There is absolutely no doubt that the vagina is a crucial organ in a woman’s sexuality. But in as much as every woman has it, there are however some weird facts that lots of women don’t know about this amazing organ.
In fact, almost every woman doesn’t know her body beyond what this organ does for her sex life. But ranging from the body part being slightly acidic to having various pathways to pleasure, there are several weird facts that you might not know about your vagina. Here are some weird facts about your body that are worth knowing especially if you thought you knew everything about this important organ that defines your sexuality.
At a normal range, the vagina has a PH level of 3.8 to 4.5. In fact, its PH level is at par with most wines. This moderate acidity is crucial for keeping things balanced down there. Therefore, take caution when using some of the feminine products that can easily disrupt your body’s normal PH level, lest you end up experiencing unwanted irritations.
The clitoris is an important part of the vagina because its main function is to provide sexual pleasure. The sensitive nature of your clitoris can be explained by the fact that, it has thousands of nerves, more than any other organ of your body. Research has shown that there are up to 8,000 nerve endings in a woman’s clitoris. On the other hand, the male penis has an estimated 4,000 nerves, something that explains why clitoral stimulation is quite intense compared to male orgasm.
There are 4 different nerves that supply your genital area with that wonderful sensation you experience during intercourse. These 4 nerves are namely sensory vagus, pudendal, pelvic and hypogastric nerves. This explains why women experience orgasm and pleasure differently.
Contrary to the misconception that having lots of sex can make a woman’s vagina loose over time, the fact of the matter is that frequent sex can’t make your body loose. When you are sexually aroused, your body becomes looser naturally in readiness for intercourse. However, your body gets back to its usual state after intercourse. As such, there is absolutely no relationship between looseness and sex. Factors such as multiple childbirths and age are to blame for the looseness.
If you are like most women, you might be thinking that your G-spot is the only erogenous zone in a vagina. However, sex scientists have in recent years discovered that there is another erogenous zone in the body, known as A-spot. The G-spot is a few inches below the A-spot. Beyond these two erogenous zones, scientists still believe there are other spots in the body that cause pleasure during intercourse. Therefore, take time and locate other spots that can lead to pleasure during intercourse other than only focusing on having your G-spot stimulated during sex.
There are many things you may not know about your vagina. It is, therefore, important you learn more about this amazing organ other than just knowing what it does for your sex life.
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