G-Spot Amplification

G-Spot Amplification™ is a simple, non-surgical treatment, administered by the doctor, which can temporarily increase the G-Spot in women who are sexually active and have normal sexual function. Collagen, approved by the Food and Drug Administration, is used and does not require prior skin testing.

The G-Spot was first described by Dr. Ernest Grafenberg in 1950 in the International Journal of Sexology. The G-Spot is a highly erogenous zone located in the anterior wall of the vagina, about two to three inches inside. It increases in size when it is stimulated and leads to potent orgasms.

The procedure is performed during a less than 30-minute office visit. The injection takes less than eight seconds. The patient performs a self-exam and locates the G-Spot. Based on the patient’s localization, the doctor measures the G-Spot. Local anesthesia is given and the collagen is injected. A tampon is then inserted for a period of four hours.

87 percent of women who receive this treatment report an increase in excitation and sexual satisfaction. Results vary and may last up to four months.


Did you know that there are other highly erogenous zones in and around the vagina?

AFE Zone – The anterior fornix erotic zone is located deep in the vagina, close to the cervix. It is a smooth area on the anterior wall of the vagina that is extremely sensitive to touch and appears as a spongy, wrinkled swelling. Pressure on it produces rapid lubrication of the vagina, even in women who are not normally sexually responsive.

U Spot – A tiny area of external tissue right above the urethra and below the clitoris. Any stimulation here needs to be very gentle to avoid urinary tract infections.

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