O-Shot™ vs. G-Spot Enhancement: What’s the Difference?
Both the O-Shot™ and G-Spot enhancement are procedures that can increase women’s pleasure during sexual activity. Many women struggle to achieve orgasm, lubricate, become aroused or feel pleasure during sexual activity for a number of reasons. With the help of enhancement procedures such as these, women can rediscover greater enjoyment and intimacy in the bedroom.
However, the O-Shot™ and G-Spot enhancement may become confused due to their similar goals of enhancing sexual pleasure. While the procedures are similar and can be complementary, there are some key differences to be aware of before understanding which procedure may be right for you.
The O-Shot™ is an injection that improves your body’s natural sexual response with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. PRP is a rich serum made up of concentrated platelets whose primary function is in regeneration and healing. Injecting PRP serum into the most critical sexual response areas, directly into the clitoris and around the upper vagina, healthy new vaginal tissue will regenerate, increasing the potential for sexual stimulation.
Due to the immediate proximity to the urethra, many women report immediate relief of mild stress urinary incontinence as an added benefit.
On the other hand, G-Spot enhancement is a procedure focused entirely on improving the response of the G-spot. The G-spot is located inside the upper vagina about halfway between the cervix and the pubic bone. While many women feel some stimulation of the G-Spot during intercourse or other sexual activity, the area is often difficult to reach and stimulation can be limited. G-Spot enhancement delivers a temporary filler straight into the G-Spot, augmenting the sensitive area and increasing its sensitivity.
While both procedures focus on increasing sexual pleasure, the procedure that’s right for you depends on your challenges in achieving pleasure. Many women combine the procedures for a more comprehensive approach to improving their sex lives.