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Dare You To Nail This Orgasm Quiz

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    Anxiety, stress, as well as relationship issues can make it harder to orgasm, according to sex and relationship researcher Kristen Mark, PhD.

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    Anorgasmia

    It's defined as difficulty reaching orgasm, even after plenty of sexual stimulation, causing you personal distress.

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    Debby Herbenick, PhD, told BuzzFeed that while it's rare, it is possible to orgasm from nipple stimulation alone.

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    It's oxytocin!

    Oxytocin is a hormone and neurotransmitter that's released when you orgasm.

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    2-3 calories!

    According to I Love Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide by Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller, orgasming burns 2-3 calories.

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    According to a Harvard Medical School study, men who wank off more have a LOWER risk of prostate cancer.

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    Both men and women!

    According to a 2010 study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, both women and men were more likely to orgasm during their last sexual encounter if they engaged in a greater number of sexual behaviors (like oral sex, anal sex, vaginal sex, etc.).

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    Certain brain areas light up in response to both pain and pleasure, so it's possible that when they're responding to pleasure signals, they may be able to inhibit pain sensations.

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    It's true!

    Orgasms can increase endorphin and oxytocin levels, according to board-certified OB-GYN Dr. Alyssa Dweck.

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