Revealing the myth: Is the G-Spot real?
Posted by Diego on January 21st, 2016
The G-spot or the Grafenberg spot is considered to be that part in your vagina which when stimulated may cause powerful sexual arousal, orgasms and ejaculation. There has always been a debate about its presence and location. According to most estimates, it is located 2 to 3 inches in the front of the vaginal wall. In fact, it is now possible to undergo g spot magnification in New York to have your Grafenberg spot enlarged for an enhanced sexual life.
New Scientific Evidence Supports G-Spot
According to scientists, the precise location of the G-spot has been found. Researchers recently studied the body of an 83-year-old lady after her death. They found a tiny formation within a sac-like tissue. After removing the tissue, the scientists found that it extended a lot in terms of size. It was found that it had erectile tissue that caused the vast extension.
The study was conducted at the Institute of Gynecology, St. Petersburg Florida. The researchers are certain that this never-before found tissue was nothing else but the G-spot.
In many of these studies, scientists examined the tissue under microscope. In some cases, they found that there were higher numbers of nerve endings in specific areas.
G Spot Magnification Procedure
We at Dr. Sorkin provide g spot magnification in New York to help you enjoy a more gratifying sexual life. The procedure is painless and is performed in our clinic under local anesthesia. In fact, the entire procedure takes between 10 to 15 minutes and you can go home an hour after the procedure and don't have to spend more than a day on it.
The procedure helps in augmenting the G-spot. The results usually vary from one woman to another but, according to current studies, almost 9 out of 10 women experience significant response. G spot magnification in New York helps in enhancing the overall sexual enjoyment levels in women who experience G-spot orgasms.
If you are planning to undergo a g spot magnification procedure, it is recommended to consult a gynecologist who could brief you about the complete process and benefits along with all the risks and possible side effects as well. So don’t hesitate to contact a trusted and experienced gynecologist to get all the information you need before considering getting this procedure done. The more informed you are, the better it will be to make a good decision without compromising your health or even hurt your body.
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