WTF Is... G-Spot Am­pli­fi­ca­tion?

More im­por­tantly, should you try it?

Women's Health (South Africa) - - CONTENTS - By Leigh Cham­pa­nis-King

Painful in­ter­course. Di­min­ished arousal and or­gasm. Gen­i­tal dry­ness. Fa­mil­iar with any of these lady-wood killers? There’s a good chance many of you are. “As we age, the amount of hyaluronic acid in tis­sue di­min­ishes, some­times re­sult­ing in dif­fi­culty dur­ing sex,” ex­plains aes­thetic gy­nae­col­o­gist and en­do­scopic sur­geon, Dr Natalia Novikova from Aes­thet­icGy­nae­col­o­gist.com. But there’s a so­lu­tion: G-spot am­pli­fi­ca­tion, aka the G-shot. “It’s an in­jec­tion that en­hances feel­ing in the G-spot, cre­at­ing more full­ness and al­low­ing women to ex­pe­ri­ence en­hanced sex­ual arousal as well as more in­tense and deeper or­gasms,” says Novikova. “Women who have lost sex­ual sen­sa­tion or vagi­nal or­gasm or women who ex­pe­ri­ence pain dur­ing in­ter­course and gen­i­tal dry­ness of­ten feel dra­mat­i­cally in­creased sen­sa­tion,” ex­plains Novikova. So how does it work? The pro­ce­dure takes just a few min­utes and the doc­tor will use a specu­lum (the in­stru­ment used dur­ing a Pap smear) to reach your G-spot. A numb­ing cream is ap­plied and then hyaluronic acid is in­jected into the spot. Won­der­ing what’s so spe­cial about this par­tic­u­lar acid? “It has an ex­cep­tional abil­ity to bind wa­ter and there­fore gives struc­ture and mois­ture to any dam­aged tis­sue in the G-spot area,” ex­plains Novikova. The gy­nae­col­o­gist fur­ther ex­plains that “women who were able to ex­pe­ri­ence vagi­nal or­gasm eas­ily, but now face dif­fi­culty with it are likely candidates for the treat­ment.” If you’re in­ter­ested in un­der­go­ing the pro­ce­dure, it’s im­por­tant to un­der­stand that it’s not a mir­a­cle cure – it’s not go­ing to help you with sex­ual dys­func­tion or prob­lems in your re­la­tion­ships. But if you’re look­ing to re­vive your sen­sa­tion dur­ing sex to its for­mer glory, it could help you reach that sweet spot.

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