From a medical perspective, “the G-Spot is a plexus (or a collection) of nerves and blood vessels in the mid and upper or anterior wall of the vagina,” says Adeeti Gupta MD, FACOG, Gynecologist and Sex Therapy expert.

Posted by on Aug 2, 2016 in Blog, Tip of the week

As featured in the Andrea Blair’s blog on monthlygift.com, Dr. Gupta talks about the G-spot.

From a medical perspective, “the G-Spot is a plexus (or a collection) of nerves and blood vessels in the mid and upper or anterior wall of the vagina,” says Adeeti Gupta MD, FACOG, Gynecologist and Sex Therapy expert.

A ‘plexus’ might not sound very sexy or exciting but a collection of nerves and blood vessels means sensitivity and increased sensitivity leads to opportunity for heightened arousal because this collection “provides blood flow to the vaginal and clitoral area in times of need like during orgasm, labor and after delivery,” adds Dr. Gupta.

According to Dr. Gupta, it’s a common misconception that you need to (or even can) reinforce or ‘enhance’ the G-Spot. “Even if you try to make it thicker with artificial injections, you cannot make it more sensitive to touch to help with arousal,” she adds, “ It’s a myth. The nerve plexus is situated too deep.”

Dr. Gupta adds that elective surgery and/or injections like these can sometimes even cause more harm than good by scarring the tissue and resulting in less pleasurable and even painful sex. “

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