Orgasm is considered the peak moment of sexual pleasure. When a man experiences sexual arousal, blood flows into the erectile tissue of the penis, resulting in an erection of the male sexual organ. The more intense the excitation, the stronger the erection of the penis.
As arousal, the tip of the penis swells. Muscle tension increases, heart rate, and blood pressure increase, and breathing quickens. At this point, the scrotum tightens and fluid begins to flow from the testicles.
This fluid contains live sperm. It also increases arousal and acts as a lubricant. As orgasm approaches, the movements of the body—the penetration itself—accelerate.
Blood pressure, heart rate, and respiration peak, and oxygen consumption also increase. Upon reaching orgasm, the muscles of the arms and legs begin to “feel” spasms.
Then suddenly there is a powerful release of sexual tension. During menopause, rhythmic contractions of the muscles of the base of the penis also occur. This leads to the discharge of seminal fluid. During sex, the whole body may turn red.
After an experienced orgasm, the body relaxes, and a feeling of calmness, intimacy, and fatigue “comes”. The penis returns to its normal state along with the rest of the body. Before a man can reach another orgasm, he needs time to rest. Its duration is different for different men.