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Author Topic: injection that gives better orgasms by making G-spot swell  (Read 15303 times)
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« on: August 11, 2008, 04:09:32 PM »

Hi Everyone,

I'm happy to see this forum has been given new life! I hope members will come back and start posting again.

I came across this article (see below) on injecting collagen in the G-spot for better orgasms.

Has anyone tried it? Does it work? And does it help you have multiple orgasms?!

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WOMEN can now have an injection that gives better orgasms by making their G-spot swell.

The G-Shot uses collagen to dramatically boosts the sensitive area to the size of a 10p coin and a quarter of an inch high.

Sensitivity is tripled, which can lead to multiple orgasms – meaning women will never need to fake it like Meg Ryan’s famous scene in When Harry Met Sally.

The jab, under local anaesthetic, takes eight seconds – but costs £800.

Until now it was the preserve of the rich. Hollywood women would plan “G-Shot parties”.

Now it is available for the first time in Britain from UK Laser Rejuvenation Centre in London.

But the clinic’s Professor Phanuel Dartey warned: “About 15 per cent of women do not have a G-spot.”

from: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article983718.ece
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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2008, 11:14:05 AM »

Hi Honourine,

Welcome to the FMO forum and thanks for your interesting post!

Here's some additional about "G-spot augmentation", otherwise known under the trademark as the "G-shot":
-patented and trademarked in 2005 by Dr. David Matlock (fans of surgery programs on tv will surely recognize his name!)
-like for other collagen injections, the collagen is reabsorbs into the body, in this case within about four months
-no published studies yet done on the effectiveness of this procedure
-a survey based on 20 of Matlock’s patients reports that 85% of patient reports that it worked
-some medical professionals say that the procedure can be damaging, leading to scarring, infection and altered sexual sensations
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2008, 12:22:06 AM »

First off the list of possible side effects is insane. If partners would learn how to stimulate the GSpot properly you wouldn't need a $3,500 operation that has to be repeated in 8 months - provided you live through the first one.

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I FOUND that list. It comes in the form of a simple disclaimer.

4. I understand the risks associated with the proposed procedure(s) to be:
Bleeding
Infection
Urinary retention
Accelerated collagen re-absorption
No effect at all
Allergic reaction
Constant awareness of the G-Spot (OK, so I might be able to live
A feeling of always being “turned on” (with these two)
Constant vaginal wetness
Mental preoccupation of the G-Spot
Alteration of the function of the G-Spot
Sexual function alteration
Hematoma (collection of blood)
Collagen site ulceration
Urethral injury (tube you urinate through)
Urinary retention
Hematuria (blood in urine)
UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)
Urinary Urgency (feel like you always have to urinate)
Urinary Frequency
Increased/worsening nocturia (waking up several times at night to urinate)
Change in urinary stream
Urethreal-vaginal fistula (hole between urethra and vagina)
Vesico-vaginal fistula (hole between bladder and vagina)
Dyspareunia (Painful intersourse)
Need for subsequent surgery
Alteration of vaginal sensations
Scar formation (vaginal)
Urethral stricture (abnormal narrowing of the urethra)
Local tissue infarction and necrosis
Yeast infection
Vaginal Discharge
Spotting between periods
Bladder Pain
Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Bladder Fullness
Exposed Material
Pelvic Pain
Pelvic Heaviness
Collagen injected into the bladder or urethra
Erosion
Fatigue
Damage to nearby organs including bladder, urethra and ureters
Alteration of bladder dynamics
Post-operative pain
Prolonged pain
Intractable pain
Alteration of the female sexual response cycle
Failed procedure
Varied results
Psychological alterations
Relationship problems
Sex life alteration
Decreased sexual function
Possible hospitalization for treatment of complications
Lidocaine toxicity
Anesthesia reaction
Embolism
Depression
Reactions to medications including anaphylaxis
Nerve damage
Permanent numbness
Slow healing
Swelling
Sexual dysfunction
Allergy to Collagen material
Collagen migration
Nodule formation

Who could resist trying such a procedure After all - what more could possibly go wrong!

ONE minor, inconsequential complication that THEY missed in their brief list was - DEATH by toxic plasmosis. Massive liver failure and permanent sterilization are also common results of toxo-plasmosis.
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« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2008, 11:41:03 AM »

Here is what can be read elsewhere:
In a pilot study of GSA, we found that 87% of women reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification. During the procedures there were no complications noted and GSA appeared to be safe. In fact, with the review of the literature, less than 1% of the studies for collagen treatment of ISD/SUI showed any complications at all. The reported minor complication in the review of the literature was urinary retention which resolved with catheterization, bladder infection and hematuria (all self limiting).

GSA = G-Spot Amplification

The technique is probable quite safe. Is it needed? I'm not sure either. However, it would be better to hear it from someone who got the shot.
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« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2009, 03:25:27 PM »

Injections? Do you really need to go that far.
There is a new creme out that you rub on.
It's called Pleasur.
Pleasur can: increase vaginal secretion and the ability of self-purification, help to eliminate female diseases; improve quality of sleep; normalize internal secretion; eliminate vegetative nerve functional disturbance and relieve menstrual discomfort; improve various problems resulting from estrogen reduction; alleviate menopause symptoms; preserve female genital tissues and slow down degeneration.
Pleasur is a non-pharmacological and non-hormonal crème for external use. Since it is made 100% of natural ingredients and hormone-free, it is completely safe without toxic side-effects, dependence, addiction, irritation and teratogenic, carcinogenic or fatal conditions.

You can check it out at http://www.getmorelife.info
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« Reply #5 on: October 26, 2009, 01:05:10 PM »

Well in my humble opinion don't change your body you are given, try to change your mind to do that what you want to achieve.
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« Reply #6 on: March 07, 2011, 01:42:35 AM »

Injections will not help. Why not just try getting to know your body better? http://en.sensual-health.com/How-to-have-a-G-Spot-orgasm
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