- Vasile NIȚESCU, ** Doina NIȚESCU
*Medical Centre of Obstetrics-Gynecology and Sexology
**Colentina Clinical Hospital- Department of Internal Medicine
In 1950, Ernst Gräfenberg described the existence in the woman’s vagina of a “spot”, which determines sexual pleasure, which he called “the G spot”, by his name (Gräfenberg).
Our research has established that in the lower third of the vagina there is actually an area, which has been known for a long time.
Because this Area was not described or explained in terms of morphology and functionality, there was practically no specific substantiation to prove its existence, the context in which, scientists, through various arguments have or have not agreed on this erogenous area.
In 2016, following a study I have conducted I called this segment of the vagina “the area of Hypereroticism” (the “H” area), based on the morphophysiological arguments that certify its existence.
The way of approaching the H area is not mentioned in the paper, so following the request of the readers of the “Journal of Clinical Sexology” I will make the appropriate completion.
hypereroticism, the H area, erectile tissue, vasocongestion