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No G-spot? Italian doctors find 'new' area of pleasure for women

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Published Aug 27, 2014, 7:04 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 9:07 am IST
The newly-defined area is more complex than just one spot
This picture is used for representation purpose only. Photo: visualphotos.com
 This picture is used for representation purpose only. Photo: visualphotos.com

Mumbai: Italian doctors have defined a ‘new’ area of pleasure for women as new research reveals the G-spot did not exist, according to the Daily Mail.

In medical terms, the doctors described it as an ‘intimate’ area that creates increased sexual pleasure. The area that creates increased sexual pleasure is bigger than one spot.

 

The newly-defined area is more complex than just one spot which includes the clitoris, vagina and uterus - the 'clitourethrovaginal (CUV) complex'.

The report stated, “It is more complex than one spot, however, and includes the clitoris, vagina and urethra - described as 'highly dynamic and sensitive structures' by the authors of the new report.”

In article published in August’s Nature Reviews Urology, the authors say, “ what brings a woman heightened sexual pleasure is much more complex than just one area and includes the complete reproductive system, including the uterus and clitoris.”

The findings were reported in the journal Nature Reviews Urology.

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