G-Spot Amplification: What Everybody Ought to Know About The "G-Shot"
Posted Aug 15 2008 7:21am
Do you know how to find the G-Spot - Despite the tales of mind-blowing, bone-jarring sexual escapades, millions of women have never experienced a G-spot orgasm through intercourse. It remains a frustration in spite of our bodies’ seemingly-perfect design to tap into that well of pleasure.
In fact, many people doubt that the G-spot exists (it does). Our instinctive tendency is to find a "quick fix."
As our collective sexual frustration and our natural penchant for the speedy solution converge, a potential remedy has surfaced. Known as the "G-Shot", this remedy promises to transform the "hard to hit" G-spot into a "can’t miss" target. Below, we’ll take a closer look at the controversial G-Shot.
We’ll describe how it works, the risks involved and whether it truly offers access to the mythical G-spot orgasm.
Understanding How The G-Shot Works
In its simplest form, the G-Shot makes a woman’s G-spot larger. In fact, the procedure is often called G-Spot Amplification®. It involves injecting a small amount of collagen into the area of the vaginal wall where the G-spot is located.
The collagen enlarges the G-spot, making it easier for men to stimulate the area . Ultimately, the increased stimulation can lead to stronger, longer-lasting orgasms.
The G-Shot is administered by a doctor and requires local anesthesia. Women who have undergone the procedure claim the entire process takes less than 30 minutes. However, even though the procedure is convenient, it’s important to note that there are risks involved.
Risks Associated With The G-Shot
While many women who have had the G-spot collagen injection claim that it makes achieving orgasms easier , the G-Shot is not without potential unpleasant side effects. For example, some have experienced bladder discomfort. Others have noticed blood present in their urine.
Still others report experiencing a feeling of constant sexual arousal . Other side effects that are associated with the G-Shot procedure include allergic reactions, urinary tract infections, off-putting vaginal discharges and pain during intercourse.
Though the G-Shot is routinely advertised as a "quick fix" solution for an inability to have dependable G-spot orgasms , there are significant risks. In fact, because the number of potential side effects is extensive, a woman is typically required to sign a consent form prior to having the procedure performed.
Doubt From The Medical Community
Adding to the controversy is the fact that many in the medical establishment scoff at the G-Shot’s effectiveness. Their misgivings are largely based upon the lack of clinical evidence supporting the procedure’s efficacy. While many women who have received the collagen injection contend that the shot has a positive effect on their ability to reach a G-spot orgasm , data is limited.