A Vibrator Designed for Serious Waves

When it comes to your clitoris, you have a lot more material to work with than you might think. In addition to the familiar tiny button (the glans), the clitoris is made up of a body, bulbs, and crura (or legs). Some people say it looks like an inverted tulip emoji; others like a high-tech boomerang or a wishbone. 

Image of pewter clitoris necklace

With its thousands of nerve endings, the glans is the star of the show. But the rest of the clitoris has pleasure potential, as well. Menopause might be the perfect time to explore that potential. Estrogen production falls off during menopause, causing a woman to lose up to 80 percent of her genital volume. Less circulation means less sensation. Tapping all pleasure possibilities is a smart move.

Vibrators can help, but not all vibrators are designed for the full clitoris. The Sona Cruise is. It uses sonic waves and pulses to stimulate the entire clitoris, delivering consistent intensity in use for deep-tissue massage, which can produce a prolonged climax. It’s small and quiet, so it’s discreet. With its eight patterns and varying intensities, you can find the sensation you like. Easy-to-use controls let you adjust along the way.

Explore and enjoy! When we consider that the full clitoris wasn’t mapped until 1998, we wonder what discoveries may await!

 

Note: The fabulous, anatomically correct pewter pendant was pointed out to me by a friend. It's made by Lennart and Josefine, of Sweden, and offered through their Etsy shop Farjil; their image used with permission. To see their full collection of nature- and anatomy-inspired jewelry, visit their online shop through this link: etsy.com/shop/Farjil


Dr. Barb DePree MD
Dr. Barb DePree MD

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2 Responses

Dr Barb
Dr Barb

November 19, 2019

Gary, this is accurate and done with scans that allow tissue volume assessment. I see this daily, for instance, the labia minora nearly completely disappear in women in menopause, completely….gone…..no longer present, only the vague suggestion that it was once there, that is the norm. Of course there are variations to this with some more, some less.

Gary
Gary

November 19, 2019

From the article: “Estrogen production falls off during menopause, causing a woman to lose up to 80 percent of her genital volume.”

Is this really accurate? Didn’t you mean “reduced to”, not “reduced by” 80%? If proportional in all 3 dimensions, that would mean about a 42% reduction in linear dimensions. I’m shocked. Is this what we have to look forward to?

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