The G-spot is positioned on the front wall of the vagina. When stimulated during sexual activity, it can produce the ‘G-spot’ or uterine orgasm – a different type of orgasm to that produced by stimulation of the clitoris.
In some women, the sensation of the G-spot orgasm can be unsatisfactory. In these instances, it can be augmented to make it more prominent and more easily brought into contact with the penis during intercourse. As a consequence, the uterine orgasm becomes more intense.
The G-spot can be augmented by injecting substances into the treatment area, however the result is only temporary and needs to be repeated within six months. This procedure is known as the ‘G-Shot’.
Permanent results can be achieved by using dermal fat grafts or the newer permanent fillers. These latter are implanted via the urethra and more effectively push the G-spot into the vagina. This is more expensive than the temporary fillers but is usually a one-off procedure that typically results in a permanent improvement.
Before embarking on a G-Spot enhancement one needs to be certain that the patient is already having G-Spot orgasms. This can be determined by the taking of a detailed sexual history & a physical examination.
If the patient is already having G-Spot orgasms even though not very prominent then a G-Spot augmentation can be proceeded with.
If the patient is Not having G-Spot orgasms then she will need to be taught how to do so & then have her G-Spot augmented.
After the procedure, sex should be avoided for about 10 days in the case of the G-shot, and six weeks in the case of dermal fat grafts. You will need to take between 48 hours and one week off work depending on the treatment option.
G-spot augmentation can be combined with other genital cosmetic procedures and is commonly combined with vaginoplasty.
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