While it's widely known women can experience multiple orgasms during sex, it's believed men have only one orgasm whenever they ejaculate. However, it's possible for men to have multiple orgasms. In fact, according to a case study, one man had six orgasms over the course of 36 minutes.

So multiple orgasms appear to be possible for men, but they are not common. A 2016 article published in Sexual Medicine Reviews found that fewer than 10 percent of men in their 20s and less than 7 percent of men over the age of 30 reported experiencing multiple orgasms.

When discussing multiple orgasms in men, it's important to distinguish orgasms from ejaculation. An orgasm is the peak, or climax, of sexual pleasure, whereas ejaculation is the discharge of semen from the penis. You can have an orgasm without actually ejaculating.

Can I shorten the refractory period?

The refractory period is the period after ejaculation during which no amount of sexual stimulation can cause