Increase and Amplification of the G-spot

What you need to know

A woman's pleasure comes from the stimulation of two sexual organs: the clitoris and the G-spot.
The G-spot owes its name to sexologist Ernest Gréfenberg, who conducted a scientific study on female pleasure in the 1950s.
The G-spot is a sexual organ and an erogenous zone of the vagina at a distance of 1 to 4 cm deep, which can cause in some women, during stimulation, an orgasm more powerful than the clitoral orgasm, caused by the clitoris.
The increase and amplification of the G-spot should stimulate orgasm in patients who most often have a sexual pleasure disorder with insufficient vaginal pleasure. It is also a therapeutic option for patients who have never had a vaginal orgasm.


Duration of hospital stay
10 to 20 minutes.
Under local anesthesia.
Average length of stay
24 hours.
The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis.

Increase and Amplification of the G-spot
Increase and Amplification of the G-spot

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Before the treatment

A prior consultation before this procedure allows the patient to discuss her motivations with the surgeon.
The day before the session, the patient should shave at home or in a hotel. A red betadine wash will necessarily be carried out the day before and the morning of the operation. Genital herpes outbreaks, penile dermatological conditions or urinary tract infections must be detected and treated before performing the procedure.
EMLA anesthetic cream will be applied 30 minutes before the session on the anterior wall of the vagina.
Avoid taking aspirin and anti-inflammatory medication for 3 days before the injection.
It is not necessary to fast, but alcohol is not recommended the day before and on the day of the injection.

What does it involve?

Hyaluronic acid is injected directly into the G-spot, which is previously identified by palpation. It is injected with a very fine needle, a perfectly painless procedure after the application of local anaesthesia.
The intervention lasts from 10 to 20 minutes.
The return to the home or hotel is done just after the session.

Increase and Amplification of the G-spot
Increase and Amplification of the G-spot

After the treatment

The consequences of an increase in the G-spot by injection of hyaluronic acid are characterized by slight discomfort (scratching and tingling sensation is possible within 24 hours)
The patient can return to work the same day as well as to sports.
Sexual intercourse is possible after 72 hours.
The result is immediate once the anesthesia is lifted in a few hours. The bulge of the G-spot inside the vagina is palpable.
This procedure lasts on average 6 to 8 months.

About Increase and Amplification of the G-spot

• Bleeding
• Exceptional infections
• Urethra wound
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