"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."
The "G-Shot," as it has been named, was invented by Dr. David Matlock in 2002. Although initially Matlock was the only doctor able to give the shot, it is now available from a number of doctors across the country and is quickly gaining in popularity. The science works like this: a small shot of a collagen-based filler called hyaluronan (a chemical naturally found in the body) is injected into a woman's g-spot. The shot serves to enlarge the g-spot and consequently increase a woman's pleasure for sex. According to the G-Shot's website, the shot is painless and swift, and you can begin having sex normally within 4 hours of the procedure. Results can last up to 4 months, meaning that in a best case scenario, a woman who comes to rely on the G-Shot could be paying upwards of $3,000 a year to maintain her sex life.
The testimonies for the G-Shot vary, with some women claiming that the results are so intense that they have literally been frightened from the intensity of sex afterwards. Likewise, there is a lot of skepticism regarding the shot as no one has yet been able to scientifically verify the existence of the G-spot. Furthermore, there have been no scientific studies verifying the effectiveness of the shot and it is not approved by the FDA. However, many women are quite convinced of the power of the G-Shot, claiming that they experience longer, better, more intense orgasms--and even a heightened sex drive (although that may just be from their new found thrill in sex!).