Tilted cervix and G-Spot

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Tilted cervix and G-Spot

Fun Lover Fun Lover
My wife has a tilted cervix and we have several G-spot toys. I think I may have found it before but not consistently. I have tried many positions and different toys (Ella, Wild G, Intimate Basics Paris, Butterfly Kiss). She likes the Hitachi Wand best with the Tri Pod attachment. I do get her very warmed up before I start searching. I have read many good reviews on the Ella but can't seem to find it. Any suggestions?
05/11/2009
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Oggins Oggins
Quote:
Originally posted by Fun Lover
My wife has a tilted cervix and we have several G-spot toys. I think I may have found it before but not consistently. I have tried many positions and different toys (Ella, Wild G, Intimate Basics Paris, Butterfly Kiss). She likes the Hitachi Wand ...
Well, I'm not sure I'm going to be able to help a whole lot but, here goes.

You are right about making sure she's warmed up first because the g-spot will swell up and get more firm during arousal. You can use your fingers by sliding them inside your wife and curving them. Then do a sort of come here motion with your fingertip pointed toward her belly button. It can help if you push down a bit on her abdomen too. That will provide a bit more pressure to help locate it. Sometimes it can be hard to find but once you get the general location down, it should be much easier. I hope this helps some and good luck!
05/11/2009
Tuesday Tuesday
I don't think a tilted cervix makes a difference. I don't have a cervix and can have g-spot orgasms. I've tried two g-spot vibrators recently (neither one sold on this site yet) that were very effective. It increases sensation for me if my bladder isn't empty. Not everyone likes that, but it might make it easier for her.

Report back if you have success and I'll cheer for her.
05/11/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Pushing on the lower abdomen really helps as well as having a full bladder (but as Teusday said it might not be pleasant). I had a guy friend who gave me a great trick. He said that to find the g-spot of his g/f's, once they are aroused before doing a "come here" movement with his finger, he would actually pass his finger and rub it from left to right inside the vagina on the upper wall (like a car speed dial) to better locate the "bump/g-spot" and then he would do a come hither movement. Hope that helps!
05/12/2009
NuMe NuMe
I agree that my bladder can't be empty, but not full either. If it's full I can't relax and let go. KWIM?

Funny but before I found this board I wasn't sure if anyone else knew the bladder trick. LOL
05/12/2009
Fun Lover Fun Lover
Quote:
Originally posted by Tuesday
I don't think a tilted cervix makes a difference. I don't have a cervix and can have g-spot orgasms. I've tried two g-spot vibrators recently (neither one sold on this site yet) that were very effective. It increases sensation for me ...
Which 2 are they? Thanks for the advise.
05/12/2009
Fun Lover Fun Lover
Thank You everyone I will try all of these suggestions. Hopefully this weekend and report back what happens.
05/12/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
These posts seems to suggest that the come hither motion helps LOCATE the g-spot rather than achieve a G-spot orgasm. Any thoughts on that? I always thought it was to stimulate and, personally, it's never worked.
05/12/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
These posts seems to suggest that the come hither motion helps LOCATE the g-spot rather than achieve a G-spot orgasm. Any thoughts on that? I always thought it was to stimulate and, personally, it's never worked.
I think that the come hither movement is indeed to stimulate the g-spot rather than to find it.
05/12/2009
TinyTease TinyTease
I also have a tilted cervix, but my G-Spot is in the same place. The "G-Spot" is actually not a spot at all, but basically the entire underside of the clitoris. The spongy "spot" is just the easiest place to locate it. I would suggest pressing on her pelvis with a flat hand while you insert your middle and index finger. And you'll want to press fairly hard. To the point where you think it's too much, but don't worry, we can take it.
05/12/2009
Oggins Oggins
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
These posts seems to suggest that the come hither motion helps LOCATE the g-spot rather than achieve a G-spot orgasm. Any thoughts on that? I always thought it was to stimulate and, personally, it's never worked.
Sorry it hasn't ever worked for you Adriana. Everyone's just so different that it varies so much from one person to the next. I am lucky in that it does work well for me. It's also how we found mine. Since it was fingers feeling for it instead of a toy, we were able to pinpoint where it was. Doing the come hither motion does stimulate it so that might help find it too. It should trigger that feeling of needing to pee at first. With communication on what is being felt by both partners really helps in finding its location. Not everyone is successful though. It took me until I was in my late 20's to actually find mine. I never knew it existed or even felt anything different until then. I thought I didn't have one so maybe it matures with age? I'm not sure really. I've never had a g-spot, squirting orgasm as of yet though. It's on my to do list. =P
05/12/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Oggins
Sorry it hasn't ever worked for you Adriana. Everyone's just so different that it varies so much from one person to the next. I am lucky in that it does work well for me. It's also how we found mine. Since it was fingers feeling for ...
I think age does have a lot to do with it. I've read that and there's a thread around here someplace, too. I'll live. It probably sucks more for him than me because he wants to please me and I feel like "Well, since I'm not feeling anything from that, I might as well do my homework" LOL
05/12/2009
Tuesday Tuesday
Quote:
Originally posted by Fun Lover
Which 2 are they? Thanks for the advise.
The new Chubby G, link , and the Dreamers Bliss, link .

I don't know if my cervix was tilted when I had one (or if that affects g-spots), but my uterus was. My Mom, my sister and I all had uteruses that tipped in the same direction.
05/12/2009
deceased deceased
A tilted cervix - or even not having a cervix at all does not effect the G spot. Even if a woman has had a hysterectomy, she still has a G spot.
06/11/2009
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06/11/2009
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