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The cervix is sensitive, and surgeons need to acknowledge the part it plays in some women’s pleasure March 20, 2020 8.06am EDT Women and their doctors need to communicate about potential sexual. March 20, 2020 The cervix is sensitive, and surgeons need to acknowledge the part it plays in some women’s pleasure by Barry Komisaruk and María Cruz Rodríguez Del Cerro, The Conversation Women and. The cervix is sensitive, and surgeons need to acknowledge the part it plays in some women’s pleasure Barry Komisaruk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University and María Cruz Rodríguez del Cerro, Professor of Psychobiology, UNED Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

Your Health The Cervix Is Sensitive, and Surgeons Need to Acknowledge the Part It Plays in Some Women’s Pleasure Sexual health experts say it’s a misconception that the cervix is insensitive, which can have implications for some medical procedures. The cervix is sensitive, and surgeons need to acknowledge the part it plays in some women’s pleasure Women and their doctors need to communicate about potential sexual side effects from procedures that involve the cervix. “Sexual Response in the Human Female,” popularly known as the “Kinsey Report,”. The Cervix Is Sensitive, and Surgeons Need to Acknowledge the Part It Plays in Some Women’s Pleasure Sexual health experts say it’s a misconception that the cervix is insensitive, which can have implications for some medical procedures. March 20, 2020 The cervix is sensitive, and surgeons need to acknowledge the part it plays in some women’s pleasure Barry Komisaruk, Rutgers University Newark and María Cruz Rodríguez del Cerr.

Female pleasure reimagined the sensate cervix In 1994, Dr Barry R. Komisaruk pioneered further research on female pleasure and confirmed that the cervix can respond to stimulation (with the absence of clitoral stimulation), uncovering that this reproductive organ is also the path to the deepest, full-bodied female orgasm!Women typically talk about the cervix in relation to childbirth, or in relation to having a Pap smear. However, many are unaware of what the cervix is and how it functions. Find out more about how the cervix plays an important role in the female reproduction system.

“Cervix penetration” has become a hot buzzword, stirring up interest in the cervix as a hot new pleasure zone. But there’s more to it than.

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Some women report that the penis thrusting against the cervix during intercourse leads to greater sexual stimulation and more intense orgasm, which may be a reason to leave the cervix if a woman needs to have the uterus removed.

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The vaginal fingers should encounter the cervix, which should feel firm and circular.

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from Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook
by Department of Defense
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The woman is advised that she may feel a stretching sensation; the speculum is gently opened and its position is adjusted to hold the vaginal folds out of the way to reveal the cervix.

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from Mosby’s Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions Australian & New Zealand Edition E-Book
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Advise the woman that she will feel her labia being touched and with the thumb and forefinger of the non-examining hand, part the labia, observing the condition of the vulva.

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from Skills for Midwifery Practice Australia & New Zealand edition
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This is especially true if the cervix has not relaxed sufficiently.

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(C) To check for proper positioning, the woman should feel the cervix to be certain it is completely covered by the soft rubber dome of the diaphragm.

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from Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family
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The cervix should feel smooth and firm.

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from Physical Assessment for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals
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The external os of the cervix is identified and the index finger is used to gently find the opening.

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from Equine Reproduction
by Angus O. McKinnon, Edward L. Squires, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

If a woman can feel her cervix, she can usually learn to use a cervical cap.

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The cervix is palpated for size and consistency.

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  • i have a question? i have low bp and low temp leak in ear. from neck surgury and posible syringiomylia what causes the low temp. and chest pain heart palpitations. heart all normal

  • I have to say (in my own experience and thoughts) its much more than just wheat or flour, its all grains like wheat, corn etc. but other factors that can cause inflammation like drugs/pharmaceuticals and other inflammatory issues.

  • After arousal the vaginia tents and the cervix lifts and moves out of the way. This all works like an accordian and makes more room for the penis, more than the 3-5″ in the unaroused state. Only 10% of whites have penises longer than 7″, the average is 5.1″ long by 4.8″ in circumferance. 7″ long by 6″ in circumference is the the averge black penis, so 50% of black men are larger than 7″. This might explain why only 30% of white women never have experienced a cervical orgasm. There is a reason millions of women make romance tours to the beaches of Zanzibar, Kenya, Ghana, Punta Cana, Jamaica etc. Black men have 20% more testosterone than whites which makes them better athletes and lovers. They also are not circumcised in these countries. Circumcision removes 7 square inches of erogenous tissue on a grown male. The head of the penis is further dried out reducing sensitivity. It is like wearing a condom for a male and double the desensitization if you have to wear one. No wonder males jack hammer when they screw, that is the only way to feel anything. Later on in life circuncision is responsible for poor erections, choose your mate wisely ladies.The forskin acts as a bearing for unpainful penetration. This is akin to removing the hood off a clitoris and letting it dry out, destroying pleasure for both partners. We have plumbing now, so cleanliness is not a viable reason for circumcision. Let the truth be told. Often times this type of information is censored. ♥️

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  • This was extremely helpful. I have Chiari and my doctors have me on a “wait and see” approach. We do not want to do the surgery yet. There are many more avenues to explore first. I have heard wonderful things about Dr. Oro and am glad that I was able to see him lecture on this.

