Men and women alike remain curious about the existence of one of the most legendary erogenous zones in the female body, the G-spot. Despite the wealth of literature on sexual practices surrounding the holy grail of female sexual pleasure, there may be a new powerhouse for female arousal located in the vagina, just behind the cervix. On a recent episode of Conan, Dr. Jennifer Berman, a sexual health expert, urologist, and female sexual medicine specialist, explains how to find the O-spot, and how to stimulate it for just the right amount of pleasure.

The O-spot is "further in [the vagina] and behind the cervix," says Berman in the video to Conan O’Brien, Kevin Nealon, and Andy Richter on the show. “It’s kind of far back there.” Berman recommends using your longer fingers so they can enter the vagina, so you can “stimulate that area with your hand, or with your lower genital part.”

It is very important the woman is aroused in this process. The sexpert suggests some stimulation with the hand, an erotic toy, or with the penis. "You can't just reach this area by diving in,” Berman says.

Dr. Charles Runels, inventor of the O-shot procedure, believes in the existence of the O-spot, not the G-spot. The treatment boosts both libido and sexual satisfaction, according to Runels, after blood is drawn from the arm, the platelets are separated from it, and then injected into the area near the clitoris, and just inside the vagina. The procedure takes about 10 minutes.

Whether you believe in the G-spot, the O-spot, or the O-Shot, it’s best to know what stimulates your partner to cater to their specific sexual needs.