G-spot replaced by much larger, pleasurable area

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It has been said that the G-Spot may be non-existent, however a much larger area could be responsible for the pleasure women experience.

According to Italian doctors, the CUV region is what allows a woman to reach orgasm. This is a part of the body which includes the vagina, uterus and clitoris, which they are formally calling the ‘clitourethrovaginal complex’ or CUV.

A professor of endocrinology and sexology at Tor Vergata University in Rome, Emmanuele A. Jannini, said this particular area is more multifaceted and variable than the area which first gained popularity during 1950, known as the G-spot.

Jannini said that they are aware that there is a more complex point than a simple, phantasmagoric one. He hopes that this study will ‘hopefully forever’ bring an end to the constant talk about exactly where this mystical G-spot is located.

The study done by Jannini comes after comments by a stem cell scientist, endocrinologist and scientific director at La Jolla Centre for Sexual Health, California, Dr Samuel Wood. He said that they do not believe that the G-spot exists and if it does, it is not a physical structure. He vouches that there is the existence of an O-spot in females, which is slightly inside the vagina, close to the clitoris.

Dr Samuel Wood, who is the creator of the Vampire Facelift stem cell treatment, has created the O-Shot, which is an injection that boosts libido and increases female satisfaction by sensitising the vaginal area.

Image Credit: Maria Georgieva

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