What Every Woman Should Know About Her G-Spot

Can you imagine a study to determine whether or not a part of your body actually exists? If you’re a woman, you may be surprised to learn that many studies have been conducted with the goal of discovering whether or not you have a G-spot. In fact, the existence of the G-spot has been up for debate since the 11th century

Dr. Kevin Jovanovic and Dr. Radoslav Jovanovic not only believe in the existence of the G-spot, they offer a service called G Spot Amplification (GSA) , which increases sensitivity to stimulation of this erogenous zone. In this post we explore the history surrounding the G-spot, and describe how the GSA works. 

Why is it called the G-spot?

Ernst Gräfenberg was a German scientist and doctor who wrote about the G-spot in the 1950s. It wasn’t until the 1980s that doctors attached his name to the zone, calling it the Gräfenberg-spot, then shortening it to the G-spot. 

One group of researchers determined that the G-spot didn’t exist after dissecting 13 cadavers and finding no evidence of an anatomical feature that could be definitively named “the G-spot.” However, there have been many other studies that did find evidence of the G-spot. 

The most important evidence you should be concerned with, though, is whether or not there’s an area inside your vagina that brings you pleasure when it’s stimulated. In the end, that’s what matters -- how you experience pleasure. 

Where is the G-spot? 

Most women have basically the same parts, but there are differences that are due to genetics, whether or not you’ve had babies, and other factors. Just as you may be shorter or taller, have longer arms or bigger feet, so your G-spot may be in slightly different position than someone else’s. 

Generally, the G-spot is located on the anterior wall of the vagina, which if you’re lying down, is the top wall or the front. Usually it’s about one-third of the way up that wall, but may be higher or lower. It may feel rougher than the surrounding tissue, and is sometimes described as feeling like orange peel. 

What is G-spot amplification (GSA)? 

G-spot amplification consists of injecting collagen into your G-spot. The collagen used in the shot is FDA-approved and is a natural substance. After the injection, you’re likely to experience enhanced sexual pleasure. The results usually last about four months. 

Even women who enjoy a healthy sex life sometimes look for ways to spice things up. After all, who doesn’t like enhanced pleasure? 

Some women, too, have difficulty identifying their own G-spot and feel some inadequacy because of that. GSA may be a way to help you understand your G-spot and to determine if it’s an area that brings you pleasure. 

If you’d like to learn more about your G-spot and GSA, or you have questions about reaching an orgasm in general, schedule an appointment with Dr. Jovanovic at our office in New York City. We’re happy to discuss your situation with you and make suggestions to help with any issues you may be experiencing.

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