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Finding Your G-Spot With E-Stim
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What exactly is the G-spot? The theories abound. Is it an extension of the clitoris? Or possibly part of the bladder? Or maybe it's the female equivalent of the male's prostate gland. Any woman who has ever experienced a turned-on g-spot knows one thing for sure: it's a pea-sized catalyst for incredible sexual pleasure!
If you have yet to enjoy g-spot stimulation, you're not alone. The majority of women are not g-spot aware. Unlike the clitoris, which is readily available for stimulation, the G-spot is buried in the front vaginal wall and it may require firm manual stimulation to wake it up.
Thirty percent of women declare their orgasm to originate in the vagina. One theory behind the trigger for a vaginal orgasm involves the degree to which the G-spot protrudes through the vaginal wall. The more prominent the G-spot, the more likely it is that vaginal stimulation will result in orgasm. Obviously, seventy percent of women have a G-spot that's Missing In Action!
Finding the G-spot is replete with the same problems that males may have when finding their prostate. There is no fixed insertion depth that works for every woman. The location of the G-spot varies, with an insertion depth ranging from two to four inches. Additionally, there's the variance in prominence: some women can feel a bump while others must palpate a smooth front vaginal wall hoping to feel the bump beneath the surface. To make matters worse, if the G-spot is high, it might even be a challenge to put your finger on it!
E-stim makes finding the G-spot easy! We offer two electrodes that are particularly well-suited for the job. Both our CurrentPrelude and CurrentTripole have the length you need to assure good positioning on the G-spot. With either of these electrodes, start your search with minimal insertion. Wait a few minutes and let your body inform you when you are on the G-spot. If the first position is not the spot, increase the insertion depth by about a half-inch and try again. Keep trying until you meet with success.
Once your body has acquired a G-spot education, your second session will be much easier. All that's left is to relax and enjoy. Who knows? You could be on the verge of your first vaginal orgasm!
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