The Elusive G-Spot: Here’s What You Need to Know
The G-spot has been a hot topic of discussion for many, many years; and yet, this “hidden gem” within a woman’s vagina remains somewhat of a mystery, even to those in the field of sexual health. Is there a G-spot at all? Do all women have it? And, perhaps the most pressing question, “how do we find it?” all need to be answered – or so it seems.
To perceive the G-spot as an actual spot, or point, within the vagina may be incorrect. This is a highly-erogenous area that may expand as a woman becomes aroused. Another concept that may be incorrect, and extremely frustrating for some women, is that the G-spot is an end-all-be-all to breathtaking orgasms. The truth of the matter is, some women find stimulation to this sensitized area near the urethra to be downright uncomfortable.
The G-spot as an Extension of the Clitoris
For the woman interested in maximizing sexual pleasure, there is much more to consider than a singular, albeit sacred, center in the vagina. Scientifically speaking, the G-spot may be thought of like the roots of the clitoris. This external structure located just outside the vaginal canal is much more complex than it seems. When you think about it, it makes sense that what is visible, the head of the clitoris would have ties to another part of the female anatomy. That other part may just be the G-spot or the area in which the internal branches of the clitoris surround the urethra.
What is the End-Goal?
Sexual pleasure is an important aspect of a woman’s overall well-being. However, this looks different in every scenario. Instead of engaging in a game of cat-and-mouse with this erogenous zone, women can benefit from more inclusive habits related to sexual health. For instance, it is advantageous to address vaginal atrophy and the drying that occurs as hormones change. It is important to manage stress so “getting in the mood” is not such a chore.
Often, issues such as dryness and laxity are what get in the way of optimal sexual pleasure. In our Scottsdale office, patients can experience rejuvenated sexual pleasure by restoring vaginal lubrication and tightness with non-surgical ThermiVa treatment.
Learn more about how Dr. Ong can assist you with concerns related to vaginal atrophy. Call (480) 771-7771.