I’m Susan Bratton and I am thrilled to be with Dr. Charles Runels. We have been talking about clitoral erections, the clitoral structure, its parts and how they fit into your body. What’s more fascinating, than how we’re built, is unfortunately that it’s only recently been talked about. For a long time the clitoris wasn’t even drawn into Grey’s Anatomy, and I think it was thought about like the vagina, this simple little receptacle for sperm to make babies, but it’s really intricately made and beautiful.
Think of the clitoris like a little penis that’s been unzipped and it drapes on either side of the vagina. I need to click a bit and it becomes engorged just like the penis. It’s the glans which is the part that we see sticking out of the hood, then there’s the shaft, the crura, the legs that drape down and the two little punching bags are analogous to the underside of a man’s penis or the corpus spongiosum through which the urethra goes that drapes down on either side of the vaginal wall on the inside of the corpus cavernosa. The hard direct part and the soft underside with the urethra is draped along the inside of the head, which would be like the head of a man’s penis, pokes out under the hood of the vaginal clitoris. The shaft splits and goes down on either side of the vagina.
What’s the G-spot and how does it work? How does that all fit in together?
There’s been a lot of speculation and research about different kinds of orgasms and they’re always different, but whether it’s vaginal or clitoral, it’s really hard to stimulate the vagina without stimulating the clitoris. I don’t really get tangled up in that debate but think of it as an intricate mechanism where you have the clitoris, the urethra and the Skene’s gland or the prostate gland of a woman all there together.
Dr. Gräfenberg, who I’m a big fan of, who died in the 50s, was a Jewish gynecologist. He first thought about the idea of the G spot not being a spot. His big idea was that the most erotic part of a woman’s body is the urethra, and pressure on the anterior vaginal wall, the top of your cave, or the urethra leads to pleasure. If you’re standing in the front of the vagina, the side where the clitoris is, that’s where the urethra lies. His observations were spectacular. He talks about women having an orgasm just by speaking to them. He observed women having orgasms by having the penis in their ear, and the story in Wikipedia is that he left Germany because he was a Jew running from atrocities. I actually think he might have been leaving because he was an amazing lover. He talks about every part of a woman’s body being erotic. But you don’t hear many gynecologists say that.
The G spot is about the whole urethra, and what I think the spot is men’s wishful thinking. They think if they find your magical spot and no other man has found it, now she’ll be a slave to him the rest of their life and he’ll be her best lover. The truth is that if you have a magic spot tonight, it’s probably going to be in a different place tomorrow night. That’s the beauty of the woman. The lover is on an endless journey to find the spot.
How can a woman give herself or have her lover give her the best clitoral erection possible? How can she get her clitoral structure well-engorged so that she becomes easily orgasmic and more multi-orgasmic?
It’s very similar to a man, in that for the longest time until the 80s, we told men that the main reason for erectile dysfunction was 85% psychogenic. Can you imagine all the frustrated guys? Then when we accidentally discovered Viagra, we find out it’s 85-90 percent neurovascular. It’s the nerves and blood flow and the same principle applies to women. It is just we haven’t thought deeply about it until recently.
So what makes the blood flow better in a man?
Part of it is basically everything that makes you healthy. It’s diet and exercise. Eat your veggies and do some high intensity interval training. In that same way, with a woman, whatever we do has to be built on that premise that the woman is doing what she can for her health. And then when we add in our O Shot, with which we’ve had 15 years of research, and over that the PRP, which is what we use with the O Shot, together it helps re-establish blood flow. I used the procedure on the penis for months before I ever used it on a woman’s clitoris, and we now have research showing that it’s working.
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