Florida Doctor Discovers Precise Location of G Spot in 83-Year-Old Cadaver
"How the vaginal wall has been constructed by nature, it is not a simple structure," Ostrzenski tells New Times. "It has six different layers."
The G-spot is depicted as bluish grape-like compositions that was located between the superior dorsal perineal membrane and the inferior pubocervical fascia and grossly resembles the cavernous tissue, which creates a 35° angle with the lateral urethra. The rope-like structure emerges from the tail that disappears into the adjacent tissue. The low pole is 3 mm and the upper pole is 15 mm aside from the urethra. The G-spot's housing was illustrated that looked grossly a lot like the fibrotic-connective tissues.
The G-spot is not "small flaccid balloon-like masses on either side of the urethra" as previously stated. It is a well-defined and uniform structure within a sack and the G-spot appeared to be erectile tissue without any palpable gland within the tissues.
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