The G-spot, which makes orgasm feel more intense in women, is the erogenous zone located about 3-4 cm inside the vaginal entrance and on the upper wall. The G-spot, adjacent to the urethra, is known to many as the area that needs to be stimulated for women to orgasm.
What is the G-Spot?
The G-spot, which produces secretions and experiences contractions after stimulation, is a tissue that surrounds the urethra (urethra). In 1950, the G-spot was first mentioned by gynecologist scientist Dr. Ernest Gräfenberg in an article published in the “International Journal of Sexology” by Dr. Ernest Gräfenberg. The G-spot, which is mentioned in the article as a different anatomical region in women, was named by Alive Kahn Ladas in 1982 and became known in gynecology as the Gräfenberg point or G-spot.
What are the Characteristics of the G Spot?
In order for the G-spot to be stimulated, sexual arousal must occur. When the G-spot is stimulated regularly during sexual intercourse, the woman first feels a sensation of urine. As the stimulation continues, this feeling is replaced by pleasure and orgasm occurs. Women have skene glands that produce fluid around the G-spot, which is located at least 3-4 cm above the vaginal opening. The G-spot may not be present in every woman to the same extent, so it is difficult for some women to reach the G-spot. Accordingly, G-spot augmentation operations can be applied to increase sensitivity during sexual intercourse and to find the G-spot more easily.
G Spot Magnification
G spot amplification operation, also known as G shot, G shot amplification, G spot amplification, is an operation first performed by Dr. David Louis Matlock, a gynecologist from the USA. The procedure is performed by injecting hyaluronic acid and fat into the area known as the G-spot. G-spot augmentation is performed under local anesthesia (regional anesthesia). The application is not a surgical procedure and the risks are extremely low. Thanks to the G-spot enlargement operation, women can experience orgasm much more easily and intensely during intercourse.