In recent years, Technology and medical science have developed heavily and led to possibilities that were once dreamt of. Treatments for sexual dysfunctions are no different with huge advancements in the field that has led to offer diverse solutions. Procedures and treatments for women’s sexual health are becoming increasingly popular and readily available. Many women who face the problem of experiencing an orgasm have the treatment that could do this for them. That too, by using their blood as medicine termed as the G-shot.
Sexual dysfunctions and treating them:
Even with the advancement in medical science and the open-minded nature of modern women, many of them are still hesitant to discuss their sexual issues with doctors. Many sexual issues are arising from insufficient lubrication, pain during intercourse due to abnormal vaginal canal (either too loose or tight), and the inability to attain orgasm. This may lead to a problem in sex drives, libido, or even lead to mental and other physical issues. They can highly impact the self-confidence of a woman and lead to anxiety among the partners.
What is the G-Shot?
The G-spot is a delicate area of the anterior vaginal wall that is enjoyed by significant women when stirred during sexual activity. The G-shot is an easy, non-invasive treatment that can temporarily augment the G-Spot in sexually active women with regular sexual function. Injecting the G-spot with Hyaluronic acid-based injections are supposed to enhance the vaginal sensitivity for better sexual arousal and satisfaction. Women who are facing trouble in attaining an orgasm may get useful help from the G-Shot procedure.
How is G-shot different from the O-shot?
O-shot differs from G-shot in the substance that is used in the injection. Platelet-rich protein (PRP) is used in O-shot instead of a synthetic filler product. The G-spot is named after Dr. Ernest Grafenberg, who first defined it in an article in 1950 at the International Journal of Sexology. He mentioned this heavily sensitive part inside the vagina that arouses when it is stirred and provides a strong and satisfying climax.
Who can receive G-shot?
The G-Shot is for women who have normal sexual functioning. It is not for women who have sexual problems with the female sexual response cycle: arousal, plateau, orgasm, resolution); relationship problems or emotional/psychological problems. The treatment results vary from every individual as they may experience varied to zero effects. But many studies have shown that the majority of women have experienced enhanced sexual satisfaction. The results from these procedures last around 4 months.
The G-shot procedure is a relatively small office treatment that is done in a doctor’s office by employing local anesthesia. The process of injecting this takes less than 8 seconds and your complete visit will last only for around 30 minutes. High molecular weight hyaluronan is directly injected into the G-spot with the aid of a specially designed speculum. This enhances the G-spot area and results in increasing its size on an average by a quarter in width and one-fourth of an inch in height.
During the G-shot procedure, the woman will be lying on the treatment table with legs hold on stirrups. A specialist doctor will perform a pelvic examination to know the exact location of the G-spot with the aid of the patient. The specially designed speculum will be put in the vagina to start with the application of the local anesthetic. Depending on the analysis of the pelvic exam, the hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Perlane, and Juvederm) will be given to the G-spot. A usual side effect following the procedure is minor bleeding from the needle injection site. A tampon will be asked to be worn after the treatment completion to avoid spot bleeding from the needle injections. The Tampon will be removed and normal sexual activity can be resumed 4 hours after treatment. The main aim of the G-Shot is to stir the tissue around the “G-spot” to enhance sensitivity and sexual satisfaction. There will be no downtime from the procedure and you can be ready to perform your routine activities.
The results last to around 4 months when maintenance treatments would be required. The results of this treatment vary with each individual and hence will need the consultation of an expert for performing the procedure in sterile settings. As there is global sexual awareness and freedom among women, this procedure is further expected to enhance in the coming days.
Is the procedure safe?
G Spot Amplification™ or G-Shot is not permitted use of any of the dermal fillers by the FDA and is performed an off-label use. But, injecting collagen into the vagina has been done for several years for the treatment of an ailment called intrinsic sphincter deficiency (ISD) which mainly impacts old women who constantly leak urine. This procedure uses various fillers or bio-injectables as bulking agents to block the internal sphincter and offer continency. Multiple scientific studies have been done on the injection of collagen ingredients, fillers, and bio-injectables into the vagina for the above-mentioned issues. A significant portion of studies indicates that these practices are safe and rarely have complications.
If you experience any abnormal swelling, redness, or itching at the injection site, then it should be immediately reported to your doctor. There are some reported cases of urinary tract infections, urinary retention, and urethral irritation, periurethral pseudocyst formation, and urethrovaginal fistula have been reported rarely. Some other issues like excessive bleeding, open sores, abscess formation, lumps, scarring have also been seen in rare situations. Still, each patient has explained the risks and complications of the procedure. They are also given a consent form to read, understand, and sign before the procedure.
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