So, you want the “In’s & Out’s” of G-Spot injections? OK, but only if you accept that there is definitely a pun intended!
The lovely little G-Spot was named after Dr. Ernest Grafenburg who decided to write an article about it in the Journal of Sexology… that’s right, Sexology… more than 50 years ago. It’s a tiny cluster of nerve fibers and soft tissue that expands during sex and supposedly puts the “O” in orgasm.
In this day and age when anything can be nipped, tucked, or injected, why not the G-spot too? Using fillers to enhance the “G” is becoming more popular, and here’s why:
The entire procedure takes less than 10 minutes and can be done in the office with local anesthesia. The injection itself only last about 10 seconds, and it’s completely painless (after the local anesthesia takes effect).
Most women who are brave enough to let someone put a needle down there are happy that they did it. Since the filler expands the G-Spot, it makes sense that sex might feel better after the injection, and most of the time this seems to be true.
It’s Instantly Gratifying
Pun intended again 😉 The best part about the injections is that you can test the results as soon as you get home to find out if you are the one who’ll be spent, or if it was just your money.
On the flip side, and the more serious side, there are no procedures that come (last pun, I promise) without risks. Obviously these injections involve putting a needle into a very sensitive area with lots of nerve endings. There is always a chance that some of those nerves may get a little inflamed and cause the undesirable rather than the desirable. Make sure you can accept that possibility before you go for the “G”old (OK, that’s really the last one!)
It’s also important to remember that the results are not permanent. You will need to have the procedure repeated every 3-6 months to maintain the effect.
Wow… Now I’m really spent! The End.
Nicholas Vendemia, M.D. Plastic Surgeon, New York City MAS / Manhattan Aesthetic Surgery www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com
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