What is G spot enhancement (also commonly referred to as G Shot)?
Women who are able to achieve vaginal orgasms (referred to as “deep orgasms”) have slightly different or fuller tissue in the area known as the G spot than in women with only clitoral orgasms. In the study these differences were investigated. In the Journal of Sexual Medicine, DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00739.x), it was reported that women with vaginal orgasms had a thicker layer of tissue discovered on ultrasound in the area frequently referred to as the G spot which may account for their ability to achieve a deeper orgasm.
This thicker layer of tissue between the anterior (front) wall of the vagina and the urethra (urine tube) may account for the increased sensitivity and ability of these women to have a deeper or vaginal orgasm. When stimulated, this tissue thickens further, and the nerve endings appear to give a heightened sense of arousal, leading to a vaginal or “deep” orgasm. The G spot has not been found to have more nerve endings, but perhaps increased sensitivity for pleasure in these nerve tissues.
The concept of the G spot enhancement, is to thicken the area with commonly used filler so that increased arousal can occur. For women who are unable to have a vaginal orgasm (so they may feel they do not have a G Spot) this procedure thickens up the tissue in that area, and increases the chances of a deep, vaginal orgasm.
For women who already achieve vaginal orgasms, the thickening of this tissue may lead to more readily achieved, as well as more intense orgasms.