Dr Adam Ostrzenski, gynecologists Institute of Gynecology at St.
Petersburg, Florida, seeking to end the debate surrounding the G-spot.
In the midst of speculation and is not, he claimed had found the
anatomy of this sensitive area. Ostrzenski ensure the G- spot is real.
Structure resembles a bag in the perineal membrane. Amounted to only
half the size of a fingernail, with a length of 8.1 millimeters and
3.6 millimeters wide. "Our study has confirmed the anatomy of the
G-spot, which may help to understand and study the female sexual
function better," said Ostrzenski, who published their study in the
Journal of Sexual Medicine, was quoted by the Telegraph. Understanding
of the G- spot stems from the discovery of Ernst Gravenberg (G), a
German gynecologist, in 1950. Be a point in the female sex organs
which have exceeded the sensitivity of the clitoris stimulation, so
that they can deliver a peak experience of pleasure or orgasm. Many
women claim to have found this sensitive area. However, not a few who
find it difficult to pretend that forced orgasm during intercourse
with a partner. This condition is even believed to override the 53.9
percent of women who had sexual intercourse. The high percentage of
women who have never orgasm that then provoke debate about the
existence of the G-spot. Many consider this sensitive area is only
fantasy and imagination which later became the term of the therapist's
sexuality in the media. Professor Kevan Wylie, consultant in sexual
medicine Sheffield and editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, said
the findings Ostrzenski not the final answer. Still need to set aside
100 studies supporting previous studies which failed to prove the
existence of the G-spot.