We’re always looking for new ways to boost our sexual experiences in the bedroom - after all, who doesn’t want the best orgasm ever? But the question is, would you pay over $1000 for one?
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A new 'lunchtime’ procedure by company G-shot in America, has started to gain popularity as it promises to improve women’s orgasms with a simple (we’ll be the judge of that!) injection to the G-spot. Youch.
Costing an impressive $1,000, the treatment involves a shot of hyaluronan (that’s a collagen-based filler to you and me) admitted under local anesthetic to the G-spot area causing it to swell. After all, a bigger pleasure zone means there’s a better chance of you locating it, equaling better orgasms all round. Right? Right.
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However, opinion on the procedure is split. While the injection has proven successful in the main, there are also a few who claim the injection is unnecessary and for some women, pointless. Er, and also painful, no doubt?
BatSheva Marcus, the clinical director of the Medical Center for Female Sexuality in New York City, says, “for some women, G-spot stimulation feels great, for others, not so much,” she told New York Daily News. “For women who don’t normally get pleasure from that area, they won’t feel much of an effect.”
So what do you think? Would you pay to enhance your sexual pleasure? Or do you think there are better ways to experiment? Tweet us your opinion @CosmopolitanUK or comment in the box below.
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