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G-Spot Stimulation Question

I have discovered recently how much I enjoy having my g-spot stimulated. I find it to be very intense and very pleasurable. Sometimes, my partner will stimulate me there for long periods of time. I've noticed sometimes that afterwards, I will be have some rather strong discomfort in that area, especially when I urinate. I will jump a bit as my urine begins to flow, and I feel very tender inside.

Normally, this passes within a day. Is this something that generally occurs with extended g-spot stimulation?


G-Spot Stimulation Answers


Well first off I would like to say congratulations on finding your G-Spot. So many women out there have become so frustrated with trying to find it with no results that they have given up on it completely, so again congratulations! Now, I think your problem is the long period of time you said you are stimulated. As you are already well aware the G-Spot responds to pressure applied to it, not just by touch. So with long periods of time being stimulated with fairly intense pressure to the area, I feel you have simply tenderized that area. Also, because the bladder is so close to the pressure applied, I also feel that is your problem with urination.

If you are experiencing pain in the urethral area and if pain continues for 7 to 10 days, you need to see your health care provider. My first thought on that issue would be Vulvodynia (Vulvar pain) or Interstitial Cystitis, or even a urinary tract infection... this is not a diagnosis, but simply a few terms you might hear from your provider.

Thank you very much for your question, and good luck!

Hope that helps!












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