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NACS-2016-Estonia Conference

38 NACS-2016 SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE, SEPTEMBER 22-25, 2016 TARTU-ESTONIA

ABSTRACST FOR THE NACS-ESTONIA MEETING-2016
ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE POSTER PRESENTATIONS


Corresponding Author: Dr. Ümit SAYIN, humitsayin@gmail.com


TITLE: NEW HORIZONS FOR FEMALE SEXUALITY: EXPANDED SEXUAL RESPONSE (ESR)

H. Ümit Sayin1 and Margita Camilla Sundstedt2
1: Institute of Forensic Sciences, İstanbul University, Cerrahpaşa Medical School, Aksaray-İstanbul-Turkey
2: The Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies, The Study Programme in Social Sciences, Developmental Psychology, Åbo Akademi University, Vasa-Finland
 
Rationale and Methods:  Recently a new phenomenon about female sexuality has been defined as Expanded Orgasm (EO) and Expanded Sexual Response (ESR). One of the authors of this presentation has been performing extensive research and surveys on ESR in Turkey, in Europe and in the Americas since 2010. To investigate the main features and the parameters of ESR further, we have contacted some women who claimed to have ESR response through internet, Facebook, Skype, face to face interviews and by other means. The study is performed in the population of some women in Turkey, Finland and Sweden.  All the women signed and agreed on a written consent form using a nickname to give their private experiences.

Results: In our former research and in this research we have concluded that, ESR phenomenon exists in a minority of women. Some women can experience multiple prolonged orgasms when the sexual arousal and stimulation is continued. These prolonged multiple orgasms, which do not have any refractory periods, may last from 5 minutes to 15-20 minutes. Thus we defined this new form of prolonged sexual response, ESR, as: “being able to attain long lasting and/or prolonged and/or multiple and/or sustained orgasms and/or status orgasmus that lasted longer and more intense than the classical orgasm patterns defined in the literature”.

It is concluded that some aspects of the sexual response of women with ESR were different than the women without ESR (NESR, non-ESR): 1) The ESR women experienced vaginal, clitoral and blended orgasms, as described by Whipple. 2) The ESR women experienced multiple orgasms in most of their sexual activities. 3) The ESR women were able to attain long lasting and/or prolonged and/or multiple and/or sustained orgasms and/or status orgasmus that lasted longer than the classical single orgasm and/multiple orgasm patterns defined in the literature. 4) The ESR women claimed to have strong pelvic floor muscles (PFM) compared to NESR women. 5) The libido of ESR women was very high compared to NESR women. 6) ESR women described a phenomenon called G-Spot orgasms. 7) ESR women described sensitive erogenous zones in their genitalia other than clitoris.  8) ESR women masturbated frequently. 9) ESR women had erotic fantasies more frequently than the NESR women. 10) ESR women admitted to have a form of altered states of consciousness during some of their prolonged orgasms and/or status orgasmus.
Conclusion: Our accumulating data confirms that a phenomenon coined as ESR exists in women in different cultures.
 
 
TITLE: AN OVERVIEW OF THE COMPARISON OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF FEMALES IN FINLAND AND TURKEY, 4319 WOMEN

Margita Camilla Sundstedt1, H. Ümit Sayin2, Karin Österman1, Asiye Kocatürk3 and Kaj Björkqvist1

1:
The Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies, The Study Programme in Social Sciences, Developmental Psychology, Åbo Akademi University, Vasa-Finland
2: Institute of Forensic Sciences, İstanbul University, Cerrahpaşa Medical School, Aksaray-İstanbul-Turkey
3: Midwife  & Nursery Department, Medipol University, İstanbul-Turkey
 
Rationale, Introduction and Methods: It is important to understand the cultural differences and trends in the sexual behavior of women. European Union and Nordic countries will soon be attracting many refugees of Islamic population from the Middle East and Turkey, due to current political conditions. Thus it is very important to understand the family structure and the sexual behavior of women for preventive social medicine for possible problems which can occur in future. We have combined the data collected in Kadinca Report (KR,N= 1535, 1993), Hülya Report (HR, N=706, 2003), İstanbul Report (IR, N=939, 2013-2016, still continuing), and    Finland Study (FS, N=1139, 2014) to compare some cultural differences on female sexual behavior (Total N= 4319 women).

Results: Masturbation;
in Finnish study (FS), 36.6 %, in KHR 23 % did not masturbate at all. In FS, 2.9 % and in KHR 13.4 % masturbated once or more daily. Fantasy; in FS 94.3 % had erotic fantasies, while in KHR 83 % and in IR 53 % had erotic fantasies; during the last decade both masturbation and erotic fantasy dropped in Turkish women. Foreplay; in FS 84 %, in KHR 92.3 % (1993 & 2003) and in IR 53 % (2013) experienced foreplay; foreplay levels in Turkey dropped during last years. Orgasm:  In FS 82.5 % experienced different levels of orgasm; in KHR 83.8 % experienced orgasm (1993 & 2003) while in IR 50.2 % had a notion what an orgasm was. Contentness of Sexual Life; in FS 11 %, in KHR 18.8 % were not content of their sexual lives; while, in IR 37.3 % were not content of their sexual lives.

Conclusion:
Many aspects of the sexual behavior of Turkish women 10 to 20 years ago were very similar to that of current Finnish women. However, in most of the responses the sexual behavior of Turkish women declined in many aspects during the last decade (in 2013-2016).
 
