Female sexual function relies on adequate levels of desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, and satisfaction. So why do so many women experience trouble in these areas? We believe the G-spot is key to unraveling this puzzle.
The G-Spot is located just two inches inside the vagina. To find it, place one finger inside the vagina as far as it will go, and then curl your finger up towards your belly button. When you feel this area, do you notice any textures? Is the tissue smooth and mobile, or are there bumps or something that feels like corduroy, a stocking, or hairnet? If the tissue is anything but smooth, it is a sign that adhesions have formed in this area.
When adhesions form over the G-spot, they can desensitize it or pull the delicate tissues of the vagina. This can lead to decreased lubrication, orgasm, and satisfaction. When a woman is not satisfied with her sexual experience or experiences difficulty lubricating, it can later be difficult to desire sex or become aroused.
At CPT, we treat sexual dysfunction and pain by addressing adhesions that form in and around the reproductive tract. Our study, published in Medscape General Medicine, found that after treatment, women experienced increased desire (78%), increased arousal (74%), increased lubrication (70%), increased satisfaction (65%), increased orgasm (56%), and decreased pain (96%).