G-shot is a new method women in India are using to achieve multiple orgasms. This drug-free, safe and painless process involves taking an injection which enlarges the size of the G-spot, a highly erogenous zone in the vagina. By injecting collagen, it raises the soft tissue by a few millimetres giving women a heightened state of arousal.
The existence of the G-Spot or Gräfenberg Spot is still being debated, but most recently was extensively studied and attested by American gynaecologist Adam Ostrzenski in 2012. It is 3-5 millimetres in size and is an extension of the clitoris.
Incidentally, methods of G-spot amplification have been practiced for the last decade. However, this process has recently entered India in the last few months.
“A majority of requests I have had have been from middle aged women in their 40s and 50s. Invariably, these patients come to me having looser vaginal muscles caused by a pregnancy, and therefore a not-as-gratifying sex experience they were once used to,” Dr Deepa Ganesh, senior consultant in Advanced Laparoscopic Gynaecology and Robotic Surgery at Lifeline Multi Specialty Hospital, Kilpauk, Chennai, tells The New Indian Express.
The procedure costs between ₹35,000 to ₹45,000.