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Introduction (Continued ...)

The research could solve some of the problems that have hindered until now acceptance and understanding of the phenomenon of of gushing. There is no external genital organ known as capable of producing fluid “on request” and in large quantities. So small glands such as paraurethral are not able. If instead of “on demand”, it was produced over a period of time, it should be stored somewhere as a vesicle or bladder but none of this has been found by anatomists. No ducts has ever been found empty inside the vagina but most descriptions make it understand that seems to originate from the ventral wall of the vagina apparently associated with stimulation of the G spot (female prostate). Some observers, however, believe that the fluid is produced from the urethra and sent directly into the vestibule.

Our research addresses the problem of the absence of a liquid storage container, believing that the fluid is produced “on demand”. The question “what organ would be capable of such fluid production?” is resolved in the description below, of arteriolar, capillary and epithelial exchange mechanisms of the vagina.

Production sources and expulsion of fluid

The model of gushing derived by transudation is expanded under three headings:

  • Source of fluid (Anatomy)
  • Production of fluid (Physiology)
    • 1. The surface area
    • 2. Impulse that causes the event (attendance, leakage, compression)
    • 3. Permeability
  • Fluid ejection (sexual climax).

The vaginal wall is composed of three main layers: mucosa, muscle and adventitious. The mucosa consists of a lamina propria of loose connective tissue and a very permeable non keratinized epithelium and scales. Both the adventitious that muscle and mucosa are composed of a large number of elastic fibers. The mucosa has many parts nerve terminals and also muscular. The latter would be significant roles in regulating vascular and sensitive control and pressure release.

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