London: It's a question which has intrigued scientists for centuries – why do women have orgasms? But a team of Yale researchers last year claimed to have finally discovered the answer, and it’s all to do with ovulation.
They believe in the past, our female ancestors only released an egg after being stimulated by a male just before or during sex, Daily Mail said in a report.
This is still the case for numerous species of mammals – including rabbits, ferrets, camels and cats, the report said.
In another breakthrough, a new injection could rid you of all of your fears of not enjoying sex as you get older.
Dubbed the 'O-shot', the injection has helped many patients to achieve more orgasms and a more enjoyable love life, according to Daily Mail.
Offered in a private clinic in London, the £1,000 jab helps to provide more natural lubrication to those who lack it, according to Dr Sharif Wakil.
He claims to have personally administered the jab to 2,000 women both across the world at the Dr SW on Harley Street.
In an interview with The Independent, he said that it works by using blood from the patient's own arm.
Put into platelets, they are then transferred into a container that produces high quality plasma.
This is then injected into specific parts of the vagina, triggering an increased blood flow and the growth of healthy tissue.
Many patients seek the treatment to regain their orgasms, with their older age meaning a lack of climaxing.