G spot found by Italian doctors

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  1. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    For starters there are three types of orgasms for women

    -clitoral
    -vaginal
    -blended

    In the clitoral orgasm, the vagina gets elongated and a pocket forms behind the uterus. Men who are "big" can learn to take advantage of this rather than knock on the cervix, which can be painful.

    In the vaginal orgasm, the vagina gets shortened due to the uterus dropping low.

    Sometimes, you can get real lucky and have a blended one.

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    Luckily for women, orgasm can happen with almost any type of sexual stimulation. Intercourse, oral or anal sex, dry humping, masturbation or even merely touching breasts or fantasising. A good passionate kiss can also make a woman come, if the guy is sexually exciting to her and of course, really gets her going.

    For teh G spot: The Grafenberg spot is a bundle of nerves the size of a quarter and is located an inch or so inside the vagina, on the side close to the navel. It swells when stimulated (making it easier to locate) and sometimes, stimulating the G-spot will cause clear fluid to spurt from the urethra (similar to the result obtained by prostate stimulation in men). This is seen in about 10% of women (most probably because the other 90% haven't tried it).

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    Finally, women reach orgasm more easily with clitoral stimulation than penetration; but in any case, it feels nice: warm, flushed, giddy and sleepy feeling.
     
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  3. 15ofthe19 35 year old virgin Registered Senior Member

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    Are nipplegasms rare? I've only been with two women who could have one simply from attention to the breasts.
     
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  5. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    Can men feel it when they 'bottom out' and hit the cervix? My husband can't, so I was wondering if that was normal.

    And I thought there were only 2 types. :shrug:
    The long slow build floaty tingly one and the one where all our blood leaves your extremities and rushes to your nether regions.
     
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  7. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    as a woman, I'm gonna say yes. I don't know anyone who has.
     
  8. 15ofthe19 35 year old virgin Registered Senior Member

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    I can't feel it either during intercourse, but we've learned to adjust positions as needed so that she's comfortable.
     
  9. Syzygys As a mother, I am telling you Valued Senior Member

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    Thanks for the info...

    What is the intensity comparison of them?
    So if we count clitoral as standard and 100% how much are vaginal and blended as intensity goes? I assume this can individually vary...
     
  10. kmguru Staff Member

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    Yes, in certain positions...

    Never asked the female. But I was told that just hugging has produced orgasm.
     
  11. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    that would SUCK!!!! Just imagine all the people you hug. parents, children, friends, etc.
     
  12. kmguru Staff Member

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    No...silly...hugging to a close friend...if you are hot for him....
     
  13. 15ofthe19 35 year old virgin Registered Senior Member

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    So basically I believe there to be FIVE different available orgasms for women. We've discussed all of them in some in this thread, but I wonder if anybody can break them down in the same way?

    Clitoral
    Vaginal
    G-Spot
    Anal
    Nipple

    There is some debate as to whether vaginal and g-spot are one in the same, but I would say based on certain positions, they can't be the same.

    Thoughts?
     
  14. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    I meant painful for the woman.

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    It would require simultaneous stimulation of the g spot (or anything that gets your g spot going) and the clitoris.

    Clitoral orgasms are due to pressure or stimulation of the clitoris. The other orgasms are vaginal. The intensity and duration of vaginal orgasms is also more variable, from gentle swells and a pleasant fuzzy feeling, to a downright post mountain climbing all out exhaustion that completely knocks you out.
     
  15. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    Since they have medication to make erections in men, seems like they would have one to make the woman's g spot swell, making it more likely to be hit during sex.
     
  16. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    And that is why we need more women in science

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    By the way, Orly, are you registered with WIS?
     
  17. madanthonywayne Morning in America Staff Member

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    Of course! I can't see how you'd not notice the head of your penis ramming into something.
    I knew a guy in highschool (A really nerdy guy who had probably never really touched a girl before) who orgasmed during a slow dance at prom! He was dancing with my wife's best friend. Poor guy.
     
  18. kmguru Staff Member

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    One does not have to be a nerdy to have extreme high libido. During high school, I know some girls masturbated in the chemistry lab with the mixing vibrator while the class was going. In India, the buses get so packed that boys get erections while pushed against cute girls. I am sure some of them...
     
  19. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    Clitoral orgasms are more acute. And sometimes not "enough"; ie you can be ready for another one almost immediately

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    Vaginal orgasms are more satisfying regardless of intensity and duration and take time to build up and time to cool down from. Some women can manipulate their vaginal muscles well enough to give themselves vaginal orgasms by "preparing" in advance of intercourse.
     
  20. John99 Banned Banned

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    Gee, never knew there was so much going on down there.
     
  21. madanthonywayne Morning in America Staff Member

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    Well, this guy was an uber-nerd. And there's a big difference between getting an erection with little or no direct stimulation (who hasn't?") and cumming all over your pants when dancing to the point you have to go home and change. I'd call that the ultimate case of premature ejaculation.
     
  22. kmguru Staff Member

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    Definitely so...looks like he had the hots for her....Is the Uber nerd a millionaire now?
     
  23. Fraggle Rocker Staff Member

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    That is just so not difficult if you use your tongue and a finger at the same time.
    That's not what ED medications do. They don't "cause" erections. They just make it possible to have one. An erection is a type of histamic reaction, blood flowing into the blood vessels in the penis, causing the tissue to swell. Any condition that prevents vasodilation can prevent an erection. ED medications like Viagra are in the general family of vasodilators like blood pressure reduction medicine. It loosens the tissue around the capillaries, which in some parts of the body (I don't know if this includes the penis) includes muscles that constrict them, so that the capillaries are free to swell.

    This does not cause the capillaries to swell. The man still needs the usual type of stimulus to cause blood flow to be directed to the penis and if he has psychological hangups or other problems it might still not work. But when the blood finally gets there it will swell and he'll be able to have an erection. One of the effects of ED medication is placebo. The man thinks it's going to work so it breaks down his cycle of anxiety which can feed back and become its own self-fulfilling prophecy. This is a double-whammy: relieving any psychological problem that prevents the redirection of blood to the penis, while at the same time relieving any physiological problem that would prevent it from swelling once the blood arrives.

    Another effect of ED medication occurs because it is not specific to one part of the body. It's a general pro-histamine, if there is such a word, and so it can cause swelling of any sensitive tissue. Men who are prone to clogged sinuses may find that using medication to facilitate an erection requires putting up with respiratory problems.

    So a medication similar to Viagra might have the same effect on a woman. If she has a problem getting her tissue to engorge even when there's blood flow, it might help her. But if the problem is due to psychological or other causes, it won't solve them because it won't redirect the blood flow to the desired area.
     

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