Woodinville Women's Clinic and Optimal HealthZora Pesio, RNC, MSN, ARNP

14040 NE 181st, Suite 1000
Woodinville, WA  98072
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425-483-1777
Fax: 425-483-9777

Office Hours:
Monday: Closed

Tues, Wed, Thurs: 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Closed Friday
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The G-Spot Shot

The G-spot is named for Dr. Ernest Grafenberg, who first described it in a 1950 article in the International Journal of Sexology. He found a highly erogenous zone inside the vagina that gets bigger when directly stimulated and that can lead to a powerful climax. 

 

Grafenberg’s findings were that: 

• an erotic zone could always be demonstrated on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra,… [which] seems to be surrounded by erectile tissue like the corpora cavernosa [of the penis]…. In the course of sexual stimulation, the female urethra begins to enlarge and can be easily felt. It swells out greatly at the end of orgasm. The most stimulating part is located at the posterior urethra, where it arises from the neck of the bladder. 

• As sex is among the more powerful forms of pleasurable stimuli known to man, researchers among the biological, anthropological, and medical fields have endeavored to discover greater knowledge of human sexuality.

This discovery can enhance sexual stimulation for women and deepen many facets of pleasure. 

The G-SHOT® (clinical description: G-Spot Amplification™ or GSA™), is a simple, nonsurgical practitioner -administered treatment that can temporarily augment the Grafenburg spot (G-Spot) in sexually active women with normal sexual function. In a pilot study, 87% of women surveyed after receiving the G-Shot reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification. Results do vary. The affect can last for up to 4 months, and longer in most cases.

Before you try and schedule your first G-Shot® treatment consultation, you probably have some questions, such as: How long will it take? How long will the results last? When can I resume sex?

Here’s what you might expect at the doctor’s office from the moment you arrive until your procedure is done. (Please note that although this experience is typical, the routine at your doctor’s office may be different.)

The day of your appointment

Allow time before your appointment for filling out forms and for consulting with the doctor or a member of his or her staff. You may also be asked about your expectations for treatment and if you have any allergies or any condition that wouldn’t make you a good candidate for the G-Shot.

Before the procedure

In the consultation process your doctor will educate you on the G-Spot and how to localize it. Your doctor will go over risks and complications verbally and he or she will give you written consent as well. It is important to the doctor that every patient is completely informed of the risks, complications and alternatives to the procedure (please see risk and complications). You will then go into the examination room alone and perform a self examination based upon the doctor’s instructions and after you are comfortable with the localization of the G-Spot you will notify the assistant and they will come in to start the procedure.

The procedure

You will be positioned on the examination table as if you are “getting a PAP smear” and the doctor will do a pelvic exam and measurement of the G-Spot based upon your direction. He will transfer this measurement to a ruler and then a special speculum. The speculum, which has the location of the G-Spot on it, will then be inserted into the vagina and then a small needle will be used to deliver a small amount of local anesthetic in the area of the G-Spot. Then the high molecular weight hyaluronan will be injected. After this a tampon is placed (the tampon is to be removed in 4 hours). The entire G-Shot® injection procedure takes approximately 10 minutes. 

After the procedure 

There’s no recovery time needed. You’re ready to get on with your day! The most common side effect following injection includes scant bleeding from the needle injection site.

Results 

Within 4 hours you can resume normal sexual activity.