Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Doctor says he's found the actual G spot - I think this is what he said when his wife found the doc with his hand up another woman's punany

Just follow this simple flowchart.....

Small clusters of erectile tissue deep within the vaginal wall are the trigger for enhancing female orgasm, the physician says. Skeptics say it's not so simple.

Like so many explorers before him, Dr. Adam Ostrzenski has long dreamed of finding a piece of elusive territory with a reputation for near-mythic powers.

Ostrzenski's quarry is the G spot, the long-conjectured trigger for enhancing female orgasm. And in an article published Wednesday by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the semi-retired Florida gynecologist declared that he had found it.

To do so, Ostrzenski conducted a postmortem examination of an 83-year-old woman in Warsaw Medical University's Department of Forensic Medicine. Unlike the United States, which strictly regulates the research use of cadavers, Poland allows the dissection of human remains soon after death, when fine distinctions in tissue remain easy to see.

Inspecting the six distinct layers of tissue that make up a woman's vaginal wall, Ostrzenski said, he uncovered small, grape-like clusters of erectile tissue housed in a sac less than 1 centimeter across — "a deep, deep structure" nestled between the vaginal wall's fifth layer, the endopelvic fascia, and its sixth, the dorsal perineal membrane.

The dissection took seven hours for the Poland-trained physician and anatomist, who said the first principles of medicine — "first you have to establish the anatomy" — prompted him to undertake the study. If confirmed by further investigation, he said, he hopes his finding will help rewrite female anatomy books.

But his study quickly touched off a scientific and political tempest among the small camp of experts in female sexual health.

In some corners, Ostrzenski's study is cause for celebration. To have isolated a unique structure capable of boosting women's orgasmic powers should lay to rest the doubts of those who question its existence, said sexual medicine specialist Dr. Andrew Goldstein, director of the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders in Annapolis, Md.

Others, however, are crying foul. Ostrzenski's report not only fails to support his grand claim of a "new discovery" but falls prey to the all-too-common urge to simplify women's sexuality, said Beverly Whipple, the Rutgers University sexologist who popularized the name "G spot" as coauthor of a 1982 book on the subject.

Laying out a bundle of poorly defined tissues and calling them the G spot likens women's powers of sexual pleasure to the "on-off switch" that better describes men's sexuality, Whipple said. In suggesting he has found and characterized the exact structure that boosts the intensity of orgasm in women, Ostrzenski ignores research that suggests there is no single magical "spot" that does all that, she added.

"No, there is not an 'it'!" she said. "It is not one entity."

Whipple and two of her colleagues have already drafted a critique of the study, which she hopes to publish in a future issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. In the critique, the three fault Ostrzenski for failing to show that the "G spot" he discovered has nerve endings; that it is, as he claims, erectile tissue; or that it has any role to play in female sexual arousal.

Ostrzenski acknowledged that he had not detailed exactly what type of tissue makes up the G spot or how it works its magic, in part because the Polish regulations that govern dissection of fresh cadavers prevented him from taking samples for histological testing, he said. And he said he makes no claim that the G spot he has found will be in the same place, nor that it will have the same powers, for every woman.

"Absolutely, there will be variation," he said.

Dr. Irwin Goldstein, editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, said he's not sure what the fuss is about. Despite its name, the G spot "certainly doesn't have a flag on it, like X-marks-the-spot," he said. The fact that Ostrzenski may have found one of many potential organs of female pleasure does not diminish the discovery, he added.

Some of the backlash may come from Ostrzenski's other professional pursuits, which include performing plastic surgery on women's genitalia — a growing practice that was condemned by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in 2007. Among the services advertised on Ostrzenski's website are "G spotplasty," typically offered as a means to enhance sexual pleasure despite a lack of evidence that it works.

The G spot was first identified in 1950 by the German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg and was long thought to belong to the female urological anatomy. But its powers of pleasure have been attested to as far back as the third century, when an early medical text reported the swelling of the anterior vaginal wall during sexual arousal.

Off and on since then, the precise organ of female orgasm has been hotly debated. Many, including the father of modern psychiatry, Sigmund Freud, asserted that the vaginal walls were strongly implicated. Others, noting the paucity of nerve endings on the surface of the vaginal walls and the comparative density of nerve endings in the female clitoris, countered that the organ of female pleasure was plain for all to see. The fact that women commonly report orgasms with clitoral stimulation — and not so commonly with sexual intercourse — appeared to bolster their case that the clitoris is the G spot.

