G Shot, also called ‘G-spot amplification’ or “G-spot augmentation’, is among the popular topics which have aroused interest recently. “What is the G-spot and where is it located? How to find the G spot? How is the G-spot augmentation procedure performed?” Let’s have a look at the rest of our text to find answers to such questions.
The G spot is the area thought to be the source of high sensitivity and sexual pleasure in female orgasm, which was first described in 1950 by the German gynecologist Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg. In his article published in The International Journal of Sexology in 1950, Grafenberg described an erotic zone on the anterior wall of the vagina, along the urethra, which is more sensitive than other areas of the vagina although the entire vaginal canal is sensitive, and stated that the area even bulges into the anterior vaginal wall like the cystoceles during orgasm.
The term ‘G Spot’ was coined in 1981 by Dr.Addiego and Nurse Whipple, as the abbreviation of “Gräfenberg spot” to name the erotically sensitive zone. In fact, the most correct name should be 'G zone' (G zone) to express a region rather than a point.
Afterwards, the G spot on the anterior vaginal wall has been considered to be an area rather than a point, location of which can vary from woman to woman, where blood supply and arousal are felt intensely, and orgasm is triggered.
The G Shot procedure is hyaluronic acid injection into the G Spot area.
Women are most curious about the location of the G spot. It is difficult to describe the exact location of the G-spot, while its existence has yet to be determined. However, according to many studies, the location of the G spot is defined as between the vagina and the urethral orifice, on the anterior vaginal wall, 2-3 cm inside of vaginal entrance.
The location of the G-spot is not the same in all women. Therefore, many different methods have been used to locate the G spot. However, the main purpose is to locate the area in the vagina, where the sexual stimulation and vaginal ejaculation occur.
When thinking about ‘how to locate the G spot, the easiest thing that comes to mind is the method in which the person makes ‘come-and-come’ by rubbing his/her index finger against the anterior vaginal wall. It is said that after a while the area will get fuller as a result of the increased blood supply and it will be felt as a protruding area. In the meantime, it is also normal for a woman to feel like she need to urinate.
The G-spot augmentation procedure is known as "G Shot". The area on the anterior vaginal wall, which is considered to be the G spot, is augmented by filler (hyaluronic acid or adipose tissue) injection. It is reported that the G-spot becomes much more sensitive and more easily aroused after augmentation. However, the safety and effectiveness of this procedure has yet to be proven.
The first studies on G spot injection were based on the observation that collagen injections made to the anterior vaginal wall with intent to treat urethral stricture problems enhances sexual function in women. The procedure was performed for the first time by the US gynecologist Dr. David Matlock, and was registered under the name G Shot.
G spot injections are among the procedures of cosmetic gynecology. It is known as ‘G spot augmentation’ or ‘G spot amplification’. Injection of dermal fillers and collagen-like materials to the area is among the most common procedures.
G-spot augmentation is a minimally invasive procedure and is performed with intent to provide sensitivity and enhance the satisfaction with friction of the penis during sexual intercourse. Injection is usually made into the skin between the bladder neck and vagina.
G Shot injection can be made for different purposes. These include:
The only purpose of G Shot injection is to enhance the arousal and sexual pleasure during sexual intercourse. It is suitable particularly for patients with coital anorgasmia (inability to achieve orgasm with sexual intercourse). It should not be performed on patients who have never achieved orgasm in their life.
In some cases, G shot procedure should not be performed. These include:
G-spot augmentation is a very simple, outpatient procedure performed under local anesthesia in a clinical setting. The patient is prepared on the gynecological examination table and the area on the anterior vaginal wall, which becomes apparent after manual self-stimulation, is marked. After local anesthesia, 2 cc of hyaluronic acid filler is injected into this area. Fullness must be felt in the area after the application. There is no need for rest or dressing after the procedure. The patient can immediately return to her daily life.
Although G shot injection is a simple procedure, it requires adequate knowledge and experience. Sometimes unwanted consequences may occur. Despite being rare, it has some complications. These include hypersensitivity, urinary tract infection, urinary retention (inability to urinate),fistula formation, erosion, infection and wound formation.
After G shot, a small amount of bleeding, mild pain and vaginal discharge are expected. There is no need for dressing after the procedure. There are no restrictions on daily life and sexual intercourse. The desired effect begins to be felt a few days after the procedure.
Depending on the cross-link and viscosity of the hyaluronic acid filler used in the G shot procedure, its effect generally lasts for a period of time between 4 and 8 months. The procedure can be repeated in patients who are satisfied with the result. However, due to its short-term effect, high cost, undesirable side effects and the application area limited to the anterior vaginal wall, the G-shot procedure has been replaced over time by the O Shot procedure, also known as “orgasm shot.” O Shot prepared from the person’s own blood is more advantageous than the G Shot procedure in many aspects.
The cost of the G Shot procedure varies depending on the physician who performs the procedure, and the brand and amount of the hyaluronic acid used in the procedure. It would be useful to consult the clinic to get information about the cost. CE marked products should be preferred in the selection of fillers for the genital area.
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