A Channel 4 documentary called The Super Orgasm claims that women are capable of achieving something termed a 'super orgasm' which is essentially 100 orgasms at once.
A bit like when you wait ages for a bus and then three come along at once... well, ok, not really.
The documentary measured five women's brain activity and showed they were capable of both multiple orgasms and a 'super orgasm'. Whilst some women are able to achieve orgasm more easily than others, the main factor that effects ability is levels of oxytocin in the brain, the hormone responsible for making us feel happy.
Some women claim they are totally unable to achieve orgasm, but scientists argued that this was something all women were biologically capable of achieving but is easier for those who release higher levels of oxytocin.
They also put forward that including relaxation, yoga and bonding as part of sex could increase likelihood of orgasm. Time to get those candles out.
Interestingly, the study also suggested reaching climax could increase a woman's chance of conceiving by as much as 15 per cent.
The women who were able to achieve 'super orgasms' tended to be have less inhibited and more extroverted personalities, and were more easily aroused and relaxed during sex.