Can men get the G-shot?

Do men also have a g-spot? If so, is it possible to get the g-shot to enhance sexual stimulation?

Doctor Answers 5

Men and Gshot?

Men may have a sensitive area that is similar to the Gspot in women, however currently there is no Gshot for men. 

Atlanta Urogynecologist
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G-shot in men

It is debatable whether this is even an effective treatment for females. There's certainly no application for men.  

Erik Miles, MD, FACS
Charlotte Plastic Surgeon
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Man can't get the G-shot

The G-shot is given to the G-spot. It's in the vagina. Got it? It doesn't really matter if you can google "male g-spot" and get a few hits trying to make parallels between men and women.

Marco A. Pelosi III, MD
Jersey City OB/GYN
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G Spot in Men?

While the O Shot is for females, the P Shot is for men. There is no male G Spot but there are sensitive areas in men.  The P Shot is also a trademarked, licensed procedure requiring specialized training, specific technique and proprietary equipment.  Those of us who are members of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association perform a standardized treatment with an FDA approved kit and a program to help men restore sexual function and thereby improve the relationships with their partners and an important part of their confidence and self esteem.

Leslie Pickens, MD
Alexandria Emergency Medicine Physician
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The male G spot.

It is postulated that the G spot is the female equivalent of the prostate tissue in males which is again thought to be the reason that some women ejaculate with orgasm. As such, there is no G spot for males. But there is the P-shot (trademark Dr.Charles Runels) which is an injection of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) which is obtained from your own blood, into the shaft and head of the penis (sounds painful but with a little topical anaesthesia it is painless). This rejuvenates the penile tissue making it thicker, stronger erection and increases sensitivity.

Rick Balharry, MD
Calgary Physician

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