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6 GREAT FACTS ABOUT YOUR G-SPOT

6 GREAT FACTS ABOUT YOUR G-SPOT

Chances are you haven’t given your cervix much thought. Unlike the labiaclitoris, and vaginal canal, the cervix doesn’t get a lot of love—literally and figuratively speaking. Part of that is due to its location, way at the top of your vaginal canal. You can’t see it and you won’t feel it unless you’re actively trying to. It just sits up there, quietly doing its job, and unless something goes wrong with it, you’re likely to forget that it’s even there.

Many women don’t think about their cervix until they are trying to get pregnant or are pregnant. Once you’re trying to conceive, you’ll hear lots of talk about the state of your cervix—how long it is, how thin it is, if anything is coming out of it.

Cervix is actually doing a lot for you, right this very second. It plays a vital role in protecting your health and helping your reproductive system run as smoothly as possible. It may even help you have a better sex life. But before that,

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IT LOOKS LIKE A TINY, PINK BUTTON—WITH A DIMPLE

Despite the fact that the speculum they use to reach your cervix during your annual gyno exam seems huge, the cervix itself is actually pretty small. On average it measures three to five centimeters thick and two to three centimeters across. If you were to look at the visible part of the cervix (the part that sticks out into the vagina), it would look smooth and pink with a little dimple in the middle. The color, shape, and discharge that comes out can change, depending on where you are in your menstrual cycle.

IT IS THE GATEWAY BETWEEN YOUR VAGINA AND UTERUS

Technically, the cervix is the lower third of the uterus and is considered to be the neck of the uterus, connecting the uterus to the vaginal canal. If you stick your fingers up inside your vagina (like, all the way up) you can feel the part of your cervix that protrudes into your vagina. It should feel smooth and firm—similar to the end of your nose—and depending on the time of the month, may have a lot of mucous.

CERVICAL ORGASM BRINGS DIFFERENT KINDS OF PLEASURE

Foreplay helps to lubricate the vagina and cervix releases excretions during sex . During orgasm, the cervix contracts. The cervix itself doesn’t have any nerve endings. What feels like cervical stimulation is a feeling of fullness and often a bit of cervical cramping during intercourse.

Cramping may not sound particularly awesome, but as with many unusual forms of pleasure, this can feel good to some women. A feeling of fullness can be hot AF, and when your vaginal canal is penetrated in total, the penis or dildo will hit the cervix.

HOW TO ACHIEVE A CERVICAL ORGASM

Considering that your cervix is tucked away and will rarely have had much contact, initially it can be painful and it will take a bit of time to get used to the sensation. The point of your menstrual cycle will also affect how it feels—your cervix is super sensitive before menstruation, so try attempting it during ovulation (your peak arousal time).

However, after a bit of practice it can pave the way for some of the best orgasms of your life. The trick is to bring yourself close to orgasm, and ditch shallow strokes for deeper, cervix stimulation. It will feel different to a clitoral orgasm; rather than a gradual build up of intensity, it is described as a wave of peaks one after the other.

YOU CAN BRUISE IT DURING SEX

Bigger is not always better when it comes to penis size. Depending on both partners’ anatomy, deep thrusting during penis-in-vagina sex may cause the penis to bump into your cervix.

This is one of those things that you probably can’t understand unless it happens to you—and if it does, you’ll know. A little tap will likely just feel like a sharp poke, but repeated thrusting into your cervix can be incredibly painful and can cause bruising or even tearing of your cervical tissue.

If you feel pain deep inside you after having sex, make an appointment to see your doctor who can help you deal with the pain and suggest ways to prevent it from happening again.

IT CAN GET DAMAGED

Your cervix provides a vital service to your overall health and you want to make sure you’re taking care of it by avoiding things that can hurt it. Sexually-transmitted infections are the most common cause of damage to the cervix. But certain surgeries, a traumatic event during childbirth, and radiation cancer treatments can also cause scarring and dysfunction.

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