G-Spot Is Old News: 'O-Spot' Stimulation Leads To More Female Arousal; How To Find It
Men and women alike remain curious about the existence of one of the most legendary erogenous zones in the female body, the G-spot. Despite the wealth of literature on sexual practices surrounding the holy grail of female sexual pleasure, there may be a new powerhouse for female arousal located in the vagina, just behind the cervix. On a recent episode of Conan, Dr. Jennifer Berman, a sexual health expert, urologist, and female sexual medicine specialist, explains how to find the O-spot, and how to stimulate it for just the right amount of pleasure.
The O-spot is "further in [the vagina] and behind the cervix," says Berman in the video to Conan O’Brien, Kevin Nealon, and Andy Richter on the show. “It’s kind of far back there.” Berman recommends using your longer fingers so they can enter the vagina, so you can “stimulate that area with your hand, or with your lower genital part.”
It is very important the woman is aroused in this process. The sexpert suggests some stimulation with the hand, an erotic toy, or with the penis. "You can't just reach this area by diving in,” Berman says.
Dr. Charles Runels, inventor of the O-shot procedure, believes in the existence of the O-spot, not the G-spot. The treatment boosts both libido and sexual satisfaction, according to Runels, after blood is drawn from the arm, the platelets are separated from it, and then injected into the area near the clitoris, and just inside the vagina. The procedure takes about 10 minutes.
Whether you believe in the G-spot, the O-spot, or the O-Shot, it’s best to know what stimulates your partner to cater to their specific sexual needs.
Sex Position: The O-Spot
10 percent of women have never reached the blissful peak of an orgasm. If you’re part of that unfortunate few, we hope to change that. While we cannot guarantee one position will have you screaming and moaning, but we can offer some guidance as to some possible reasons for why you incessantly fail to reach your peak. For example, women with vaginal insensitivity, i.e., clitoris and G-spot numbness, cannot experience sensation. While women with health issues, tipped uteruses, vaginal odor or discharge, too seem vexed by the inability to orgasm.
And if none of these conditions or health woes describe you, then maybe it is the technique. So if you’re yearning to orgasm, remember, X marks the spot, but O marks the orgasm.
The O-spot positions a man on his back with his feet stretched out. Ladies, face your man and stretch your feet out. Once in position, ladies, recline back. By reclining, a woman improves the tightness of her muscles and allows herself to thrust forward. Each forward thrust stimulates the clitoris, increasing a woman’s chances of having an orgasm.
Why She’ll Love It:
Females, you’ll do most of the work from this position, but your man won’t be lying there like a dead fish. No, your man will be charged with caressing your breast, buttocks and clitoris. As you're thrusting forward, he too should be massaging your clitoris for an even higher sense of stimulation. Just be sure to keep those legs as close together as possible, ladies. The closer your legs are, the higher the tightness factor.
Why He’ll Love It:
You’ve missed her tight form. You too have missed hearing her have an orgasm. Sure, she’s faked it a few times to keep you content, but you know. Your knowing spurs resentment and frustration. So now, it’s time to allay that anger and to recapture your abilities. While she’s thrusting, you’ll love the visual stimulation of playing with her clitoris.
About this Position
Sex Position Number: 6
Pleasure for Him: Low
Pleasure for Her: High
Not Suitable For: Men with premature ejaculation issues.
Other Positions You May Like: Passengers Welcome
Ideal Penis Size: 3 inches+
Stamina Required: Low
Flexibility Required: Medium
Would YOU have the 'O-Shot' to boost your sex life? Injection of blood to intimate area 'boosts sensitivity'
- The O-spot is the area near the clitoris and just inside the vagina
- The O-Shot injects a woman's own cells called platelets, found in blood
- These stimulate growth of new cells in gential area, making it more sensitive
- 'The most common thing I hear is "wow, what an orgasm",' says doctor
The quest for female Viagra is never-ending, with women the world over complaining they are unsatisfied between the sheets.
Now, the latest solution is the O-Shot.
Samuel Wood, an endocrinologist and stem cell scientist, says the treatment boosts both libido and sexual satisfaction.
The O-Shot involves drawing blood and then separating out the platelets from it.
These are then injected into an area near the clitoris and just inside the vagina - dubbed the O-Spot - and stimulates the growth of new cells in this area, making it more sensitive.
The idea for the treatment came from the Vampire Facelift, developed by O-Shot founder Charles Runels.
This basically involves injecting blood (which also contains growth factors) into the face.
When these growth factors enter the face, stem cells become activated to grow new tissue.
This new tissue includes new collagen, new fatty tissue (for smoothness), and new blood vessels (for a healthy glow).
The same principle applies with the O-Shot, which aims to 'plump the clitoris' and make the vaginal area more sensitive.
Dr Wood told ABC News: 'The most common thing I hear is "wow, what an orgasm".'
And on his appearance on the Doctors TV channel he explained: 'We don't think the G-spot exists and if it does, it's not a specific physical structure.
'The O-spot is much closer to the opening of the vagina - that is what we want to enhance [with this treatment].'
He added that many women - especially those who are older and/or who have had children - find their clitoral sensitively is reduced - 'sometimes tremendously'.
During the procedure, one tube of blood is drawn and then placed into a centrifuge to separate the plasma from the liquid component.
Around 1cc of platelet-rich plasma is then injected directly under the clitoris and a further 4cc in the upper vaginal area - between the top of the vagina and the urethra.
Dr Wood says that the growth factors begin to work 'literally seconds' after being injected into the genital area - first plumping the area physically with the solution but also on a more long-term basis as the growth factors kick in.
He told the TV show Good Morning America that of around 80 women who have been treated so far, around 85 per cent have responded well to the procedure.
He added that 'patients 14 months on are still reporting an outstanding response'.
The O-shot, which costs around $1,500 - is currently undergoing clinical trials.
In a press statement, Dr Wood added: 'The most important factor in the success of this procedure is the correct placement of the injections. When these same growth factors were injected into the putative "G-Spot", we saw minimal or no improvement in sexual function.
'But when injected into an area distinct from the traditionally defined G-Spot [i.e. the O-Spot], the response has been surprising, robust and consistent.'
Dr Wood is the director of Reproductive Sciences Centre and the Scientific Director at La Jolla Centre for Sexual Health.