G marks the spot…….. Have you shot the G yet?

 

If you’re loosing your sexual urge or drive in experiencing sexual pleasure or orgasm, this may just be what the doctor ordered for you.

You don’t have to struggle with sex anymore. This isn’t just something for one age group of patients either. Many women struggle with achieving orgasm of various ages, including women from 20-40 years old who either struggle to achieve pleasure during intercourse or those that have experienced heightened pleasure before but find they aren’t as pleasured as they once used to be.

 

G-Shot for the G-Spot

 

What is the G Spot?

The G Spot is called the Gräfenberg Spot. Identified by a German gynaecologist. It refers to an erogenous zone in the vaginal wall which swells during sexual stimulation.

 

 

Where is the G Spot?

The G Spot is located around 5cm away from the vaginal opening in the anterior vaginal wall. It’s a spot which is very sensitive to sexual stimulation. Once stimulated, it releases a clear secretion that is discharged from the vagina and this phenomenon is referred to as ‘female ejaculation’.

It’s always easier to locate your G-spot in your own privacy without first getting your partner involved. Begin by massaging the opening to your vagina before inserting your fingers or a sex toy. Then, using your index fingers, lift upward toward your belly button in a “come here” motion. Remember it’s about identifying the rough region from which stimulation gives you the most pleasure or a sensation of wanting to pee.

 

 

What is the G-Shot?

It is a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment.

It is a revolutionary scientific breakthrough that enhances and enlarges the G-spot, a bean-shaped area located in the front of the vagina that is abundant with nerve tissue.

The idea, it seems, is that a larger, more pronounced G-spot would amount to heightened sexual arousal and an increase in vaginal orgasms. It can make orgasms more intense and potentially allow a woman multiple orgasms.

 

Is the G-Shot painful?

It is a simple, painless clinic procedure performed in our clinic under local anesthesia. It is a non-surgical, physician-administered treatment that augments the Grafenburg Spot.

 

How long does the G-Shot take?

It usualy takes around 30 minutes from start to finish.

 

How long do the effects of G-Shot last?

The augmentation can last anywhere from 4-6 months. Thereafter to maintain the effect, we recommend scheduling the procedure twice a year. This is mainly because the HA Fillers (with or without Plasma Rich Platelet) injected will get broken down and absorbed by the body by that time returning your G-Spot into its original size.

 

How is the G-Shot procedure carried out?

A thorough history and consultation is carried out to ensure this is the right procedure for you.

Next some local anaesthetic cream will be applied to the area that is to be injected.

You will be asked to locate your own G-Spot which will then be conferred by the doctor where the exact location is within the vagina.

A vaginal speculum with some lubricating jelly is inserted into the vagina to provide a field of vision to the G-Spot.

The area to be injected is then cleaned with a sterile swab.

A small puncture into the vaginal wall is made to deliver the product to the right area.

The vaginal speculum is removed and a tampon is inserted into the vagina to minimise any bleeding.

 

 

 

What are the risks of G-Shot?

Risks are minimal and the HA Fillers are very safe.

Less than 1% have post procedure bleeding or infection.

 

Which part of the menstrual cycle can the procedure be carried out?

 The procedure can be performed during any part of the menstrual cycle.

 

When can sexual intercourse take place after a G-Shot procedure?

Sexual activity can be resumed 4 hours after treatment.

 

Does the G-Shot enhance sexual pleasure?

The preliminary evidence indicates that these shots can enhance the orgasms of some women. As with many treatments in the growing field of female genital procedures, we will have a greater understanding of their effectiveness when we have rigorous scientific studies. In one study, 87% of women reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification after receiving the G-Shot.

An enlarged G-spot may not actually have much of an effect on some women. For women who don’t normally get pleasure from that area, they won’t feel much of an effect. Women who derive pleasure from vaginal stimulation are likely to feel more intense arousal with a G-spot augmentation.

Every female is different and some women orgasm predominantly from the clitoris and others more so from the vagina and the G-spot stimulation.

Orgasms are not one-size-fits-all, so there’s no right or wrong way to orgasm.

 

How much is the G-Shot?

£1500

 

What should you do?

Book a consultation with us and see if this is a treatment that would suit your needs. Call us on 0207 126 7111 or email us on Info@harleystreets.com we will then advise you on what the next steps are.

 

Harley Street Surgery brings you an Exclusive and Premier service in Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery by Dr D Bhar who brings training, experience and expertise from three different continents into one practice. 

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