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You've heard of the G-Spot, but what about the A and U spots? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson points out where the G, A and U spots ...
are located on the body.
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Where the G, A and U Spots Are
Dr. Travis Stork: Let's look at this real quick. Those guys are like, “Oh yeah, the G spot.” They’re like, “It’s here, and it’s here.”
Dr. Jim Sears: The bladder and the rectum.
Dr. Travis Stork: They’re even close.
Dr. Jim Sears: Those are on the bladder, right.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Okay, well, you guys are doctors.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Guys, you better do it together here.
Dr. Travis Stork: Pay attention guys. This is very important.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: I'm even going to help you a little bit first.
Brooke Burke: Okay.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Bladder, uterus, vagina, rectum, okay.
Dr. Jim Sears: All right.
Dr. Travis Stork: All right.
Dr. Jim Sears: Let's take a note.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: All right, so the A spot is that stands for anterior fornix which is above right here. You have two-fornix in the vagina. One is below the cervix and one is above so they’re saying you go all the way in here before you get to that A spot.
Dr. Jim Sears: That’s a long way up there.
Dr. Travis Stork: This could be easier on the next.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: The G spot which stands for Gräfenberg spot.
Dr. Drew Ordon: That’s in Gräfenberg.
Brooke Burke: Act like you don’t know.
Dr. Jim Sears: No, so it’s like anterior wall of the vagina, right.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah, good job! Let's give it up for Dr. Jim here. So, into the anterior vagina, so Jim was right. And then the U spot is really just them. T spots around the urethra. Again, if you think if somebody pushing up at around your urethra, it really can be stimulating your clitoris, and that’s going to be right around here, and it’s really the Skene’s glands. It’s going to be right around this side of the urethra so it’s going to be in the front of --
Brooke Burke: Can I just say something?
Dr. Jim Sears: Is that outside of the vagina?
Dr. Lisa Masterson: No, it’s closer to the front of the vagina like right under the —.
Brooke Burke: But seriously, communication is the most important thing because how unfair to assume that some of these things are going to feel good for everybody. And quite honestly, like we have to communicate about it.
Dr. Travis Stork: If you’ve never heard of the spot --
Dr. Lisa Masterson: It doesn’t matter.
Dr. Travis Stork: It doesn’t matter. The takeaway really for everyone should be, get to know your partner not just anatomy.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Right.
Dr. Travis Stork: Not just these “spots” and it’s really important to understand.