The g-spot and the clitoris have come under the microscope of those using dermal fillers and PRP (platelet-rich plasma) for enhancing sexual pleasure in women – a nice first.

G-spot alterations include fat grafting and fillers like hyaluronic acid applied to the top wall of the vagina in the area thought to house the g-spot. This area, it seems, is actually related to the clitoris, which is big, with legs – read more about the clitoris here. The point is to increase the size of the g-spot, and therefore sexual pleasure. This works by applying pressure onto the clitoral structures. There isn’t a lot of information about the outcomes of this, and there is the risk of complications.

Clitoral injections are now being used to actually increase the tissue of the clitoris and area around the Skene’s glands (responsible for female ejaculation), in the O-Shot. This is a branded PRP injection.

The shot uses only your own tissue – your blood – so the risk of allergic reactions or other complications drops significantly. Platelet-rich plasma has been used for many medical purposes with great results for many years, and it is thought to be safe and effective in those other areas, using stem cells. These stem cells increase blood flow, tissue growth, and tissue regeneration, including nervous system tissues. This regeneration and expansion increases sexual responsiveness.

There isn’t much data on it, but in the main pilot study, women saw improvements in desire, arousal, lubrication and orgasm. There were no statistically significant improvements in satisfaction and pain. Apparently, they loved it.

Side effects of the O-Shot

Two ladies ended up with extreme sexual arousal after their shots, which meant they were sexually aroused while peeing, had ejaculatory orgasms, were continuously aroused, and had spontaneous orgasms. This result was mostly found in younger women who had the least dysfunction, and these side-effects resolved. No other unfavourable side-effects were reported.

Reported results

  • More and better clitoral stimulation
  • Vulvar (labial) tissue smoothed out
  • The vaginal opening (introitus) tightened
  • Stronger orgasms
  • Orgasms more frequently
  • Sex drive lift-off
  • ‘Vaginal’ orgasms
  • Less pain for those with pain conditions
  • More natural lubrication
  • Reductions in urinary incontinence

 

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