Docs warn against G-spot jab that promises to give women mindblowing orgasms
London, February 4 : G-spot jab is the latest cosmetic treatment that promises to pep up your sex life, but doctors are warning that it could do exactly the opposite.
Many women are ready to bear the humiliating and painful procedure, as they believe it will transform her humdrum sex life by plumping her 'G-spot' with a cosmetic filler made of hyaluronic acid.
With the newly enlarged G-spot, an area of sensitive tissue on the front wall of her vagina, women are likely to have multiple orgasms, according to Dr Lucy Glancey, a highly qualified cosmetic doctor, who introduced the injections three years ago in Glancey Medical Associates in Essex.
Dr Glancey has performed 150 procedures. She first became aware of the procedure when she attended a medical conference where Dr David Matlock, a controversial cosmetic gynaecologist, presented a lecture about his invention, 'The G-shot'.
She says the procedure is 'safe enough' and that she takes an 'ethical approach' to her work.
But many other doctors and researchers are casting doubt on the validity of the G-spot injection, pointing out that it is not supported by any medical evidence or serious studies, the Daily Mail reported.
In fact, they also warn that it could harm women - and actually have a damaging effect on women's sexual responses.
Dr Petra Boynton, senior lecturer in international healthcare research at University College London, has described the procedure as 'unsubstantiated by any serious research'.
Consultant plastic surgeon Paul Banwell, a member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, who works in the NHS as well as privately, calls it 'gimmick surgery'.
"I don't offer it, I don't support it, and we just don't know enough about possible side-effects, such as scarring and a reduction of libido over time," he added.