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Where is the G-spot in women?

Answer: The so-called G-spot or the Graefenberg zone should be on the front vaginal wall, about three to five centimeters from the vaginal entrance. Its stimulation is intended to achieve particularly intense orgasms in women.

The G-spot (G-zone) was believed to be a collection of particularly sensitive nerve endings, glands, and blood vessels around the urethra near the urinary bladder. Some scientists even suspected that it was a remnant of the prostate. In more recent studies, however, repeated histological examinations have not found any evidence for this assumption.

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Today it is assumed that in the area of ​​the so-called G-spot there are extensions of the erectile tissue of the clitoris and an orgasm is caused by the stimulation in this area. Which position is best suited to stimulate this region with the penis should be found out by making love with each other.

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Dr. Britta Bürger, specialist in gynecology and obstetrics

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