Medical Center of Obstetrics- Gynecology, Sexology
The vaginal area of Hipererotism or ”H” area (Fig.1 a, b, c) consists of erectile tissue with increased bioexcitability, compared to the rest of the vagina. The H area is an isolated area, of separate erectile importance, as it has been assumed to be known so far (or as it will be demonstrated) is part of the group of erectile vulvar formations as a whole unit determining the necessary hyperexcitability in order to perform a proper sexual intercourse.
The vaginal and urethral orifices are surro- unded by vestibular bulbs (bulbus vestibuli vaginae)( Fig.2), erectile organs located on the sides of the vaginal introit, on the small labies basis. Vestibular bulbs unite anteriorly, on the median line, above the urethra, constituting the venous plexus Kobelt, which connects with the cavernous bodies of the clitoris, through the communicating venous plexus. The upper extremity of the vestibular bulbs is related to the urethral meatus, inducing hyperemia of this area during the erection. The cavernous bodies of the clitoris, as well as the vestibular bulbs, have cavernous tissue in their structure, with arterial-venous anastomosis, which fills with blood during the
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