It was back in 1950 when a doctor described a "surprisingly sensitive spot inside the vagina near the urethra." He made this very distinct erogenous spot sound like it was relatively easy to find and stimulate. After all, if he could do it during research on his patients - surely any woman could do it as well. In the 1980s, Grafenberg's spot became known as the "G spot" and outside his own research - it has been anything BUT an easy spot to deal with.
For some women stimulation of the G spot means amazing and beyond description orgasms; for others it means a trip to the bathroom to urinate because of stimulation. Some researchers scoffed at the notion of such an area of the anatomy and called it mythological. Scientists still disagree about whether it is a separate gland, the deep down part of the clitoris or something else. Something tells me we need more women researchers looking into this geography and precisely identifying it so we CAN ALL ENJOY!!
Definition A streptococcal screen is a test to detect group A streptococcus, the most common cause of strep throat . Alternative Names Rapid strep test How the test is performed The test requires a throat swab. It takes about 7 minutes. The swab is tested to identify group A streptococcus. How to prepare for the test There is no special preparation. Inform the health care provider if you are taking, or have recently taken, antibiotics. How the test will feel Your throat will be swabbed in the area of the tonsils. This may make you gag. Why the test is performed Your health care provider may order this test if you have signs of strep throat or if you have symptoms of pharyngitis (sore throat).
A question was asked in October of 2009 that reads as follows: " My daughter has been operated on nine times for endometriosis, in pain 24-7 ..Had a complete (hysterectomy). It (the endometriosis) has attached to her bladder, bowel and now nerves in her leg and her leg goes out. must use a (cane). she needs help. I am watching her die little by little everyday. pain is all over her face and I want help. " No one answered this call for help. I am going to answer it now, sorry for the delay.
Life must be wonderful without menstrual cramps ; I have always thought that if men had menstrual cramps they might be a little more understanding. Alas, only a woman can understand this pain. But beyond the normal aches and pains of menstruation lies a curse called endometriosis . This condition makes the usual monthly cycle of dysmenorrhea look like a walk in the park. Those with endometriosis experience frequent extreme, knee-buckling pain, severe bloating, diarrhea (or constipation), nausea a...
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