Still, the existence of at least one distinct G spot inside the vagina has gained growing scientific credence in recent years. In 2004, a team of researchers demonstrated that electrostimulation to the front vaginal wall near the bladder caused swelling that enhanced sexual arousal.

Studies of female sexual anatomy and function have shown that stimulating the area raises a woman's pain threshold — an evident benefit for childbirth — and prompts the release of oxytocin, a hormone associated with enhanced bonding and trust.

Other studies have suggested that there may be many G spots. Brain scans of women in various states of sexual arousal have underscored the fluid nature of female sexuality and the key role of psychological factors in women's sexual pleasure, said Dr. Michael Krychman, director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health in Newport Beach.

Researchers have documented cases of women achieving orgasm with cervical stimulation even after spinal cord injuries that should have left them numb below the waist, and others doing so in the absence of any direct physical stimulation.

Still, Krychman said, Ostrzenski's report offers an important caveat for those who think women's sexual arousal is entirely a mental matter. While the psychological dimensions of women's sexuality dominate the field, the new study recognizes that "women have anatomy issues that contribute to their sexual problems," he said. "There are remedies — physical remedies — that can be brought to bear on those."

Ostrzenski said he planned to head back to Warsaw in May to conduct additional postmortem anatomical studies. This time, he said, he hopes to gain permission to remove and conduct lab studies of tissues he finds in the vaginal wall.

"I have just put my toes into the water," he said.


Tyrone said...

Female Orgasm Ha Ha next You will say the Lochness Monster is Real and elvis is Alive all myth's shaved You should stop promoting these tall tales.

Mark12A said...

Postmortem examination of vaginal structures sounds pretty fucking sick, you ask me. I prefer to examine vaginal structures while they're breathing and hopefully a little drunk.

Anonymous said...

Are you interested in any Richard Branson information?

Anonymous said...

Dude if you need a chart to make your bitch nut send her over here ILL TAKE CARE OF THAT FOR YOU

Anonymous said...

"make your bitch nut"

Anonymous said...

Commander Mummmbles is proof anal sex can cause pregnancy..

Commander Mummmbles is a ball licking incompetent inept COWARD.

Anonymous said...

50 years of personal study of the situation in ante mortem state leads me to believe, if you pound it long and hard, wonderful things happen.

If not for her, oh well, workds for me.

Anonymous said...

Several of my girlfriends have their G-spot between their tonsils and their pharynx.

Anonymous said...

Do you know how a real man tells when a women has an orgasm ??

A real man doesn't care !!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

shaved you know how to tell when your woman is having the deepest orgasm she has ever had in her life?

You see my car in your driveway

Anonymous said...

Commander (BAD) Penny Trahanus had a flow chart like that tattoed on her ass!

Dick Stopanfocker

Anonymous said...

I found a G-spot many times behind Captain's Quarters @ 39th & Western!

Anonymous said...

6:57 PM

Dat be one HUGE flow chart. Half her weight be in her ass.

Harry Seta Testies said...

We are here talkin about pussy and some asshole (for the 100th time) wants to talk about some commander Mummbles. Give a rest you fuckin homo.
Just like the Obama stroke,it was funny at first but now you just look like a crybaby douche.

Anonymous said...

Henny Penny can piss standing up. Just ask her old boy toy.

I Voted For Obama said...

I haven't had a stroke! Besides, Dr. Ostrenzski voted for Obama, then asked him for a towel for his wet toes. V

Anonymous said...

I always thought a G Spot was a thousand dollars.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I always thought a G Spot was a thousand dollars.

April 25, 2012 11:54 PM


Anonymous said...

Shaved, I have it on good authority that the strongest orgasms your woman ever has with you is when you're eating my lovejuice out of her ass as soon as I leave her and you come out of the little darkroom you have set up in your bedroom closet that I'm 'not supposed to know about (wink wink)!'

Anonymous said...

Just slip your index and middle finger up her pussy, point upward, and you'll feel a little shelf on the backside of the bone... It's spongy there... Continue to finger that as you use your thumb to massage her clit... Volia - she's gonna get wiggly!