G spot


Some investigators have reported a mass of tissue posterior to the lower aspect of urethra and at the anterior wall of the vagina at its lower aspect contain large peripheral nervous system wiring for sexual climactic response in the female. It is thought to produce copious amount of fluid which appears like urine and some have described its function as  homologous to that of the prostate gland in the male, especially in its production of fluid which is non mucoid but extremely copious, sometimes up to a liter in some females. It is thought that stimulation of this area described by a German physiologist Grafenberg, excites sexual climax in the female, probably of a different type as the pressure related vaginal climax and that of the tactile clitoral climax. It is described to be a  bean-shaped area on the anterior wall of the vagina, about 4 cm (1.5 inches) above the introitus. It is thought to be part of the spongy tissue that surrounds the urethra in the female (as it is in the male -check (corpus spongiosum). It is assumed that the spongy tissue swells up during sexual arousal and causes release of fluid similar but not the same as urine.

But all the above have defied proper scientific confirmation, although it does not mean G spot in the vagina does not exist.


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