In the mid-twentieth century, Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, a German gynecologist, discovered a new arousal zone which is said to be located around the front wall of the vagina. His discovery didn`t get much attention until 1981 when this theory was again surveyed by Dr. Addiego only to find out that there is a part inside the female body which is highly sensitive to sexual stimulation. This erogenous spot was then termed as G-spot (for Grafenberg spot).
Ever since then, many surveys have been conducted so as to locate the G-spot and figure out its characteristics that give women intense sexual pleasure along with orgasm. In those researches, none has been able to locate the G-spot. From operations and dissections to scans and ultrasounds, no equipment or techniques has helped in finding the G-spot. Even the standard anatomy and gynecological books don`t have a mention of such a part.
Despite no evidence, many women have claimed, over the years, that they had experienced an unusual orgasm that was different from clitoris orgasm. Some believe that the G-spot is located exactly on the opposite side of the clitoris and both may have some link. Hence, most gynecologists believe that there must be some highly sensitive nerve endings in the front wall of the vagina that takes women to immense heights of sexual pleasure, resulting in squirting which is uncommon in clitoris orgasm.
Squirting is common for women who experience G-spot orgasms which are often falsely perceived to be urine because of its watery texture. The fluid which is released during and/or after the G-spot orgasm indeed comes out from the urethra. However, gynecologists have concluded that it is not urine, but a fluid (without any use) released from the Skene, a gland that borders urethra and bears resemblance to the male prostate gland.
While some women say that a stimulated G-spot gives them enormous pleasure, some have reported that rubbing in that area makes them very uncomfortable and others stated that they liked clitoral stimulation better than the G-spot. So, every woman is not likely to enjoy a G-spot orgasm, however, there`s no harm in giving it a shot.
Many gynecological studies have revealed that women under the age of 30 have high estrogen levels which make their vaginal lining so thick that they don`t feel G-spot stimulation. On the other hand, when the estrogen level begins to decline after the age of 30, accessing the G-spot becomes easier because of lesser denseness of the area which gives more sexual pleasure.
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