Is the G-Spot a body part? That depends on who you ask.
The female pleasure zone, was named after German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg, who discovered it in 1950. But, researchers still claim there is no conclusive evidence it exists.
However, a U.S. doctor says he has located the G-Spot in the front wall of the vagina, under five layers of muscle, in the shape of a grape. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski completed his research on an 83-year-old cadaver in Poland. The study was published last week in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Surveys by the Journal of Sexual Medicine have found that a majority of women believe a G-Spot exists, although not all the women who believed in it could locate it.
Women who want to increase their sexual pleasure can get a “G-Spot amplification.” The procedure has not been approved by the American Medical Association.