G-spot amplification (G-Shot)

After much controversy about its existence, the “G-spot” is now recognized as the equivalent of the female prostate. Its stimulation is the cause of so-called vaginal orgasm. The G-spot is an erectile area 2 to 3 cm along its long axis lying in the anterior vaginal wall 3 cm from the vaginal orifice, midway between the pubis and the cervix. Its size and sensitivity vary from one woman to another. It has its own muscular responsiveness to various stimuli, and an exocrine function (release of vaginal fluid).
Its functioning can be disrupted, causing over time a decrease in desire. Causes may be: hormonal deficiency (hormones decrease with time); anatomical disorders with loss of perineal muscle tone after childbirth, pelvic or perineal surgery; a psychological condition such as perineal denial, primary or secondary anorgasmia. By exposing this erogenous zone to make it more easily stimulated, “G-shot” or “G-spot” amplification may help restore sexual desire.

  • The procedure involves an injection of 2 to 3 ml of hyaluronan, a natural and absorbable product commonly found in the dermis, playing a role in tissue rehydration, also used in aesthetic medicine for the treatment of wrinkles. The effect obtained is the stimulation of paraurethral glands (Skene’s glands) which triggers secretions that facilitates the lubrication of the area and increase its volume. This injection is virtually painless and performed on an outpatient basis.
  • The increased volume of this area will make it more easily stimulable, thus improving the quality of sexual sensation.
  • This technique is the only treatment for rejuvenation and regeneration of the erogenous zone of tissue which changes over the course of women genital life.
  • The effect lasts between five and eight months.
  • Side effects are rare: pain at the injection site, local inflammatory reaction (less than 5%). In contrast, superficial bleeding is common immediately after injection.