Sexual Satisfaction: Diaphragm Versus Cervical Cap
This is the first report of an ongoing study carried out jointly by a clinical psychotherapist and a gynecologist investigating an erotogenic zone, the so-called Grafenberg spot (G-spot) in the anterior wall along the urethra, its occurrence, and its frequency. There is still uncertainty about the existence, or nonexistence, of the G-spot today, more than 40 years after the original publication on the subject.
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