Last updated date: 16-Jun-2023
Originally Written in English
Three ladies who had surgery to increase the sensitivity of their G-spot may now climax through intercourse. All of the anonymous patients, like millions of other women throughout the world, were unable to climax solely by vaginal penetration. The operation tightens tissue in the vaginal wall around the so-called G spot, a region of the vagina that is said to cause strong orgasms when stimulated, but specialists disagree on whether this is true.
What is G Spot?
The term G Spot refers to a region in the vagina that reacts extremely intensely to sexual stimulation. G-spot stimulation causes vaginal orgasm. G-spot was named after the 1950s sexologist Ernst Gräfenberg, who was the first to examine female pleasure. For a long time controversial and taboo, the presence of perennial glandular tissue, now known as G-spot, has been proven by recent medical research, which concluded that 80% of women had this tissue in the vaginal area.
This coin-sized area is positioned on the anterior vaginal wall, approximately five cm from the vaginal entrance. The G spot's sensitivity varies from woman to woman. The presence of the orgasmic G spot is a contentious question in the scientific world. When the G Spot is aroused, it produces a clear fluid that is expelled from the vagina via glandular ducts or the urethra. Female ejaculation is another term for this.
G-spot amplification methods, which have recently become available, can improve the stimulation of this region during sex. G-spot amplification can help women who have a sexual pleasure problem, or a lack of vaginal stimulation and an inability to achieve orgasm. These women may have never experienced vaginal pleasure or have had their pleasure diminish over time. This can be explained by tissue atrophy, as the decrease in androgens over time reduces the receptivity and activity of G-spot cells.
Principles of G-spot Amplification Surgery
The purpose of a G-spot amplification technique is to inflate the "female prostate" in order to stimulate it during sexual intercourse and so improve vaginal pleasure. It is critical to remember that orgasm is a multifactorial phenomena with a considerable psychogenic component. Amplifying the G-spot area makes "mechanical" stimulation of this area easier, but it does not ensure an easy vaginal orgasm.
Two techniques are used in order to amplify the G-spot: hyaluronic acid injections or lipostructure.
G-spot by Injection of Hyaluronic Acid
Because hyaluronic acid is a natural component of human tissues and retains water (hydrophilic action), injections of this material allow for natural volume replacement. Organically, hyaluronic acid may be found in the tissues of all living species. The manufactured hyaluronic acid is of non-animal origin, pure, and its degradation by the body occurs naturally thanks to enzymes that support tissue renewal in all humans.
In the instance of G-spot amplification, the surgery is conducted at the surgeon's office under local anesthetic. During the 30-minute operation, the surgeon injects 2 to 3 mL of hyaluronic acid into the G-spot region.
The injection is not painful. After an injection, there is a chance of temporary superficial bleeding. It is possible to have transient discomfort in the location of injection more seldom. Hyaluronic acid is a chemical that may be absorbed. The effects of a hyaluronic acid injection at the G-spot last about a year.
What should I expect during a consultation for nonsurgical aesthetic genital procedures?
Establish your goals before beginning any nonsurgical cosmetic genital procedure and evaluate them throughout your appointment. The radiofrequency and laser procedures can be performed by a nurse or physician's assistant, but it's critical to find a board-certified cosmetic surgeon's clinic. When nonsurgical options fail to produce results, surgery may be necessary.
During your consultation for nonsurgical aesthetic genital procedures be prepared to discuss:
- Your treatment goals
- Medical conditions, drug allergies and medical treatments
- Current medications, vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, tobacco and drug use
- Previous treatments and/or surgeries
Your surgeon may also:
- Evaluate your general health status and any pre-existing health conditions or risk factors
- Take photographs
- Discuss your options
- Recommend a course of treatment
- Discuss likely outcomes of nonsurgical aesthetic genital procedures and any risks or potential complications
- Discuss the use of anesthesia during your nonsurgical aesthetic genital procedure
Make a point of asking inquiries. To assist you, we've created a list of questions to ask your cosmetic surgeon that you may bring with you to your consultation.
