What is G-spot in female?
The G-spot is a purported highly erogenous area of the vagina that, when stimulated, may lead to strong sexual arousal and orgasm.
The term g-spot wasn’t coined until the 1980s but the concept of vaginal orgasm was there from 17th century.
The G-spot is named after Ernst Grafenberg, a German gynecologist.
In his research this sensitive region within the vagina in some women was documented in 1940.
Some women can orgasm through stimulation of the G-spot, others find it incredibly uncomfortable. Because of which there is always controversy regarding the G-spot.
Where is it located?
On the anterior wall, about 5-8cm above the opening to the vagina there lies the G-spot. If women lies on her back and someone else insert one or two fingers into the vagina with the palm up then it is easiest way to locate the G-spot. Using a “come here” motion, the tissue surrounding the urethra, called the urethral sponge, will begin to swell.
This swelling area is the G-spot. At first, this touch may make the woman feel as though she needs to urinate, but after a few seconds may turn into a pleasurable sensation. For some women, however, this stimulation remains uncomfortable, no matter how long the stimulation continues.
During clitoral orgasms, the end of the vagina (near the opening) balloons out; however, in G-spot orgasms, the cervix pushes down into the vagina.
Some people report that the area feels bumpy when they touch it, or that they have to push very hard on the area to feel it.
Others say that they sometimes feel a need to urinate when touching this area, likely because it is under the bladder. As a result, it may be helpful to use the bathroom before searching for the G-spot in female.
Women can try following things to find their G-spot.
- They can try different types of stimulation, such as hard, soft, vibrating, or stroking.
- Try using a curved sex toy designed for the G-spot.
- Change sexual positions for better access to the area.
- Apply pressure and stimulation to several different areas on the inside of the vagina. Pay attention to what feels good or different.
- Explore the G-spot without a partner. As the area can be sensitive and stimulation can be intense, it may be easier for a person to find a comfortable rhythm when they have complete control.
What could it be?
The G-spot is not a single, distinct entity.
The G-spot is located in the clitourethrovaginal complex – the area where the clitoris, urethra and vagina all meet up.
There are several structures in this complex that could produce pleasurable sensations when stimulated. The G-spot might reflect the stimulation of just one structure, or multiple structures at once.
Mechanical stimulation of the G-spot in female may in fact be stimulating the internal portion of the clitoris.
Why is it necessary to find G-spot?
Many females experience immense pleasure from the stimulation of this spot. While, some have reported frustration from their inability to find it, or from the belief that they do not have a G-spot.
Finding the G-spot can increase some females’ sexual pleasure and give couples a fun sexual challenge to pursue.
However, it is important to note that people who cannot find the G-spot or who do not want to try to find it can still enjoy gratifying and pleasurable sex.
Some women report that the stimulation of the G-spot causes them either to ejaculate or to produce much more lubrication than usual. So they can easily jump to the conclusion that they got their G-spot. But it is not true that the every time you ejaculate more than usual you found the G-spot. It may be due to normal orgasm.
Others say that it offers a more intense orgasm, or makes it possible to orgasm from vaginal penetration.
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