Vaginal Sensation Sensation & Appearance
The Gräfenberg spot, more commonly known as the G-spot, is an internal erogenous zone located on the front vaginal wall. There is some controversy about its existence. When stimulated, the G-spot can lead to more intense sexual arousal and stronger orgasms, yet can be difficult for women and their partners to locate and stimulate properly. The G-spot augmentation procedure is a simple injection that enlarges the G-spot for improved sensation without surgery.
The G-spot is located beneath the surface of the anterior vaginal wall, typically about halfway between the cervix and the pubic bone. Because of its location, this erogenous zone can only be stimulated indirectly through the vaginal wall. This normally occurs during intercourse to some extent, but G-spot augmentation can help those women who desire more sensation, or who want to experience more intense vaginal orgasms.
G-spot augmentation delivers a shot of filler directly to the G-spot, enlarging the erogenous area to about the size of a quarter in diameter and augmenting the thickness as well. In a pilot study, 87 percent of women reported enhanced sexual arousal and gratification following the injection.
Dr. Sergio Verduzco will position you in stirrups, similar to getting a Pap smear. Next, he’ll measure exactly where you currently feel the most sensation in your vaginal wall, so he can more precisely target the treatment to your unique anatomy. Finally, the area is numbed with a local anesthetic and Dr. Placik administers the injection. After the treatment, Dr. Placik will ask you to wear a tampon for 4 hours.
How long does the treatment take?
The entire appointment generally takes less time than your lunch break, and you can resume sexual activity as soon as the tampon is removed, about 4 hours following your procedure. Results should be immediately noticeable, and can last for several months or more.