Many scientists argue that the site called point G, helps a woman to achieve orgasm.The theory, of course, looks attractive, but the debate about its existence does not cease.Among physicians there is hardly many who accurately answer the question, what's the point G and whether it really is.
- in most standard textbooks on gynecology no mention of point G
- The manuals on anatomy for medical students the G-spot is not defined
- There is no evidence that any surgeon saw her during operations
- to point Gstill has not been found at autopsy
On the other hand, the existence of the G-spot tells a personal experience of many women.In particular, many of them claim that the stimulation of this area to help them achieve orgasm - and sometimes unusually strong orgasm.So, probably at the point where it is suspected point G, at least it is concentrated many nerve endings, which make this portion so sensitive.
1944: opening Grefenberga
In 1944, the German gynecologist Ernst Grefenberg discovered
important fact - the urethra adjacent to the front wall of the vagina.Therefore, when the pressure on the anterior wall of the vagina and create a pressure on the urethra.
Grefenberg doctor said that if the stimulation of the front wall of 4-6 cm from the entrance to the vagina adjacent tissues swell, she feels a strong arousal and orgasm.He also linked this erogenous zone with the phenomenon of female ejaculation.
In 1950, few paid attention to the opening of Dr. Grefenberga.Over the next thirty years, his name was known only in the medical environment - as the creator of an intrauterine device IUD - how to avoid complications? , rather than the discoverer of the "point of pleasure."
1981: point receives the name
Opening Dr. Grefenberga attracted attention in 1981, after Dr. Addiego colleagues published an article in the scientific journal devoted to the problem of female ejaculation female ejaculation - mysteriousnature .
This article was based on the testimony of just one woman - she said she feels "a deeper orgasm" with the stimulation of the anterior vaginal wall.The authors named this section G-spot after Grefenberga.
1982: the beginning of the phenomenon
In 1982, American scientists Ladas, Whipple and Perry published a book, which became a bestseller - "G-spot and other discoveries in the field of human sexuality."Following a host of publications, distributed among millions of people the idea that every woman can achieve orgasm - just need to find the magic point.
1983-2007: a modern gynecologic myth?
In the eighties and nineties, many scientists have been trying to locate the point G. The research results were more or less convincing - primarily because of the technical possibilities for the study of female reproductive organs at the time were still very limited.This led to the fact that in 2001 one of the most authoritative scientific journals in the United States called the point G «modern gynecological myth."
2008: Ultrasound breakthrough
In March 2008, the G-spot once again hit the headlines of the world media after a group of Italian researchers announced the results of the ultrasound scan of twenty women.About half of them between the wall of the vagina, and it was found utetroy seal tissue.Moreover, among women who have discovered this seal was more than those who had a vaginal orgasm (ie, orgasm, which comes only from the stimulation of the vagina, with no direct stimulation of the clitoris).
These rather questionable data were interpreted by many as a new discovery points G.