What is the G-Shot® Injection?
The G-spot, also known as the Gräfenberg spot, after German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg, is an area located approximately two to three inches up the anterior (top, if a woman is lying on her back) vaginal wall. Stimulation of the G-spot is known to produce vaginal orgasms in many women. However, because the spot can be difficult to locate, much less stimulate, many women feel they miss out on a large part of their sexual experience.
The G-Shot® Injection, sometimes also called G-Spot Amplification, is a simple, non-surgical procedure that entails injecting a hyaluronic acid filler into the G-spot. By augmenting the G-spot, sexual gratification can be more easily achieved, and in many cases, amplified.
The G-Shot® Injection is performed by a gynecologist under local anesthesia. It's a short procedure that takes less than 30 minutes. The actual injection itself takes less than five minutes. The G-spot is augmented to about the diameter of a quarter, and is raised slightly, to amplify sensitivity. There is no downtime, and results can last up to four months.
Does the G-Shot® Injection hurt?
You may feel a bit of discomfort during the procedure due to the abundance of nerves in the G-spot area. It's a quick procedure, so the discomfort shouldn't last long.
How much does the G-Shot® Injection cost?
Your total price will be based on how many syringes you want, which depends on how much enhancement you desire. Each syringe costs $1400 plus tax. Most patients receive one or two syringes of filler.
What are the effects of the G-Shot® Injection?
Heightened arousal, and orgasms increased in both intensity and frequency are among the top reported results.
Are there any side effects or risks of the G-Shot® Injection?
The side effects are minimal, but can include pain and swelling. Some risks include but are not limited to excessive swelling, infection, possible nodule formation, and constant sensitivity of the G-spot.
What happens after the G-Shot® Injection wears off?
Typically, the effects last around four to six months. Because the filler is made of hyaluronic acid—a naturally occurring substance in our bodies—the body will absorb it over time, and the G-spot will shrink back to its normal size. At that time, you can get another G-Shot® Injection.