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G Spot in Women: Location, How Many, Best Sex Positions, Orgasm

Also known as the Gräfenberg spot, the G spot introduced by Dr. Beverly Whipple was part of the body one can sexually stimulate during masturbation or sex. It is sexually sensitive and may become swollen when women get aroused, making it bumpy or raised.


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G Spot in Women: Location, How Many, Best Sex Positions, Orgasm

G spot in women

A G spot among women is an erogenous zone meant for sexual stimulation.

How Does G-Spot Look Like?

Located just around an inch inside the vaginal opening, the G spot may look like a patch of flesh the size of a tiny coin. Despite the name, the G-spot is not necessarily a spot. It is an erogenous zone inside your vagina.

What is a G spot?

Also known as the Gräfenberg spot, the G spot introduced by Dr. Beverly Whipple was part of the body one can sexually stimulate during masturbation or sex. It is sexually sensitive and may become swollen when women get aroused, making it bumpy or raised.

Is G spot real?

Yes, it is real. However, the G spot is more a part of your clitoris than a separate part of the female body. When you are stimulating your G spot, you are truly stimulating part of your clitoris.

How many G spots does a woman have?

The G spot is just one. However, a G spot is also characterized as an erogenous zone, and women have multiple ones. Different women have different erogenous zones that could include but are not limited to the breasts, inner thighs, neck, and feet.

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Where is a woman’s G spot?

Where is the G spot? Experts believe that a women’s G-spot is about 2-3 cm inside the vagina. Some women feel it as a bumpy area on touching, while others may find it challenging to locate.

As the anatomy of the vagina and other reproductive organs is different for all women, the G spot may be difficult to locate and may need some trial and error.

Best Sex Positions for G-Spot

Research revealed only about 18% of women achieve orgasms through penetration alone. Hence, it is pretty likely you will need assistance to achieve orgasm. It is best to learn how to use a vibrator in such situations or try the best sex positions for female orgasm.

It may be possible to stimulate your G-spot during sexual intercourse. G-spot positions that allow you to control your movements may help. The best sex positions to hit the G-spot offer deeper penetration or stimulation.

You can try various positions to see what works the best for you. Here are some G spot sex positions that might help:


  • Doggy style: It makes it easy to achieve deeper penetration, and thus one of the positions to hit the G-spot.
  • Cowgirl: You are in complete control of the depth, rhythm, and angle of penetration, making it easier to locate the spot.
  • Closed missionary: It offers excellent stimulation without the need for deeper penetration.

Best G-Spot Vibrators, Dildos, Sex Toys & More

Best sex toys, including dildos and vibrators with a natural curve, can reach the G spot easily. Modern sex toys can pulse and vibrate at a range of speeds. They can also bend to reach your G spot to offer pleasurable sensations and even orgasm. (More on this in the FAQs)

How to Have a G-Spot Orgasm?

Are you wondering how to hit the G-spot?

This super-pleasurable zone is a concentration of nerve terminals that start from the inner part of the clitoris.

This zone has erectile tissue with a large number of blood vessels. When aroused, the part gets engorged due to blood, making the G-spot puffier and easier to stimulate and find.

So, the first step in getting a G-spot orgasm is sexual arousal. The rest of the steps involve locating the G-spot (mentioned in the FAQ section)

Stimulation of the G-spot using your finger, a sex toy, or with the help of your partner usually results in an orgasm.

FAQs

How to Find your G Spot?

While finding a G-spot can be difficult, it is not impossible. You can find it during a partnered sexual activity, but self-exploration makes it easier for you to locate it. Here are some steps that may help:

  • Relax as you start exploring, and make sure you are in the mood.
  • Start massaging the vaginal opening before inserting your fingers or a sex toy.
  • Now, lift it upwards toward your belly button with a “come hither” motion.
  • Explore the area to find a zone that feels different from the rest.
  • Repeat the movement to build the sensation and focus on the region that feels different or most pleasurable.

Which is the best G-Spot vibrator?

Vibrators come in different shapes, sizes, and materials. A classic vaginal vibrator with a curved tip is the best choice for a beginner.

Other vibrator options include clitoral, bullet, vaginal, and a combination of all known as a rabbit vibrator.

Most G-spot vibrators have a curved and bulbous head that aids in stimulating your G spot. You can also opt for a ribbed design for enhanced stimulation.

These vibrators are best to be used alone or with a partner and work better with lube.

Which is the best position for the G-spot?

Some of the best positions to hit the G-spot are those where you control movements or offer deeper penetration, such as cowgirl, doggy, and closed missionary positions.

How deep is the G-spot?

Studies have shown that G-spot is a well-delineated sac with a wall made up of fibroconnective tissues, resembling erectile tissues.

According to the study, the likely dimensions of a G spot are:

  • 8.1 mm (L) × 3.6-1.5 mm (W) × 0.4 mm (H)
  • It is divided into three parts.
  • The head is 3.4 mm (L) ×  3.6 mm (W)
  • The middle part is 3.1 mm (L) ×  3.3 mm (W)
  • The tail part 3.3 mm (L) ×  3.0 mm (W)

Also, like all other body parts, G-spot location and dimensions can vary from woman to woman.

Also read: How to confirm whether sperm went inside?

What is G Spot Massage?

Stimulating the G-spot with fingers, penis, and sex toys is also known as massage.

Experimenting with your body is always a great thing. However, if something goes wrong while you’re experimenting, please do not hesitate to visit a sexologist near you.

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