Male Multiple Peaks of Pleasure: Myth or Fact?

by John Dugan Owner

Men have long been fascinated by the fact that women are capable of having multiple peaks of pleasure. Perhaps because so many men find their own peaks to be so enjoyable, males are often curious as to whether they could ever be capable of experiencing those multiple waves of pleasure. And if so, how? Is it a matter of some lucky physical trait? Or is a man simply going to have to get used to the fact that one wonderful event is enough and not be greedy about having more?

Multiple peaks of pleasure

What exactly is a multiple peak of pleasure? There is debate over the exact definition of this oft-used phrase, but in general it refers to the ability to experience more than one during the same sensual situation (whether through partner play or through self-stimulation). In general, there is some “down time” between the occurrences, usually a few minutes – although it can be shorter or longer.

Hard statistics are difficult to come by. One survey found that 15% of women have experienced multiple peaks of pleasure at least once, where another found the figure was 26%.

In women, the multiple O is essentially dependent upon proper stimulation – which means that she needs to be neither over- nor under-stimulated. Since the female anatomy can become very sensitive as a consequence of a first peak, finding the “just right” level of stimulation to achieve a second is especially tricky.


Meanwhile, men are not usually built for multiple peaks of pleasure. Although it is possible to reach a peak without coming, usually the two are linked – and after the release, a man’s physical processes typically begin making a second difficult. Most notably, the manhood tends to lose its rigidity rather quickly as blood is released from the organ.

Very few scientific studies have focused on male multiple peaks of pleasure. One 2016 study could only locate 15 peer-reviewed, published documents. Some of the documents are single case studies, such as a 2015 paper which examined a man who has regularly experienced multiple peaks since he began coming at age 15. During the study, he experienced six events in the space of 36 minutes, maintaining his tumescence throughout. Another study documented an individual who experienced three, though he did not come until the final one.

Most studies seem to indicate that men who do experience multiple peaks of pleasure experience the first one with a release of fluid, but that the subsequent ones are “dry.” However, there are exceptions to this.

Although this has not been definitively proven, it appears that a man’s prolactin levels may determine whether he can come multiple times. Prolactin is a hormone, the levels of which tend to rise in men after they come. This seems to have a “dampening” effect on their drive. So while studies have not been done to prove this, it appears that men who can experience multiple peaks of pleasure may be doing so because they produce less prolactin – or perhaps because something overrides the prolactin after it is produced.

All of which is to say that yes, some men can indeed experience multiple peaks of pleasure – and perhaps one day, science will find a way to make this more achievable for more men.

When that day comes, a man wants his manhood to be in good enough shape to withstand such ecstasy – so guys should daily apply a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). There are two ingredients in particular to watch out for in a crème: vitamin C and L-arginine. A guy wants vitamin C because it is a component of collagen, which keeps manhood skin elastic and is vital for bedroom performance (as well as helpful for cardiovascular health). And L-arginine is an amino acid which helps the body produce nitric oxide – which in turn keeps male organ blood vessels open for the increased blood flow which enables tumescence to occur.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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