What Happens In Human Body When Couples Make Love?

Oh, that MRI scan! 

 What Happens In Human Body When Couples Make Love?
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When a man and a woman fall in love, they make a decision to get intimate with each other. The act of making love brings the two closer and make the bond stronger. But apart from the emotional and romantic values, it also has other effects. Intimacy talks in its own language when it comes to believing in scientific facts. The act of making love is not just a physical happening. 

A lot of actions and reactions take place in our body in a brief span of those sweet moments. The hormones do their jobs perfectly to make you feel on top of the world.
Scientists and doctors took it upon themselves, to figure out the anatomy of intimacy with the modern technology making it possible for them.

All the five phases -  from beginning to the end - are described in detail with some facts. 

 

#1 The beginning of love making!

#1 The beginning of love making!

It takes around 10-30 seconds of physical stimulation before taking the excitement to that level where your body starts to respond to the stimulation by making you S.  

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#2 Highland phase!

#2 Highland phase!

The man gets harder and bigger and his testicles pull back into the scrotum as he gets turned on. The lips of girl's private part grow in size and get narrower. If a woman has never given birth, her private part will turn brighter in color! 

#3 The male climax

#3 The male climax

The climax approaches when the urethral bulb begins to collect seminal fluid and the ejaculation follows. The phallus continuously contracts to create a sensitive sensation in men.

#4 The female climax

#4 The female climax

Every eight-tenths of a second, the vulva wall contracts in a rhythmic pattern. The contraction depends on the level and quality of orgasm. The girl's blood pressure, breathing and pulse shoot up too as she moves into a denser feeling of pleasure.  

#5 Redemption!

#5 Redemption!

Once the couple is done with their subsequent climaxes, their bodies take around half an hour to come back to normal phase. This is the reason why men can't continue with same intensity just after climaxing. In women, the swelling around the uterus decreases to normal level in a shorter time!   

#6 The video

This video shows the X-Ray images of the sequence of sex, from the kiss to the intercourse. Though it is visually graphic, the video recommends the viewer to exercise his/her discretion.  

#7 The MRI scan

#7 The MRI scan

An MRI test was conducted on a couple engaged in intercourse. Since there isn't much space inside a scanner, not many manoeuvres were possible - not to mention the position, which was supposed to be held on for a good 15 minutes.     

#8 The results

#8 The results

The scan was successful and the doctors were able to get the perfect images as to what exactly goes on inside during the intercourse. With the images, they were able to create a 3D projection of the action.   

The 3D model

The 3D model

The model that finally emerged through the images produced by the scan, gave a better overview of the coitus. In the image, the woman's body is colored blue, while the male's body is colored in orange.   

The video

This is the video of the study that was done. Once again, it is graphic video. So we'd recommend you to exercise your discretion.
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