Reaching orgasm is arguably the best part of having sex. For some people, it's the entire purpose of getting down between the sheets, but not all women orgasm every time they have sex. There are countless reasons as to why you may not climax; it can be related to inexperience, exhaustion, not being in the mood, lack stamina, or not really knowing what an orgasm should feel like. All things that are totally normal. That being said, there are some weird things that happen to your body when you don't orgasm.
Woman's Day recently reported that up to 30 percent of women have trouble reaching orgasm and as many as 80 percent of women do not reach orgasm by vaginal intercourse alone. Your mind and emotions control much of your sexual arousal, and they can affect whether or not you climax. Even with the many benefits of frequent orgasms, statistically speaking, it probably won't happen with every sexual encounter you have, especially if you are not connecting with your partner. But, how important is it to reach the Big O?
Here are a few surprising things that can happen to and within your body when you have sex, but don't orgasm.