The vagina, an unsuspected source of ... electricity

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 A group of Egyptian researchers have made a very strange discovery, namely that the vagina produces electricity.  They performed an electrovaginogram after accidentally finding out about this property of the vagina.

 

Scientists were conducting another study on certain sexual problems, and they were amazed when they discovered electricity inside the vagina when having sex.The vagina, an unsuspected source of ... electricity

 

On this occasion, researcher Ahmed Shafik and his team began to analyze the conditions under which electricity is produced inside the vagina.  They started from the hypothesis that the vagina generates waves of electricity, which influence the vaginal contractions during penetration.

 

The researchers used 24 female volunteers in the study, to whom they inserted two electrodes inside the vagina, to monitor the electrical activity of the vagina in various stages: in a relaxed state or in a state of arousal.  Electrodes recorded current waves scattering from the front wall inside the vagina.  Thus, it was concluded that women have a pacemaker inside, ie an area that triggers electrical stimuli.  Analyzing the trajectory of the electricity, it was assumed that this pacemaker is the G-spot.

 

Egyptian scientists also wanted to know the conditions under which the G-spot generates electricity.  Researchers have found that vaginal dilation causes an increase in the intensity of electricity, followed by vaginal pressure, which triggers vaginal contractions.The vagina, an unsuspected source of ... electricity

 

The researchers said: "These current waves are responsible for the contractions of the vagina during sex."  The presence of electricity was found in the rest of the time, when the women were not aroused.  Thus, the conclusion of the study was that vaginal penetration stimulates the "pacemaker" and increases the intensity of electricity, but also vaginal contractions.

 

"The study is further evidence of the existence of the G-spot, and the electrovaginogram could help diagnose sexual dysfunction," said Ahmed Shafik.

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