Promotional Idea for Fertility Clinics: Find My G Spot

February 20, 2008 at 11:41 pm 3 comments

According to a BBC article, women can now rely on science to help them find out whether they have a G spot. Apparently it all has to do with tissue thickness between the vagina and uretha:

In the nine women who reported being able to achieve vaginal orgasm, the tissues between the vagina and the urethra – which carries urine out of the body – were on average thicker than in the 11 women who could not reach orgasm this way.”

So I bet your wondering how this relates to infertility, which is what I usually write about. Well, as a woman who has gone through many cycles at a fertility clinic I have had umpteen internal ultrasounds done over the last year. I think it would be an excellent customer appreciation idea if clinics took an extra few minutes while the magic wand was up the wazoo and located the much sought after G spot…or at least determined if indeed the spot exists.

The article indicates it would be a fairly straightforward task so why not offer it up as a little extra bonus for those who wanted it.  Of course it might be a tough decision to find out if you actually have one or not. But it could add a little fun for those of us struggling with infertility and the repercussions it has on our sex life.

I’m pretty sure I’d go for it. How about you?

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. hlbg  |  February 21, 2008 at 2:55 am

    I’d go for it too!!

  • 2. preconceivednotions  |  February 21, 2008 at 7:55 am

    Heck YEAH! I know i’ve got one. Just like I havea cervix. Be nice to know EXACTLY where it IS. Smiles. Real nice as a matter of fact! Should be thrown in for good measure anyway.

  • 3. Paul  |  February 27, 2008 at 2:26 am

    Very funny from an industry that takes the fun out of baby-making. Posting this on my blog with referral to you.
    Best, Paul

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