G Spot Amplification

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AFS

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Have you guys heard anything about this?

I was quite intrigued by this prospect. Maybe we now have the equivalent of Viagra for females. It's about time! We cannot neglect our patients as 68% may be unwilling to discuss their sex life with us. The link is below... Is this a new thing?

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I saw this done on Dr. 90210 (the reality tv show about plastic surgeons in beverly hills...for those of you not familiar.) the injection seemed pretty painful but brief. :p
 

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This procedure was also recently seen on an episode of FX's "Nip Tuck." That was a great episode. Check it out.
 
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Well, if it was on Nip/Tuck, it must be true.... why, just last week, on House....

First off -- I want to say that I do not advocate this. I have had patients come in and request it, but I have yet to perform the procedure. If it does work predictably, I am all for it (hell, I'd probably do it at cost). Someone else will have to prove, and publish, its predictable efficacy before I will advocate it and stake my good name on its efficacy.

For those who are not fully aware of what is being suggested:

A dermal filler, most commonly a hyaluronic acid such as Restylane (although Perlane would be a better choice) is injected into the "G-spot", making the area more prominent, which would increase frictional stimulation.
 

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Well, if it was on Nip/Tuck, it must be true.... why, just last week, on House....

First off -- I want to say that I do not advocate this. I have had patients come in and request it, but I have yet to perform the procedure. If it does work predictably, I am all for it (hell, I'd probably do it at cost). Someone else will have to prove, and publish, its predictable efficacy before I will advocate it and stake my good name on its efficacy.

For those who are not fully aware of what is being suggested:

A dermal filler, most commonly a hyaluronic acid such as Restylane (although Perlane would be a better choice) is injected into the "G-spot", making the area more prominent, which would increase frictional stimulation.

has anyone had any patients that receive this and can comment so far?
i agree with you, there should be a published study predicting the efficacy, but i wonder how biased it would be.
 
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