Don’t be duped by ads touting orgasm shots
Submitted By: Marc Gittelman
Submitted On: May 22, 2007
Q: I have heard ads for G spot shots to enhance sexual pleasure. What do you think?
A: It’s a reincarnation of the snake oil salesman of the early 1900s.
The G spot is the upper folds of the vagina near the vaginal opening. Many clinicians, including myself, believe that the G spot is able to provide a different type of stimulation and a different type of orgasm than achieved with clitoral stimulation. But the exact location of the G spot varies with each woman, as does the response stimulation.
The concept of the G shot or G spot amplification is to inject chemically made or human made collagen into the vagina. There is no scientifically acceptable evidence that this technique is successful.
Using the material derived from another person’s body or from a factory carries some inherent risk unless processed properly.
Who really knows what you’re getting, and why would injections of collagen or fascia improve sensitivity anywhere, in the body, no less the G spot?
The concept of finding something to enhance any sexually stimulated area is well worth developing. But be patient and see if this technique proves to have any worth.