For The Ladies: Would You Be Interested In A $1,000 Injection That Would Enlarge Your “Special Spot” For More Pleasure?

Coochie enchancement??

Doctors Now Offering Female Injections To Help Stimulate Sexual Peaks

Via Huffington Post

Would you get a injection in your vajayjay that cost upwards of $1,000 if it promised months of enhanced sexual pleasure and heightened peaks?

According to Fabulous magazine, many women on the West Coast are now flocking to their doctors to get the “G-Shot” for their G-spots.

The so-called “lunchtime” procedure involves an injection of hyaluronan (a collagen-based filler commonly found in skincare products) delivered under local anesthetic to the G-spot region, the “G-Shot” website notes.

The idea, it seems, is that a larger, more pronounced G-spot would amount to heightened sexual arousal and an increase in vaginal orgasms. The “G-shot” website boasts that the technique is “painless” and takes mere minutes. The enlargement effect allegedly lasts for up to four months as the filler slowly dissolves.

“I want to empower and educate, and for women to be in tune with themselves,” Dr. David Matlock, the gynecologist who invented the procedure, told Fabulous magazine.

Matlock, who runs the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of America in Los Angeles, is said to organize informational “G-Shot parties” every month at his clinic.

So does the shot REALLY work?? Well…

In 2004, a writer for the Village Voice visited Matlock’s clinic to see “what the so-called G-Shot was all about” and in 2008, a woman named Caroline Cushworth told the Daily Mail about her successful experience with the treatment.

“I have quite literally never experienced anything quite like it,” Cushworth said at the time. “I had constant multiple orgasms which went on for hours. That first time, the whole thing was so intense I was actually a bit scared.”

Sounds like quite the experience huh ladies? Hate it or love it?!?!

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