New findings and concepts about the G-spot in normal and absent vagina: precautions possibly needed for preservation of the G-spot and sexuality during surgery

Thabet, S.M.A.

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research 39(8): 1339-1346


ISSN/ISBN: 1447-0756
PMID: 23800016
DOI: 10.1111/jog.12067
Document Number: 411049
The aim of this study was to extend the clinicohistological study to involve the whole normal and absent vagina for confirming the presence of the G-spot and its relation to the surrounding organs and sexuality and to identify certain precautions for its preservation during surgery. This study was a descriptive randomized prospective study conducted at Kasr El Aini School of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt. The G-spot was examined in 1500 women, 500 of them having vaginal and vulval surgery done for gynecological reasons. The G-spot was examined for its clinical and histological features and for determining the effect of surgery on its state and function. The G-spot was found to be present in all women. It was a localized spot in 58% and diffuse in 42% of cases. Associated ejaculation was reported in all cases of the localized type and in 24.5% of the diffuse types. Clinical examination was found to be associated with certain local response in 52.7% of the local types. The G-spot was also found to be connected to the hymen in 100%, the urethra in 52.7%, the vulva in 82.2% and the cervix in 10.8% of cases. The mean of the sex scores and sexuality were significantly decreased in surgery involving the G-spot area. Recorded figures were 93.6 ± 3.4 and 88.2 ± 3.3 before and after surgery, respectively. The corresponding figures in the cases having a general spot were 86.4 ± 4.4 and 84.5 ± 2.4, respectively. The G-spot was found in cases of absent vagina to be localized in 59%, generalized in 28.2% and absent in 12.8% of cases. The G-spot is actually present in all women. It is originally related to the lower urinary tract and it is connected to different parts of the genital tract. It may be localized or generalized. Its integrity is essential for obtaining normal physiological sexuality. Surgery may affect the integrity of the G-spot, so surgical precautions must be carried out to maintain the integrity of this spot and the patient's sexuality.

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