How to Find Your G-Spot
When it comes to female anatomy, it may seem mysterious and difficult to understand. While the male anatomy may seem more straightforward (especially when it comes to sexual arousal and satisfaction), women might have a more difficult time trying to figure out what’s what. Case in point: the G-Spot.
The G-Spot is something that almost everyone has heard about (men and women alike), but still, so many struggles to find it (again, men and women alike). Some might even wonder if it is a real thing, or if it is completely made up. Well, you can rest assured that the G-Spot is, in fact, a real part of the female anatomy, although it might not be exactly what you think it is. Let’s take a look at what the G-Spot is, and exactly how you can find it. You will also learn how vaginal rejuvenation can help your G-Spot be even more discoverable!
What is the G-Spot?
The G-Spot, believe it or not, isn’t actually a single spot at all. In fact, it is a cluster of tissues and nerves. These tissues and nerves change when aroused as blood flows to the spot and it becomes engorged during sexual arousal. When a woman is lying on her back, it can be found on the roof of the vagina at what would essentially be the twelve on a clock. Since the angle might be a little off, it can make the discovery of the G-Spot difficult, or even impossible, for a woman when she is using her fingers. Toys, or even a partner, may make this discovery easier (and let’s face it – more fun!
What Are Some Tips for Finding the G-Spot?
If you are having a difficult time locating the G-spot, there are some tips and techniques that you can try that may increase the chances of you finding this area.
- Find The Right Position. The first idea that can help achieve vaginal orgasms by stimulating the G-spot is to find the right position. While every woman is different, there are two positions that may assist with locating this spot: the first is for the woman to be on her back, with her legs curled up. The second is a woman on top position in which the woman is at a forty-five-degree angle.
- Use Your Fingers. Often, the best way to find the G-spot is to use fingers instead. Simply insert two fingers into the vagina, and move them in a “come here” motion, gently stroking the top of the vagina. A smaller, firmer area – roughly the size of a quarter – can be felt.
- Don’t Skip the Foreplay! Another great tip is to be sure that your female partner is very aroused. Kissing and touching can be the key to getting her there!
- Practice! Don’t be afraid to practice! Get yourself some products that are created with the idea of finding the G-spot. Using plenty of lubricants, use these products to help yourself find your G-spot. This will allow you to take all the time you need, and not have to worry about feeling rushed!
What if I Don’t Feel Anything?
Not to worry – while some women find this cluster of nerves and can go absolutely crazy, others find that they don’t feel anything at all. While this doesn’t necessarily mean that there is something wrong, it may be disconcerting to not have that amazing feeling that others report having. Luckily, there is something that might help: vaginal rejuvenation. This is a procedure that can make sexual intercourse feel more satisfying, as well as help you find that G-spot!
What is a Vaginal Rejuvenation?
Vaginal rejuvenation is a surgical procedure that can change the way the vagina looks and feels. This procedure is done by tightening up the walls inside of the vagina, making sex much more pleasurable for both partners. It also narrows the vaginal opening, allowing more sensation to be felt during intercourse. Because of this, sex tends to be much more pleasurable and satisfying for women, and it is usually easier to achieve orgasm through penetrative sex. Also, many women who opt for a vaginal rejuvenation procedure also have an easier time locating their G-spot, which can lead to an incredible sexual experience!
If you are interested in learning more about a vaginal rejuvenation procedure or would like to schedule a consultation, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today at 310-393-9359 and we will be happy to help!