The G-Spot: What Is It? How To Improve Its Sensation and Function

August 2022

The G-spot is a mystery to many people. What is it? What does it do? How can you improve its function and sensation? In this blog post, we will answer all of these questions and more! We will discuss the anatomy and physiology of the G-spot, as well as how to improve its function and sensation. Additionally, we will explore how hormone treatments can help enhance this sensitive area for women.

The female prostate or as it was called, the Grafenberg spot is an area of sexual organs that are considered to be a woman’s g-spot. Gräfenberg first described the sensitive area of the vagina in his 1950 publication called “The Role of Urethra in Female Orgasm.” In fact, it was not until 1981 that a team of researchers coined the term “G-spot” in a research paper on female ejaculation.

What is the G-spot / where is it / and what does it do?

The G-spot is a sensitive area located on the front wall of the vagina. Stimulation of this spot can provide pleasurable sensations, swelling, and fluid ejaculation.

  • The corpora cavernosa of the clitoris are two masses of spongey erectile tissues that help contribute to pleasure and swelling.
  • The corpora spongiosa of the vestibular bulbs, (i.e., two bulbous masses of erectile tissue located on either side of the vaginal opening and around the frontal vaginal wall) also help contribute to pleasure and swelling.
  • The prostatic glandular tissue surrounding the urethra allows for the sensation of pleasure and fluid ejaculation.
  • The urethra itself can contribute to pleasure.
  • The anterior vaginal wall can add to pleasure sensation as well.

There is no question that stimulating your G-spot can lead to some pretty amazing orgasms. But how do you go about it?

Well, there are a few different ways. You can use your fingers, a sex toy, or even your partner’s penis. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages. Using your fingers is probably the most common way to stimulate your g spot. It is easy to do and you can control the pressure and speed yourself. Plus, you can apply this technique to other areas of your body too.

If you want something more intense, then using a sex toy might be a good option for you. There are all sorts of different toys out there that can help you reach orgasm.

There is a lot of debate about whether the g spot even exists. But as a savvy and sexually experienced woman, you know that it does – and you want to make sure that you are getting the most out of your bedroom activities.

How Can your Hormone and Sexual Health Physician Help?

Fortunately, there are some medical treatments available that can help optimize your g spot experience. There is a lot of discussion and proven research results about hormone therapy and its potential impact on our health and wellbeing. But what you may not know is that Bio-Identical Hormone treatments can also optimize your G-spot and sexual experience. When used appropriately, Bio-Identical hormone therapy –even in lesser amounts—can enhance the blood flow and sensation potential to such sexual organs and tissues named above which ultimately heighten your sensation and allow for better enjoyment and more intense orgasms.

If you are looking to improve your sex life, consider talking to a physician who is experienced in the field of Hormone Optimization and Sexual Health. Such doctors can ask the appropriate questions to identify where your body needs enhancement and are knowledgeable in appropriate use of Bio-Identical hormone management in a safe manner to Optimize all the sexual functions that you never thought had the potential to improve. NO, you are not “stuck in a sexual dump of a situation.”  If you approach the right physician, it could be the key to unlocking new levels of pleasure for both you and your partner!

Dr. Payam Kerendian is one of such physicians who has remarkable success in this field and is open to help consult with you and answer your questions appropriately and evaluate whether such treatments are appropriate for you. His office staff at Delight medical & Wellness Center will be happy to answer some of your introductory questions.