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Description: G-spot amplification is a procedure with no research backing its effectiveness. Learn more about this potentially risky procedure in this video.
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urinating, bladder infections, impaired sexual sensation, ruptured blood vessels, ruptured vaginal nerves
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G-spot amplification is a hot topic, all puns intended. Proponents say that by injecting collagen into the vaginal wall, it makes the g-spot bigger and enhances sexual pleasure. There's just one problem: There's not a smidge of data showing that this is indeed true. Although a quick Internet search on the topic returns countless references to a study that found 87% of women reported enhanced sexual arousal and gratification after receiving a G-shot, a little more digging reveals that this data comes directly from the company that invented the procedure. And when inquiring minds have asked for a copy of the research, the company's founder says that he 'simply cannot share details of his unpublished study.' Even without proper, peer-reviewed, scientifically designed clinical trials that prove the effectiveness of sexual enhancement surgery, there's still no evidence that this procedure is safe. Risks include problems urinating, bladder infections, or even impaired sexual sensation by disruption nerves and blood vessels. For now, it's impossible to know if vaginal surgery is more likely to improve a woman's sex life or devastate it. Besides, why risk it when there truly is research to prove harmless and ever-helpful Kegel exercise leads to stronger orgasms? Check out other videos on this site to learn more about kegel fitness.