit, but with a little stimulation, he is right back up. He is 53 years old, so he does not ejaculate every night, but he enjoys the sex so very much.

I will refer to the CD rom I bought from you and the links you sent to me, and perhaps we can master this technique you have with the two fingers. 

Now here is another question for you. You said that in order to achieve clitoral orgasm, I need to swell my clitoris. How is this best achieved? By mental or physical stimulation? Or would your supplements help to do this? My goal is to sometimes intitiate the clitoral orgasm during intercourse.

Thank you kindly for your professional courtesy. I appreciate your time very much.
Dr. Lin: 8/22/2007>
I have found the same conclusion as your experiences. Women having more sexual fantasy are likely to have more masturbation and clitoral orgasm. Also, the young women are likely to experience clitoral orgasm, but women after age 30 are likely to have vaginal orgasm. In this regard, it is associated with the circulating oxytocin in the bloodstream and the estrogen positive effect on the prostaglandin E2 production in swelling the clitoral tissues. A high level of circulating oxytocin, histamine and prostaglandin E2 in the bloodstream can swell the clitoris very easily. On the other hand, prostaglandin E2 can shorten the vagal nervous circuit in the clitoris in triggering the pituitary oxytocin production. The breast massage will also trigger the pituitary oxytocin production to induce orgasmic contraction. This is why breastfeeding can induce uterine contraction for all the women and orgasm for some women, leading to mother-baby emotional binding. The same principle also applies to couple-love binding.
Normal vaginal orgasm requires androgen hormones to sensitize/charge the G-spot and Epicenter vagal, sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves for stimulation and oxytocin release. Estrogen generally cool down the nerves and trigger vaginal lubrication release unless the prostaglandin E2 action kicks in, where prostaglandin E2 is generally released from uterus and cervix in suppressing vagina immune for the sperms to survive and to fertilize eggs, and for a fertilized egg to be implanted in the uterine lining. Women with a high level of prostaglandin E2 in the vagina are likely to get yeast infection and excessive vaginal discharge. Of course, the vagina are very sensitive. Prostaglandin E2 can induce persistent sexual arousal, urethral tract infection, over-reactive bladder symptoms, frequent urination, urinary urgency or/and orgasm contraction. The normal vaginal orgasm requires a the G-spot, urethral and Epicenter erection under prostaglandin E1, sympathetic and parasympathetic erectile nervous function, where the erection triggers the prostaglandin E2 release to stimulate the vagal nerves for oxytocin release in initiating the sympathetic nervous action on orgasmic contraction. The normal vaginal orgasm generally won't let women experience persistent sexual aroual, urinary urgency, or frequent urination. 
Our products give women a normal vaginal orgasm without inducing vaginal abrasion, over-reactive bladder symptoms, urethral tract infection, frequent urination and urinary urgency.

Erecting the clitoris can be achieved by sexual fantasy or watching a porn movie.
The most effective way is to use the Finger Pliers to massage the clitoris and G-spot at the same time with VIP Cream while you are watching a por movies. It will trigger the erection of clitoris and G-spot.
Then, once your clitoris erects and becomes very hard, you have an option to continue clitoral stimulation for orgasm, or get a mixing clitoral and G-spot orgasm.
After the mixing orgasm, you can continue to get stimulating from either your clitoris or G-spot for more orgasms.
Our supplements such as ViaPal-hGH-P and ArgiNOx can help you erect the clitoral and G-spot at the same time.
To have clitoral orgasm through intercourse, you will have to keep your clitoris under a highly rhythmic pressure stimulation during vaginal sex.

In this regard, you have to use the 3-point excitation or CAT love position, where your clitoris will be stimulated by his pubic bone. By the way, I don't know if your clitoral orgasm can be triggered by brushing your clitoris with his pubic hair.
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