स्वस्थ्य एवं संतुलित भारत के प्रयास में भागिदार बनें। अपने शरीर को एवं उसकी आवश्यकतओं को संतुलित दृष्टि से समझें। दाम्पत्य जीवन रुमानी बनाएं एवं यौन रोगों से बचें। अपने रुची का परिवार नियोजन विधि अपनाकर देश का साथ दें।
 
 

Clitoral fingering

सेक्स में स्त्री के क्लिटरस (भग शिश्न) को अंगुली से सहलाना

Massaging of the vulva, and in particular the clitoris is the most common way for a woman to reach and achieve an orgasm.

 Vaginal fingering

सेक्स में स्त्री के योनी में अंगुली डालकर उत्तेजित करना

Vaginal fingering (also known as manual stimulation) may or may not end in orgasm; it also may or may not constitute the entire sexual encounter. It may be part of foreplay or part of a precursor to other sexual activities. These activities can provide sexual pleasure to a partner when penetrative intercourse is not possible or desirable.

Vaginal fingering is legally and medically called "digital penetration of the vagina, and may be enjoyed with one or more fingers. Fingering the vagina is often enjoyed as a way to stimulate the G spot. Fingering the external tissues is more likely to lead to orgasm for many women, as these muscles are not controlled by the autonomic nervous system, meaning the response depends less on the psychological state of the woman toward her partner.

The G-spot is located roughly two inches / 5cm up on the anterior wall of the vagina, facing toward the belly button. It can most easily be recognized by its ridges and slightly rougher texture compared to the more cushion-like vaginal cavity walls around it. Fingering the G-spot is a commonly cited method which can often lead to female ejaculation. This release of fluid can range significantly in quantity and force of expulsion, varying from woman to woman and also varying with different scenarios for each woman. The fluid following a G-spot ejaculation is released from the urethra but is not urine, as its contents do not come in contact with those of the bladder at any stage. This female ejaculate contains antibodies only found in the male prostate; leading to speculation that it is produced by a structure homologous to the prostate. Similarities are sometimes drawn with the fingering or other manipulation of the male prostate through the anus.

Many women have cited the "come hither" approach as a significant catalyst to orgasm. This technique involves the middle finger, sometimes additionally the index finger, making the hand gesture of "come hither" with palm facing upwards against her pubic bone. There is no single G-spot technique preferred by all women.

Medical professionals suggest washing the hands before contact with the vagina, to avoid spreading bacteria and causing infections. Worthy of special attention is the washing of hands after any finger contact with the anus, to avoid the spread of bacteria from the anus to the vagina.

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