Do women still have a g-spot after their uterus removed ?

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  1. ParDerian

    ParDerian New Member

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    Ok here goes


    My wife had ovary cancer a couple years back and she doesn't have a uterus anymore. I spend a lot of time carressing her body before I even go down on her and it is very important to her actually she once told me we wouldn't be married if I didn't know how to make love to her clit (I'm blessed with a tongue that can reach the tip of my nose). Anyways my real question is do women still have there g-spot when they had their uterus removed I would love to give her a g-spot oragsm
     
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    i would assume so.... the g-spot is isn't really connected to the uterus, its in the vaginal canal.
     
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    Yeah the g-spot is in her vagina, not her uterus, so I doubt having her uterus removed affected her ability to have a g-spot orgasm. The g-spot is tricky though, I have yet to find it.
     
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    Both above responses are correct, the G spot is unconnected to the uterus.
    Sex should not feel any different either.
     
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    Thanks for the info.

    I'll be home tomorrow after 14 days so for sure there will sweat and heat involved when we dive into bed. And for sure that I will try to find her g-spot and I will let you know if I do yes or no.
     
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    Google....ooooor slide a finger in there, palm up, and make a " come here" motion with the inserted finger. The odd textured little patch that the tip of your finger is feeling is the promised land. Use your tongue on her clit, get her somewhat close to orgasm, then slide a finger or two inside her and stimulate her g- spot. Mix on low speed for 30 seconds, then mix on medium speed for 2 mins. Scraping bowl occasionally. Pour into pan and bake at 350 . Cake will be done when prick inserted in middle comes out clean....
    Uh....wait a minute....Ive really gotta straighten out this recipe book....
     
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    Ah, good one 12BB :lol
    We see you firing on all pistons after a way too long absence from SF.
     
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    A part of a woman's upper vaginal wall that is between 1-3 inches inside her would not be affected by a hysterectemy.

    xx
     
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    Yes it's there, right behind the clit, but she must be horny to find, feel and rub it to a perfect O.
     
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    The G spot is unconnected to the uterus or in the womb. Sex should not experience any different either.