 
 
 
 
 
TITLE: A COMPARISON OF THE ORGASMIC BEHAVIOR OF WOMEN IN FINLAND AND TURKEY

Margita Camilla Sundstedt1 and H. Ümit Sayin2

1: The Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies, The Study Programme in Social Sciences, Developmental Psychology, Åbo Akademi University, Vasa-Finland
2: Institute of Forensic Sciences, İstanbul University, Cerrahpaşa Medical School, Aksaray-İstanbul-Turkey
 
Rationale, Introduction and Methods: We have combined the data collected in Kadinca Report (KR, N= 1535, 1993), Hülya Report (HR, N=706, 2003), İstanbul Report (IR, N=939, 2013-2016, still continuing), and   the Finland-Abo Study (N=1139, 2013-2014) to compare some cultural differences on female orgasm patterns (Total N= 4319 women). Some of the data of KR and HR (between the ages of 17-25, university students, N=939) were taken here, since we had the comparable data of İstanbul Report (IR, 2013, N=939) at these ages.

Results:
Orgasm consistency and frequency in Finland were as follows: Almost never or never: 17.5 % (Anorgasmic?); sometimes (about 25 % of the time): 11.4%; sometimes (about 50% of the time): 13.7 %; most of the time (about 75 % of the time): 22.7 %; almost always or always: 34.6 %. For the last two combined choices of the highest frequency (last two choices of “always” and “most of the time”, combined), Finnish group had an orgasm frequency of 57.3 %.

For the Turkish Study (Kadinca and Hülya Reports-KHR- combined, N= 1076, between ages of 17-25; female university students): 16.2 % did not experience an orgasm (Anorgasmic?); however, in İstanbul Report (2013-2016, among university female students, 17-25 years old, N=939) 49.8 % did not experience any orgasms (Anorgasmic?). As a combined answer (“I always have an orgasm” and “frequently (80 %)”) the frequency of KHR group was able to attain orgasm was 48.8% (one decade before versus, current  57.3 % in Finland), while in IR this ratio dropped to 19.9 % in just ten years in Turkey.

Conclusion: Anorgasmia
levels in Turkish and Finnish population were similar, as around 16-17 %, when we compared the Turkish data collected before 2005; however, anorgasmia in Turkey increased to 2.8 times of that of Finnish and Turkish study during the last decade (as 49.8 %).  It seems that the sexual responsiveness and orgasm consistency has dropped in Turkey compared to former Turkish studies and to that of Finland during the last decade, extremely. Orgasm consistency in Turkish women was close to the Finnish Group (48.8 % versus 57.3 %), many years ago, however, it also dropped from 48.8 % to 19.9 %, and while today half of female population at the ages between 17-25, does not experience orgasm at all. This declining result in the Turkish society was probably because of the Turkish society becoming more conservative and religious during the last decades; also the lack of sexual education was another important factor.

 
TITLE: ALTERED STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS (ASC) OCCURING DURING PROLONGED ORGASMS OF A MINORITY OF WOMEN WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED ESR

H. Ümit Sayin1 and Margita Camilla Sundstedt2

1: Institute of Forensic Sciences, İstanbul University, Cerrahpaşa Medical School, Aksaray-İstanbul-Turkey
2: The Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies, The Study Programme in Social Sciences, Developmental Psychology, Åbo Akademi University, Vasa-Finland
 
 Rationale and Introduction: Expanded Sexual Response (ESR) is defined as “being able to attain long lasting and/or prolonged and/or multiple and/or sustained orgasms and/or status orgasmus that lasted longer and more intense than the classical orgasm patterns defined in the literature”. Lately, there were reports that defended the hypothesis that “intense orgasms in females” induced a form of “altered states of consciousness” (ASC). Also our collaborative studies with an American group who applied a meditative masturbation technique named as “OMING ORGASM” also showed that ASC may exist in single and multiple orgasms in a minority of women.
 
  Methods:
Using different survey methods and techniques we investigated the ASC patterns occurring during normal orgasms and ESR. We reviewed the ASC patterns of more than 100 women compared with usual sexual response and normal single orgasms. The study is still continuing; there may be changes in the results, the figures and statistics in the final study.

   Results:
We have concluded that ASC may occur in normal, single intense orgasms; however the occurrence of ASC was more variable (more than 85 ASC patterns), intense and frequent in prolonged orgasms. Among these were: depersonalization; out of body experience; flying; dying feeling (petit morte); ecstasy; rapture; explosion feeling;  quivering, earthquake feeling; flooding; absorbing; spurting; blessed; shuddering; intense love; unreal; surreal; seeing light flashes, color flashes, geometric shapes, figures; peacefulness; serenity; loss of control; spreading; flowing; mystical experience; cessation of time; intense empathy; de ja vu; crying and many others which are now being collected through our different surveys.

   Conclusion: ESR
orgasms and also single intense orgasms may induce a form of ASC in the human female. The mechanism of ESR induced ASCs is still very obscure. Four nerve and six pathway conceptualization, acute dopamine, norepinephrine, endogenous opioid, oxytocin and prolactin release may explain the occurrence of ASCs during ESR, to some extent. Prolonged orgasms may also activate some centers in the limbic system, prefrontal cortex, somatosensory cortex, as some f(MRI) studies have proven.
 


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