G-shot and O-shot: G-spot amplification procedure

Designer Vaginal G-Spot Amplification, also known as G Shot, is a medical procedure designed to increase the sensitivity of the G-Spot region and intensify sexual pleasure.

What is the G spot?

The G-Spot, also known as Gräfenberg spot from the name of the German gynecologist who described it, is an erogenous area on the anterior wall of the vagina, 5-8 cm from the vaginal opening. When stimulated, the G-Spot leads to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasm and potential female ejaculation.

G spot amplification is one of the many designer vagina procedures available in female cosmetic genital surgery.

o-shot and g-spot amplification procedure

About the g-shot procedure

G-Shot is a quick and painless procedure that takes less than 15 minutes to be performed. The actual injection for G-Spot amplification takes just a couple of seconds and most of the time is used for the preparation to the procedure. G spot amplification is performed in the doctor’s office and a local anesthetic injected through a very tiny needle is used to avoid any discomfort or pain.

Finding the G-Spot and taking notes on its location is what takes most of the time: after the patient finds the most sensitive area on the anterior vaginal wall by palpation, the physician uses a specially designed speculum that allows to take measurements of its exact location. By taking measurements, the second time the procedure will be performed it will only take a few minutes, as the injection site will be known already. After administering the local anesthetic, a dermal filler is injected in the G-Spot area.

About the O-shot amplification procedure

O shot is known also as orgasm shot. The procedure involves the injection of PRP (platelet rich plasma) around the clitoris, in the g-spot area of the anterior vaginal wall and in the labia. PRP is obtained by drawing a small amount of blood from the patient’s arm and then processing it with a centrifuge. PRP contains a concentrate of growth factors that are being used lately for a great variety of applications, mainly for tissue rejuvenation and regeneration purposes. By stimulating tissue growth and the creation of new blood vessels and nerves for better blood flow and sensitivity in the target areas, the providers of this treatment claim it may help women suffering with sexual dysfunction, it may help with lubrication, urinary incontinence as well as increase sexual pleasure and sexual arousal and enhance the overall sexual experience.

There is very little and questionable research on this procedure, more high-quality data is needed to assess the benefits as well as the risks and potential complications of O-Shot amplification.

How long does G-Spot amplification last?

G-spot amplification is effective on average for 4 months. Duration varies depending on the specific substance injected and on the physiology of the patient: collagen or hyaluronic acid are generally used for this procedure; in some patients the active ingredient is resorbed more quickly while in others it lasts for longer. Autologous fat may be used as well and in this case the effects will be long lasting.

Does g-spot amplification work?

The existence of the g-spot itself has actually never been scientifically proven. Not all women can reach an orgasm just through vaginal stimulation.

Women who can reach a vaginal orgasm or who can feel the existence of an erogenous area on their anterior vaginal wall may benefit from g spot amplification. Results vary among women and there is still limited data on this procedure. In a pilot study by Dr. David Matlock, the inventor of the G-Shot procedure, 87% of women receiving the G-Shot reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification.

What are the risks of g-spot amplification?

Due to the lack of studies there is limited knowledge on the possible risks and complications of g-spot amplification. By using resorbable dermal fillers the effects of this procedure are temporary, this means also that the possible complications, if any should arise, will be temporary as well. For this reason, permanent fillers should be avoided as they are difficult to remove completely and may result in permanent complications as well.

The treatment is not FDA-approved for this purpose, but fillers are injected and approved for use in the vagina for other medical conditions. The majority of studies on such conditions report that the injection of fillers into the vagina is safe and rarely leads to complications.

The possible risks associated with this procedure are:

  • Infection of the injection site
  • Bleeding from the injection site
  • Scarring
  • Necrosis
  • Allergic reaction to the filler or anesthetic
  • Dyspareunia (Painful sexual intercourse)
  • Constant awareness of the G-Spot
  • Constant sexual arousal

For more information on possible risks and complication ask your physician.

How much does the G-Spot injection cost?

Prices vary based on the substance injected, the country where you undergo treatment and

the chosen clinic and doctor. On average the g-spot augmentation procedure costs:

  • 1,200-2,200 EUR (1,400-2,550 USD) in Germany
  • 1,000-2,500 USD in the USA
  • Around 40,000 THB (1,200 USD) in Thailand.

If you want to know more about g-spot augmentation in Thailand, send us a message for a free quotation.


References
  • Aesthetic Surgery of the Female Genitalia.
    JMLCL Dobbeleir, K Van Landuyt – Seminars in Plastic Surgery, May 2011
  • Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery – Concepts, Classifications and Techniques
    CA Hamori, PE Banwell, R Alinsod – Thieme, 2017
  • International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease Recommendations Regarding Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery.
    P Vieira-Baptista et al. – Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease, Oct 2018
  • G-Shot consent form retrieved from thegshot.com
  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

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