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The Facts of G-Spot Amplification3,300 Views
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Description: G-spot amplification promises lots of sexual benefits but is it everything you thought it would be? Check out this video to find out the facts about g-spot amplification.
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G-spot amplification makes big promises - enhanced arousal, stronger orgasms and more intense gratification. But does it really work? The Grafenberg spot, or G-spot, is an erogenous zone inside the front wall of the vagina that ranges in size from a dime to a half-dollar. According to German gynecologist, Dr. Ernest Grafenberg, this area enlarges when sexually stimulated. Some women claim that G-spot orgasms are even more powerful than clitoral ones. Unfortunately, the Grafenberg spot needs constant pressure and direct stimulation to effectively bring a woman to orgasm. And unless a woman is already aroused, it can be nearly impossible for her or her partner to find. This is why G-spot amplification or the G-shot was invented. This simple needle injection procedure is administered by doctor's who believe in it's efficacy. To do it, a doctor injects a bulking filler of collagen or hyaluronanic acid into the general area of the G-spot. The idea is that the bulking caused by the injection makes the G-spot bigger and easier for a woman and her partner to find. The effects of this procedure are said to last about four months. But it�s not cheap.The G-shot costs between $1,200 and $1,800 and it is NOT covered by insurance. With a price tag like that, the obvious question is �Does it work?� In a word: doubtful. There aren�t any clinical trials showing that G-spot augmentation works, nor is the procedure FDA-approved. And while injecting collagen into the human body isn�t unprecedented - that doesn't mean that the procedure works to enhance sexual sensations in the genitalia. Much more important than the cost or the effectiveness is the issue of SAFETY. The medical profession has no idea if G-spot amplifications are safe, and all procedures, no matter how �minor� carry the real potential for complications. So, until there is hard data showing the safety and efficacy of the G-shot, women would be wise to hold off on trying it.