What Does G Spot Orgasm Feel Like?

The G-spot is an area located about one to two inches inside the vagina on the front wall (the “front” wall is the wall of the vagina on the same side as the belly button).

It feels rougher to the touch than the surrounding tissue, rather like a walnut compared to the smooth, silky wall of the vagina.

What does it feel like when the G spot is stimulated?

It’s located about an inch or so inside the vaginal opening on the upper vaginal wall — closest to the bellybutton. The G-spot is sexually sensitive and swells slightly during arousal and feels raised or bumpy. Many women have orgasms, and about 10 percent ejaculate when their G-spots are stimulated.

How do I know I found my G spot?

But your G-spot can be tricky to find

If you’re on the hunt for your G-spot and then start to feel uncomfortable stroking or pressing on the anterior wall, or you suddenly feel an urgent need to urinate, don’t panic; it’s actually normal. Meanwhile, some women touching this area won’t feel anything at all.

How do you feel the G spot?

The G-Spot

If you wanted to stimulate it, you’d reach into the vagina—not very deep—and curl your fingers up toward the wall of your stomach. “If you wait until you’re aroused to do this, the area feels more textured than the rest of the vaginal canal,” she says.

What happens when he hits your G spot?

This means that when you’re stimulating the G spot, you’re actually stimulating part of the clitoris, which is much larger than we’re led to believe. However, once it’s stimulated, the G spot can cause female ejaculation (yes, it’s real) and help women reach vaginal orgasm.

How do I pleasure my G spot?

The G-Spot

If you wanted to stimulate it, you’d reach into the vagina—not very deep—and curl your fingers up toward the wall of your stomach. “If you wait until you’re aroused to do this, the area feels more textured than the rest of the vaginal canal,” she says.