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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Women’s G-Spot Found?

A recent study was done to determine whether the G-spot, a spot reported by many women as the source for powerful vaginal orgasms actually exists. The study was small, including only 20 women. Nine of the women reported powerful orgasms and eleven of the women did not have vaginal orgasms. The study was done by Italian scientist, Dr. Emmanuele Jannini, at the University of L’Aquila.

To determine whether the G-spot exists, Dr. Jannini used an ultrasound to measure the tissues between the vagina and the urethra, the spot where most women suggest the g-spot is found. Dr. Jannini found that the tissue was thicker in all nine women who reported having vaginal orgasms.

While this small study seems to prove that there is such a thing as a G-spot and that it is located in some women and missing in others, many doctors do not agree. Some have suggested that this tissue might be part of the clitoris, while others suggest that the tissue is thicker because the women are using those muscles to have orgasms, not due to the fact that the tissue is naturally thicker because a sensitive spot exists there.

More studies will need to be done to determine whether the women’s G-spot can actually be found.







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