The G–Spot is a controversial concept. Named after Dr Grafenberg, it has been studied since the 1940’s. Various scientific anatomical papers have variously claimed to conclusively prove or disprove its existence.
It is generally described as being on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina approximately 6 cm in. It has been related to the underlying urethra (that carries urine out from the bladder) or Skene’s glands (which are the female equivalent of the prostate gland) or it may be an extension of the clitoris.
In some women there seems to be a palpable or measurable mass there. For some women it is a definite sensitive spot. For others it is a mystery.
The “G-Shot” used for G-spot augmentation was a collagen injection to the G–Spot popularised by Dr David Matlock for over a decade. The concept of G-spot augmentation is to raise a bump on the front wall of the vagina, in the region of the G–Spot, to increase its stimulation during sexual intercourse.
You will be positioned on your back like when you are having your Pap smear. If you can locate your G–Spot then it will be marked with a surgical marker. Then using a speculum a fine needle is used to inject a Hyaluronic Acid filler (just like we have been using in the face procedures for over a decade). The Hyaluronic Acid filler has its own local anaesthetic and lasts longer than the original collagen (usually 6 months). The whole G-Spot augmentation procedure lasts 15 minutes.
After the Procedure
You will be immediately back to normal activities and yes, you can have sex the same day. Otherwise the G–Spot augmentation may be done at the same time as other cosmetic vaginal surgeries such as labiaplasty, Labia majora augmentation or vaginal tightening.
It is thought that if you can definitely locate your G–Spot then the G-Spot augmentation procedure is more likely to work. However even if you have never experience the G–Spot for yourself, the G-Spot augmentation may be of benefit. On the other hand, even if you can definitely locate your G–Spot, G-Spot augmentation is not a guarantee of increased sexual gratification.
How to Proceed?
Book an appointment with our medical personnel and find out more about G-Spot augmentation in a friendly and supportive medical environment. You do not need a referral from your GP, but we would recommend that you do discuss it with them. Call our office in Perth to discuss your concerns with either Dr. Oates or his nurse educator. Once you feel comfortable with proceeding with G-Spot augmentation the usual waiting period is 4 weeks.