  • This is an excellent lecture, it explains a lot of my problems. I know I have chiari malformation and intracranial hypertension. I got mine from a brain injury, its taken a long time to get where I am at, now it’s the waiting game. I hope anyone else going through any of the above mentioned, have hope! I have had many doctors tell me that it was all in my head mentally. They were wrong even though I do suffer from ptsd. Don’t even think about giving up, I’ve been at this since I was 22 and I just turned 30. I have hope of finally getting insurance so that I can be seen at the Chiari Institute in New York.

  • Where do go to get someone to take these symptoms seriously? was at the Shands Neurosurgy dept in Gainsville Fl today sent by my Neuro and they looked at me like I was in the wrong place. Told me I may wanna see their Neuro but can’t see me for 2 months at least.. 2 yrs in no relief

  • Wow! I listened to this entire episode and learned about a new domain of my consciousness. I would have never considered sex—as described here(i.e not porn sex)—as a gateway to healing and a higher self. Thank you for your work!

  • If It’s Not Chiari, What Else Could it Be? its called “Gadolinium Toxicity” has anyone mentioned that the MRI contrast dye is a toxic heavy metal and the FDA recently issued a warning about it? they are killing us with this not curing us.a couple links to help you all understand

    https://gadoliniumtoxicity.com/help/symptoms/

    On December 19, 2017, the FDA issued a public safety announcement, stating it is “requiring several actions to alert health care professionals and patients about the gadolinium retention.”
    What is Gadolinium?
    Also referred to as an MRI dye, the medium is injected into the patient through the bloodstream prior to the scanning process. Gadolinium leaves the body after the MRI or MRA through urination – usually within 24 hours. The decision to use gadolinium is left to the discretion of the patient’s doctor, technologist or nurse, and is based on the patient’s condition. Today, a patient who is pregnant or who has severe kidney disease would not be given gadolinium.

    There are several contrast agents, referred to as gadolinium contrast medium, used in coordination with MRI and MRA scans. These are:

    Omniscan (gadodiamide)
    Dotarem (gadoterate meglumine)
    ProHance (gadoteridol)
    Magnevist (gadopentetate dimeglumine)
    Eovist (gadoxetate disodium)
    OptiMARK (gadoversetamide)
    MultiHance (gadobenate dimeglumine)
    Ablavar (gadofosveset trisodium)
    Gadavist (gadobutrol)
    Are there risks associated with gadolinium?
    Used throughout the world as an MRI contrast dye, gadolinium does not pose any health risks for most people. However, it has been reported that some patients may experience an immediate response to the drug that includes the following: skin rash, anaphylactic reactions, nausea, dizziness or headache. Others have experienced gadolinium retention, which has developed into NSF/NFD or gadolinium deposition disease.

    As the name implies, gadolinium retention happens when the metal does not leave the body through the kidneys and urination. Instead, the metal settles in the brain, bone and tissues. The person does not have to have any kidney issue or renal problems for this condition to occur, and recent studies concerning the brain indicate that gadolinium deposits occur in more people than originally thought. The effects of gadolinium in the brain are still unknown, but future studies are planned. Additionally, there is no known treatment for those with gadolinium retention.

    Gadolinium lawsuits filed against manufacturers claim that patients developed NSF/NFD after a gadolinium injection. NSF/NFD is a rare disease that affects internal organs and the skin. People with kidney problems, including transplants with renal function issues, are the highest at risk for NSF/NFD.

    Those diagnosed with NSF/NFD suffer from symptoms including the following:

    Pain in the bone
    Tightening and hardening of skin
    Tightening of muscles
    Blood clots
    Itching or burning
    Reduced internal organ function
    The condition can be fatal for some people or lead to severe disability. Currently, there is no cure for NSF/NFD, according to the Mayo Clinic, and the treatments that are available, are not effective for everyone.

    Gadolinium deposition disease is diagnosed when people experience problems that will not go away, after receiving an injection of the metal contrast agent. These problems have involved brain fog, burning, sharp or cutting body pain, joint and bone pain, a headache that persists and cognitive impairment. Patients with gadolinium deposition disease include those with no renal failure as well as with moderate renal failure. Medical researchers are just beginning to acknowledge the existence of gadolinium-related disorders and so there is no known or established treatment for gadolinium deposition disease at this time.

  • Dr Miklos’ thank you so much for this valuable talk! you have terrific style!I would be so grateful if you had time to comment:I was diagnosed w/ stage 4 large B cell lymphoma early january this year. after 8 Rchop and 7 mapthera, I’ve been cancer-free for about 1/2 the year (as measured by PET_CT), last month, the transplant team (I’m at Soroka Hospital In Be’er Sheva, Israel) collected my bone-marrow stem cells and they want to do the transplant procedure this month. they keep calling this “consolidation’ of the treatment… they won’t share statistics, and I haven’t found them online. can you give me an idea of the preventative effects on recurrence?forgot to say:I am female, and have never had any serious illness in my 62 years until now.
    also, can you suggest any dietary moves? I’ve been vegetarian most of my life, and my hospital has disappointed me on this since the start. (otherwise they are amazing!thanking you in advance, michal eliav

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