After what really seems like hundreds of years of debating and searching, Dr. Adam Ostrzenski say he has photographic proof that the G-spot does indeed exist! Dr. Ostrzenski’s finding are based on a dissection of a recently deceased 83-year-old woman.
The G-spot got its name in the 1980s when the concept that an erogenous zone existed in Women and, when stimulated it could lead to powerful orgasms. It was initially named after Ernst Gräfenberg, a German physician, who wrote about its existence in the 1950s. But, this topic and idea has since been widely debated and often dismissed due to no real road map existing in regards where it is, if at is anywhere at all.
However, the findings that The Journal of Sexual Medicine reported reveal that Ostrezenski found a cluster of erectile tissue deep in the front vaginal wall that, are very similar to what can be found in the male penis. The reason that is has not been found before is because this was a deep surgery. The doctor noted that, “In previous literature, it has been documented that stimulating the front vaginal wall causes it to swell…So it was clear that I had to dissect the anterior vaginal wall layer by layer to potentially uncover the G-spot’s location.”