G-spot magnification

The "G-spot" refers to a place in the vagina which is very sensitive to sexual stimulation. This region is named after the German physician Ernst Grafenberg who described this erogenous zone in the anterior vaginal wall in 1950. The region lies on the anterior vaginal wall about 4-5 cm away from the entrance to the vagina and is about the size of a coin. The sensitivity of this site can be highly variable.

Several European clinic trials examined an enlargement of this point by injections (e.g. hyaluronic acid) and it has been a significant increase in the desire of the patients.

The injections of G-spot (targeted to an increase in volume to twice the original size) with hyaluronic acid is an outpatient procedure. The substance self-dissolves after about 6-9 months.