Give Your Sex Life a Boost with the G-Shot

Let’s face it: nearly everyone gets a little bored with their sex life at some point or other. The good news is that women have a new tool to enhance their pleasure. It’s called the G-shot, and you may be surprised at how well it works. 

You’ve heard of -- and likely enjoyed -- G-spot stimulation. The G-shot is a way to enhance the pleasure you feel when your G-spot is stimulated. The treatment is also called G-Spot Amplification™ or GSA™.


Hyaluronan, which is sometimes called hyaluronic acid, is a substance that is naturally produced by your body. It’s found in many places throughout the body, including in your skin, eyes, and connective tissues, and it serves to keep things lubricated and moist. 

Scientists have found numerous beneficial applications for synthetic hyaluronic acid, including reducing the appearance of wrinkles, plumping the lips, and easing joint pain in people with arthritis. 

In 2008, a gynecologist named David Matlock, MD, developed a method of using hyaluronan to enhance the G-spot, making it easier to stimulate. At first, it was only available in his practice in Beverly Hills.

Rising demand

The G-shot became very popular. As demand grew beyond Dr. Matlock’s capacity to meet it, he began training other doctors to administer it. Dr. Jovanovic undertook that training and has become an expert in administering the G-shot. 

Why it works

When the hyaluronan is injected into your Grȁfenberg spot -- better known as your G-spot -- it becomes enlarged. Your G-spot becomes about the size of a quarter and the thickness of a pencil eraser. It also projects lower into your vagina, making it easier to stimulate during sex. 

Safety of the G-shot

If the idea of an injection into one of the most sensitive parts of your body raises concerns for you, don’t worry. Collagen injection into the vagina has been a treatment for a urinary problem called intrinsic sphincter deficiency (ISD), and it’s considered a safe treatment. 

While hyaluronic acid injections have been approved by the FDA, the G-shot is what’s considered an off-label use, which means it hasn’t been approved specifically for this purpose. However, injections are safely used to treat incontinence problems such as ISD.

If the G-shot caused widespread adverse effects, it’s popularity wouldn’t have grown so quickly. Many women return for additional shots after the first one! 

What to expect

First, you should expect the procedure to be quick. In fact, you can have it done during your lunch break, and return to your regular day. 

Second, you should expect to experience the results within hours. You can even have sex the same night you have the shot. 

Finally, you can expect to enjoy the results for about 4-6 months. During that time you may very well experience more and more intense orgasms than usual.

Who should -- and should not -- get the G-shot

If you enjoy G-spot stimulation, you’re likely to be happy with the effect of the G-shot. However, if you don’t like G-spot stimulation, this procedure won’t change that. It could even make sex less enjoyable for you. 

Similarly, if you don’t like sex in general, the G-shot probably won’t change that. This procedure is for women who know they like G-spot stimulation, who have normal sexual function, and who are looking for a boost to their sex lives. 

If that sounds like you, book an appointment with Dr. Jovanovic today. You’re welcome to use our online scheduling tool at any time, or simply give us a call at our office on the Upper East Side of New York City during regular business hours. 

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