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sleep orgasm

I have recently started having very intense orgasms in my sleep especially if my bladder is full and I am lying on my side.  When this happens I wake up just after and I can tell it was not from any clitoral stimulation because that part is not sensitive at all after it happens.  The biggest part I am wondering about I guess is why this happens and how? I have never had an orgasm with penetrative sex.  So what part is getting stimulated and how can I find it!!!!
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Hi there.

What part is getting stimulated? Simple answer: Your brain. It's fairly typical to have sleep orgasms due to sexual dreams, and also from stimulation from sheets and blankets, and/or having a full bladder..

Alas, sleep orgasms occur involuntarily, just like rapid eye movement, snoring, etc.—in other words, strictly not under your conscious control, so there’s nothing you can “find” in order to make them happen more frequently. Consider yourself lucky! Many women would love to have these “dreamgasms.” Dr. J
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