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The shot is a simple, nonsurgical, physician-administered treatment that can temporarily augment the Grafenburg spot (G-Spot) in sexually active women with normal sexual function.

Is G-Spot Amplification For You?

G-Spot Amplification is a procedure that augments, or enlarges, the G-Spot in women.

This is a simple office procedure, which takes about 15 minutes, and results in heightened sexual arousal and an increase in vaginal orgasms.

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What to Expect

The G-Shot is a painless office procedure performed in our office under local anesthesia.

The actual injection usually takes less than 8 seconds and the total time in the examination room is usually less than 15 minutes.

A specially designed speculum is used to assist in the delivery of a specified amount of cosmetic filler directly into the G-Spot after local anesthesia.

The G-Shot and the G-spot shot augments (enlarges) the G-Spot. This results in a G-Spot about the size of a quarter in width, and one fourth of an inch in height (meaning the projection into the vagina).

In less than 4 hours your new G-Spot is ready to go.

After the procedure there's no recovery time needed.

The most common side effect following injection includes scant bleeding from the needle injection site, which will be absorbed by the tampon.

You can continue with your daily activities straight away.

Sexual intercourse can be performed after 4 hours.

The results speak for themselves: 87% of women report faster, stronger, and more intense orgasms for four to six months.

However individual results may vary.

Harley Street Surgery of London has been on the forefront of medical and surgical innovation. We continuously offer patients the most cutting edge techniques in medical treatment. If you would like to learn more about how you could benefit from this treatment, please contact our office for a private consultation appointment.

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