G-spot, one of the most controversial topics among the sexually active community. Does the G-Spot really exist? How to locate it and make your woman more satisfied when making love? Let’s know about the history and what experts say about it.
A woman can experience orgasm in 5 different ways mainly.
Combination of any of the above
In this article, we will be focusing mainly on #2, Vaginal Orgasm and the G-Spot. Clitoral Orgasm is the orgasm feeling experienced by a woman when the clitoris is stimulated with fingers or by any other kind of sexual activity. In this process, the end of the vagina swells or balloons out. Vaginal orgasm is achieved by lesser percentage of women when their G-spot is stimulated well either with penetrative sex or with fingers etc. Some women are not very comfortable when their G-Spot is touched/stimulated.
Where is the G-Spot, how to find it?
The G-Spot refers to an area inside the vagina. This is not any particular organ by itself. It is believed to exist at a depth of 5 cm to 8 cm inside the vagina. One can try by inserting their or their partner’s fingers into the vagina and rubbing/stimulating the upper roof/wall of the vagina while the woman lies down on her back. When correctly stimulated, the tissues around the urethra start to swell in response. The swollen area (can be felt by the fingers) is the G-Spot. If the woman feels uncomfortable or feels irritated, it is better to leave out the quest for her G-Spot and concentrate on other activities. Women whose urethral portion starts swelling may feel the urge to urinate but very quickly they start feeling the sensual pleasure.
Female Ejaculation by stimulation of the G-Spot
Unlike Clitoral orgasm, in the orgasm experienced by stimulation of the G-Spot, the cervix of the woman pushes down into the vagina. Different types of liquids are expelled from their urethra during this moment. They may include urine, squirt (a diluted form of urine) and female ejaculate. It is common for some women to leak urine during sex. However, the woman has to observe herself if she is leaking urine during coughing, sneezing, lifting weights because, that will be because of a condition called ‘Urinary Incontinence’.
“Squirting” expels fluids that resemble urine and it is believed that it is caused due to the contraction of muscles surrounding the bladder during orgasm.
How does the female ejaculate/squirt look like?
Women who had experienced orgasm and squirt due to the stimulation of the G-Spot said that the squirt was like a watery, little milky coloured. Most of them ejaculated few millilitres of squirt. (Note – Some women may not ejaculate visible amount of squirt but they do feel the orgasm). One laboratory analysis revealed that this female ejaculate resembled the secretions from the male prostate. This lead many gynecology experts believe that the ejaculate may be produced by female prostate once called “Skene’s Gland”.
What exactly is the G-Spot?
As said, G-Spot doesn’t refer to any particular organ inside the vagina. It is believed to be a junction where the clitoris, urethra and the vagina meet inside the body. Stimulating the area where the female prostate and the clitoris meet can result in female orgasm. Female prostate lies surrounding the urethra anterior to the vagina. Due to anatomy of clitoris, stimulating the G-Spot may also stimulate the internal portions of the clitoris resulting in orgasm.
Does G-Spot really exist?
Yes. While the junction termed G-Spot exist in every woman, stimulating that area may be pleasurable for some women while for others may feel uncomfortable. Absence of sensual feelings when G-Spot stimulation is done doesn’t put a woman into sexually dysfunctional category. Every woman will have her own sweet spots and it is up to her partner to figure it out and enjoy the pleasures.
If you or your partner once used to experience the G-Spot orgasm and currently unable to feel the same, you or she can undergo a simple non surgical procedure called G-SHOT ® – G-Spot Amplification. This is a simple day care procedure performed at our clinic by the expert in Cosmetic Gynaecology (in Chennai & India), Dr. Deepa Ganesh.