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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The G-Spot is very real!
The O-shot, on the other hand, utilizes your bodies own PRP (platelet rich plasma) which is injected, painlessly, into your anterior vaginal wall AND the clitoris which also enhances clitoral stimulation and response.
PRP is obtained from your own blood through a very specific process. Injection of PRP delivers growth factors that allow for rejuvenation of your tissues, nerves, and vascular structures which in turn improve sensation and strengthen orgasmic response. Additional reported benefits include improvement in painful intercourse and urinary symptoms including urinary incontinence.
Complimentary benefit can be obtained by combining laser vaginal resurfacing and PRP therapy for maximal rejuvenation of urinary, vaginal and orgasmic function.
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. You may also be asked about your goals for the treatment and about any allergies or medical conditions that wouldn't make you a good candidate for the G-Shot. If you have become familiar with the G-spot, the rest of the procedure will proceed shortly. Prior to the procedure. In the course of the consult, the physician will educate you on the anatomy of the G-Spot and how to localize it. He will discuss and review the risks and complications and obtain your written consent as well. You should feel comfortable that all your questions have been answered before giving your informed and signed consent detailing the the risks, complications and alternatives to the procedure. Once completed and if all is clear to proceed, you will be asked to empty your bladder to diminish the desire to urinate during the procedure. You will then enter the examination room alone and confirm the location of the G-spot while performing a self examination utililizing the physicians instructions. Once you have identified the G-Spot, we will wait until notify the staff and to commence the procedure. The procedure. You will be placed into a pap smear position with you buttock slightly elevated. The doctor will conduct a brief pelvic exam using you assistance to guide him to the G-spot. Measurements are taken and marked according to your instructions. These measurements are transferred to a ruler and then a special speculum. The tagged speculum will then be placed into the vagina and local anesthesia will be administered using a small needle and sterile technique. The collagen filler will then be injected once the G-spot has been numbed. A tampon in inserted which can be removed 4 hours later. The procedure should take from 10-20 minutes. After the procedure. No recovery time is necessary. You can proceed with the rest of your days plans! Patients typically experience a scant bleeding which is easily managed by the tampon and typical of the amount of bleeding one observes after drawing blood. Outcome. Four hours after the procedure, the tampon may be removed and you may resume sexual activity. Results may last up to 4 months. Results do differ among individuals. Other methods of enhancing the G-spot use alternative fillers, such as Hyaluronic acid (Restylane or Juvederm) as well as Calcium Hydroxyapatite (Radiesse).
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.
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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.
Thank you for your time. I am happy to answer any questions you may have. The G-SHOT® (clinical description: G-Spot Amplification™ or GSA™), is a simple, nonsurgical, physician-administered treatment that can temporarily augment the Grafenburg spot (G-Spot) in sexually active women with normal sexual function.
GSA is a patent pending method of amplifying or augmenting the G-Spot with a human engineered hyaluronan. Hyaluronan is a common ingredient found in many health care products and can also be found naturally throughout the body.
The location of the G-spot is typically reported as being about 50 to 80 mm (2 to 3 in) inside the vagina, on the front wall.
Is the G Shot real?? Ask Dr Ellen...a woman who knows about these things!
Yes it is real and I can attest that it is successful in increasing the pleasure of intimate relations by intensifying the associated stimulation within the vagina.
The site of the injection in the upper wall of the vagina is a well documented area of tissue that is unique in having increased nerve fibers and is the site of the enjoyable friction women experience wth sex. An experienced trained physician can identify this anatomy readily.
It may sound too good to be true but if you ask this woman surgeon, I can tell you it is good and it is true!
In good health,
Ellen Mahony, MD
G shot using fillers
About the G-Shot
Sexual enhancement with vaginal tightening vaginoplasty and G-spot Enhancement Works Amazingly Well
All the best,
Rian A. Maercks M.D.
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