What is injected, and how is it done? How does the doctor determine where to inject?
Is the G-spot shot for real?
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What is the G-shot
Upon your arrival to the Doctor's office, youll be asked to complete a medical questionnaire and a brief pertinent history and physical examination will be conducted by the physician.
We perform the G-shot with Prevelle or collagen injections
We perform an injection of cosmetic filler called Prevelle or collagen in the g-spot area where there are clusters of nerve endings when stimulated can cause an intense orgasm.
The rationale behind injecting is to enhance the g-spot area, making it easier to stimulate, and therefore easier to climax.
G-Spot Shot - Does It Work?
At the Mommy Makeover Institute of Hawaii, we have a small series of patients who have had fillers injected into their G-spot. Thus far, all patients have reported a feeling of well being. They have also reported a sense of empowerment in addition to heightened sensuality.
The procedure is very simple. It does not require any anesthesia, and no patient has reported pain from the injection.
The G-spot augmentation has apparently increased the likelihood of vaginal orgasms. I believe this is due to its increased size and therefore increased likelihood of direct and indirect friction on this highly sensitive area.
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G-shot done by injecting filler under G-spot
When the G spot was described, it was thought to be the sensitive area inside the vagina on the anterior wall, where a collection of nerves make it very sensitive and may play a role in orgasm.
If a woman can pinpoint the spot and confirms that the above information is right for her then infecting a filler under that area makes the area more prominent and thus easily stimulated. It is an office procedure no anesthetic is needed.
The g-shot was popularized by a gynecologist. It is actually Restylane injected into the area right behind the pubic bone that is thought to be over the g-spot. This may enhance orgasm in some women, although specific numbers are not scientifically proven.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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