It is critical that you grasp every element of your nonsurgical cosmetic genital treatments. It's normal to experience some worry, whether it's enthusiasm for your upcoming new appearance or tension. Don't be afraid to express your emotions to your plastic surgeon.
G-spot Amplification Using Lipostructure
Lipostructure is a method for re-injecting fat. It reinjects it into another bodily area using the patient's own fat cells. The surgeon starts by identifying the fat collection areas and the reinjection site, which in this case is the G-spot area.
A fat tissue sample is obtained by making a small incision in an area of the body where there is an excess of fat cells.
After removing the fat, it is centrifuged for a few minutes to separate the cells that will be grafted (intact fat cells) from those that must not be grafted. The fat injection is performed with a microcannula, which allows for 1 mm incisions.
A lipostructure G-spot amplification is a cosmetic surgery technique (and not aesthetic medicine procedure, as it is the case for hyaluronic acid injections). It necessitates outpatient hospitalization (usually one day).
Long-lasting effects are one of the benefits of lipostructure, since the reinjected fat is not destroyed by the body (save for the first 10 to 20% injected fat, which resorbs over the first weeks and is balanced throughout the injection) .
Whatever approach is used, there is a distant danger of infection, injuring the urethra, or sealing the urethra linked with G-spot amplification.
Success of Treatment
The presence of the G spot, or at least of a sexually sensitive area in the anterior vaginal wall, has not been scientifically proved. There are some ladies who have very little vaginal stimulation. Others, on the other hand, have no issue having a vaginal orgasm.
If the vagina has already been stretched to a large extent, such as during childbirth, treatment success is lower than in women who have not yet had a vaginal delivery. Enlarging an erogenous zone has a 70% chance of increasing the potential for stimulation and achieving orgasm. This, like any medical procedure, cannot be guaranteed. You simply have to try it.
- Showering, water, soap
You can take a shower after two days, but may only use clear water for one week. Please only use pH-neutral products. No baths!
- Sexual intercourse
Sexual intercourse is permitted again after two weeks
You should not do any strenuous sports for two weeks
How many appointments do I need?
You will need three appointments for G spot injections: a consultation/preliminary examination, surgery, and a check-up the morning after the procedure. It is possible that the consultation and surgical procedure will not take place on the same day.
The method isn't the only one accessible for G-spot amplification. Others include the "G-shot," which is a collagen injection into the vagina to increase feeling in the region. G-spot therapies have become a multimillion-dollar industry, promising to increase female sexual pleasure while providing little evidence that these therapies work beyond a placebo effect.
G-spotplasty reinforces the message that they have a problem, and that the problem is their own body for women who are sexually dissatisfied. What was once thought statistically typical - trouble having orgasms with penetrative vaginal intercourse - is now deemed problematic. Women should be wary of procedures that target the G spot because they may jeopardize their health in the pursuit of a highly contested ideal of female pleasure.
A G spot injection carries no significant risks or consequences. Severe pain is not to be anticipated. If a patient has significant edema, the flow of urine may be disrupted, necessitating the use of a bladder catheter for a brief period of time.
Costs and operating time
Hyaluronic acid enlargement of the G spot takes around 30 minutes and costs 1,600 EUR. Enlargement by autologous fatty tissue injection takes around an hour and costs 2,500 EUR. If the therapy is being performed for reasons other than medical, the mandatory VAT must be paid. The procedure charge must be paid in full before the surgery day. A 500 EUR payment is necessary to reserve a surgical appointment.
G-spot amplification is a "functional" intimate surgery procedure that involves temporarily increasing the size and sensitivity of the G-spot with a filler injected into the septum between the bladder and the anterior wall of the vagina in order to increase the frequency and importance of female orgasm during vaginal penetration.