“A new study claims to have found the elusive [G-spot] in the cadaver of an 83-year-old woman.”
In a study published yesterday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a physician contends that he has proven the existence of the G-spot, the Daily Beast reports.
A very dedicated Florida gynecologist Adam Ostrzenski, let’s call him Dr. O, traveled all the way to Poland to find the mystical spot. And he claims he located it. You can read all about details of what he discovered here.
But no so fast, some theorize that Dr. O may not be objective as he stands to benefit from any research that validates the existence of the G-spot. According to at least one report, “He specializes in a procedure known as G-spot augmentation, in which a patient’s own fat is injected into the vaginal wall right underneath the area where the G-spot is supposed to reside in order to enhance stimulation.”
Though I’m not a scientist, it seems pretty obvious to me that there are some deficiencies with this study. For one, research was done on a single cadaver. Not a great sample size. Plus, the cadaver, being dead and all, was not capable of being aroused. So it is hard to say what exactly Dr. O is boasting about. Not to mention, the cadaver was unable to provide her sexual history.
According to MSNBC, Dr. O says he understands that more research is needed — “He has plans to return to Poland next month to dissect more, younger cadavers, and to conduct more in-depth analysis of the structure, partly in preparation for ‘clinical applications.’”
Why Poland? Apparently, the rules on cadaver research are more lax. Poland allows the dissection of human remains soon after death.