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Date last updated: April 11, 2017
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फिमेल सेक्सओलॉजिस्ट डॉक्टर हेतल गोसालिया Dr. Hetal Gosalia
क्लाइटोरिस Clitoris भग-शिश्न
स्त्री कामोत्तेजना का केंद्र क्लाइटोरिस है।
योनिशिश्निका (Clitoris) ; प्रघाण (Vestibule) ; वाह्य मूत्रमार्ग छिद्र (external urethral orifice) ; योनिछिद्र (vaginal orifice)
The glans (head) of the human clitoris is roughly the size and shape of a pea, and is estimated to have more than 8,000 sensory nerve endings, twice as many as the human penis. External visible part is “pea” sized glans with clitoris hood above and frenulum below. Internal clitoris is hidden. The crux (cruri) of the clitoris, vestibular bulbs form the inner hidden part that is 4 inches. Clitoris – original Greek- means “key”. Samadhan Health Studio Top Female Sexologist Dr. Hetal Gosalia Senior Sexual Health Consultant Dr. Ashok Koparday
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Most women do not orgasm by vaginal sexual intercourse. Instead of spending money, time and energy in treatment of Premature Ejaculation remember to stroke female clitoris for giving maximum pleasure to woman.
केवल स्त्री सम्भोग से स्त्री का पूर्ण समाधान नहीं होता। आप को शिग्रपतन हो या लिंग में तनाव कम हो फिर भी आप स्त्री को पूर्ण संतोष / तृप्ति दे सकते हो यदि आप क्लिटॉरिस (भग-शिश्न) को घर्षण से उत्तेजित करें।
सुप्रसिद्ध सेक्सओलॉजिस्ट डॉक्टर अशोक कोपर्डे समाधान हेअल्थ स्टुडिओ Dr. Ashok Koparday
Anatomy of pleasure organ: Clitoris.
This is the best known of the female genital hot spots, located at the top of the vulva, where the inner labia join at their upper ends. The visible part is the small, nipple-sized, female equivalent of the tip of the male penis, and is partially covered by a protective hood.
Shaft of clitoris
Crux of vestibule of clitoris spread out as two cruri on either side.
Greater vestibular gland of clitoris spread out as two glands on either side of vagina.
The G spot is supposed to closely associated to the clitoris.
Essentially it is a bundle of 8000 nerve fibres, making it the most sensitive spot on the entire female body.
It is purely sexual in function (not reproductive or urinary function) and becomes enlarged (longer, more swollen, more erect) and even more sensitive during copulation. During foreplay it is often stimulated directly by touch, and
many women who do not easily reach orgasm purely from vaginal stimulation find it easier to climax from oral, digital, or mechanical stimulation of the clitoris.
ANATOMY OF CLITORIS
An Australian surgeon recently reported that the clitoris is larger than previously thought, much of it being hidden beneath the surface. The part that is visible is simply its tip, the rest of its length – its shaft – lying beneath the surface and extending down to surround the vaginal opening. This means that, during pelvic thrusting, its concealed part will be massaged vigorously by the movements of the inserted penis. There will therefore always be some degree of clitoral stimulation, even when the tip is not touched directly. The clitoral shaft is, however, less sensitive than the exposed tip, so that direct contact with the tip will always have a greater impact on female arousal. Some women claim that, by employing a rhythmic, downward roll of the pelvis, they can create a direct friction on the clitoris tip while the male is making pelvic thrusts, and can in this way magnify their arousal, but this requires a more dominant role for the female, which is not always accepted by the male.
Dr. (Mr.) Ashok Koparday
M.B.B.S., F.C.S.E.P. (International)
Accreditation: M.M.C. of India
Ex. Teaching Faculty
Seth G. S. Medical College
King Edward Memorial
K. E. M. Hospital
Grant Medical College
Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals ,
University of Mumbai
Consultant in Psycho-Sexual Medicine &
Member: Indian Medical Association
Fellow: Council of Sex Education & Parenthood (International)
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Date published: April 11, 2017
Date created: 2017