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How Do I Find My G Spot?

The G-spot is probably the most talked-about aspect of sexual relations as it is believed to be able to produce very powerful female orgasms. Yet, it remains elusive to many.

For many women (and men), finding the G-spot is practically a lifetime endeavour. Some may never find it ... but half the fun is in the finding!



Does it exist?

Is the G-spot real, or just an idea cooked up by a woman to make things more challenging for men? Well, conventional wisdom indicates that it does exist in some women but not in others, and that the sensitivity varies for every woman.

Many women have difficulty finding their G Spot, because its size, dimension, and location vary from woman to woman. The G Spot is an area approximately the size of a dime, and is very sensitive because it is made up of nerve tissue. The G Spot is often thought of being part of the urethral sponge.

To get a sense of where your G spot (Grafenberg spot) may
be:

Place one hand over your bladder just above the bone.

With the other hand, use 2 fingers and insert them touching the top of your vagina. The area that is the most sensitive where you press between the two hands is the typical area of the G spot.

If you use your fingers, you’ll feel the difference in texture in the area where the G Spot is located, which is bumpier than the rest of the smooth vaginal lining. If you reach something that feels like the tip of your nose, you are touching your cervix and you’ve gone too far.

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