Scientist Finds Elusive G-spot in Corpse

Scientist Finds Elusive G-spot in Corpse

Many women report extreme sexual pleasure from stimulation of an area in the upper, anterior part of the vagina known as the G-spot. However, until now, the structure of this phenomenon had not been anatomically determined. But with help from the dead body of a 83-year old woman, a gynecologist finally managed to prove the existence of the G-spot.

The study comes from the hands of Adam Ostrzenski, of the Institute of Gynecology in St. Petersburg, FL. Through careful dissection of the cadaver, he uncovered a blue grape-like structure located deep beneath five layers of vaginal tissue in the same area where women report feeling G-spot pleasure. It was about 8 millimeters long and about half as wide.

According to Ostrzenski, the rope-like, highly stretchable structure lay just beneath a layer of strong fascia, and appeared to be made of erectile tissue – like the clitoris. He believes that previously, surgeons haven’t dug deeply enough to find it.

If verified, the discovery has an endless number of possible applications, Ostrzenski said. He is already working on a sex toy that is “absolutely different” from those currently on the market.

“From a practical view, all sexual toys must be redesigned if we want to stimulate the G-spot,” he said. “What they call G-spot toys are vibrators, but that doesn’t do the trick because there needs to be pressure.”

Source: Eurekalert, Discovery

Ostrzenski, A. (2012). G-Spot Anatomy: A New Discovery The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 9 (5), 1355-1359 DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2012.02668.x

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Unleashing Her G-spot Orgasm by Donald L. Hicks

Female Ejaculation & the G-Spot by Deborah Sundahl

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