The G-spot is a rough area on the top of the vagina, located 1.5-4 cm from the entrance. It is in fact an area with a high concentration of nerve endings, characterized by its grooved texture. Its stimulation causes an intense orgasm in women.

The base of the G-spot can be injected with hyaluronic acid specific to this area in order to raise the G-spot and facilitate its meeting with the penis during penetration. We note a great satisfaction of the patients after this treatment and an intense increase in vaginal orgasms in intensity and frequency during sexual intercourse.


The patient is in the gynecological position, a speculum is put in place. First, an anesthetic gel is placed in front of the G-spot to numb the mucosa. Then, an injection of anaesthetic is made into the mucosa numbed by the cream. Then, injection of hyaluronic acid at the base of the G-spot.


Time to final results: 3-4 days
Longevity of results: 6-9 months

Before the procedure:

No Aspirin 10 days before surgery, inform Dr. Lucas of any anticoagulant medication (Sintrom, Coumadin, Eliquis, etc…) to arrange to stop or take over.

Procedure :

Pain: pain during the procedure will be almost non-existent, with an adapted anesthesia
Duration of the procedure: 30 minutes
Anesthesia: local
Location: office
Outpatient (without hospitalization)

After the procedure :

Post-operative pain: 1/10 often responding to Dafalgan. Patients describe a tingling sensation without pain for 24-48 hours.
Social eviction: discrete swelling for 2-3 days
Return to work: immediate
Return to sport: immediate


No sexual activity for 72 hours.
Control Dr Lucas 2 weeks


– Infection, hematoma: rare
– Urethra lesion: very rare