Le point G ou Grafenberg est malgré bien des controverses sur son existence est aujourd’hui reconnu comme l’équivalent de la prostate féminine. Sa stimulation est à l’origine de l’orgasme dit vaginal.

 

Le point G est une zone érectile de 2 à 3 cm de grand axe située dans la paroi vaginale antérieure à 3 cm de l’orifice vaginal, à mi-chemin entre le pubis et le col de l’utérus. Sa taille et sa sensibilité sont variables d’une femme à l’autre. Il possède sa propre réactivité musculaire aux diverses stimulations, ainsi qu’une fonction exocrine (excrétion du fluide vaginal).

 

Son fonctionnement peut être perturbé et entraîner au fil du temps une baisse du désir. Les causes peuvent être diverses : d’origine hormonale (baisse des hormones avec le temps), également anatomiques accompagnant des troubles de la statique pelvienne avec perte de la tonicité périnéale après accouchement, après une chirurgie pelvienne, périnéale… psychologiques enfin avec déni périnéal, anorgasmie primitive ou secondaire.

 

Une réponse peut être proposée avec « l’amplification du point G » permettant d’exposer cette zone érogène pour qu’elle soit plus facilement stimulée.

  • Il s’agit d’une injection de 1 à 2 ml d’acide hyaluronique, produit naturel et résorbable, utilisé également en médecine esthétique pour le traitement des rides, constituant normal du derme, et permettant une réhydratation des tissus. L’effet obtenu est une stimulation des glandes para-urétrales et leur sécrétion, facilitant la lubrification de la zone, ainsi qu’un effet volume. Cette injection est quasi indolore et réalisée en ambulatoire.
  • L’augmentation de volume de cette zone va la rendre plus facilement stimulable, et permet d’améliorer ces troubles sexuels.
  • Cette technique constitue le seul traitement de rajeunissement, de soutènement de cette zone érogène tissulaire, modifiée au cours des différentes périodes génitales féminines.
  • L’effet dure entre cinq et huit mois.
  • Les effets indésirables sont rares : douleurs au point d’injection, réaction inflammatoire locale (moins de 5%). En revanche, un saignement superficiel est fréquent juste après l’injection.

 


 

For years, most female cosmetic genital surgery was secretive and proprietary, requiring surgeons to pay exorbitant amounts of money for fancy lasers and the right to use terms such as Designer Laser Vaginoplasty and G-shot. G-shot (a proprietary term coined by Dr. David Matlock) refers to an injection of hyaluronic acid or collagen into the submucosa of the anterior vaginal wall (the G spot), which purportedly enhances orgasm.

 

However, identifying the area for injection is difficult, because anatomic research has failed to identify a cluster of nerves or erectile tissue in the anterior vaginal wall. Dr. Matlock states that the area may be identified by palpation and has reported successful sexual enhancement with the G-shot.

 

Traditionally, plastic surgeons, gynecologists, and urologists have performed most of these surgical procedures. However, noncore specialists such as family practitioners and internists are using fillers and learning surgical techniques to modify the appearance, and in some cases the function, of the female genitalia. As credible data has been published on the safety and efficacy of labiaplasty, public awareness has increased and more specialists have become experts.

 

More informations here :http://vaginal-g-spot.blogspot.fr

 


 

Labia majora hypotrophy

 

The labia majora involve with modification of fat ( lipodystrophy). It can appear very young after lose of weight. But often is appeared with pre-menopause near 35/40 years or during menopause.

 

The diminution of labia majora is feel unaesthetic for ol lot of women like very old sex appearance.

Also, the labia majora can be unable to perform their physiological fonction of protection of the vulvar region and vaginal introits.

 

Treatments:

1) Lipofilling :

The best technique is to inject fat in the labia Majora with local anesthesia. We need only 10 to 20 cc of fat that we can take from leg or abdomen in surgery room. The volume of fat injected reduces by 20-50% in the weeks following injection and need to injecte more in the first session or to do a touch up.

 

2) Hyaluronic acid injection :

This technique is more simple and can be perform in office with simple local anesthesia. The volume injected is immediately visible. We can use a canula to have less trauma of labia (bruises, oedema...)

The quantity injected is near 5 ml and can stay for 6 months to 1 year.

 

3) Skin reduction of labia Majora :

In some cases, we can reduce the skin with a little scar when the excess of skin and flattening is important.

 


 

Menopause and sex aging

 

With Menopause, the ovaries loss activity and the endocrine perturbation are very important. Skin and mucosa are very sensitive with loss of hormones.

 

Activity of fibroblast (collagen cell productor) is modified with diminution of collagen type I and augmentation of collagen type III. Elastin production is reduced too and induce hypotrophy of dermis and flattening of dermal-epidermal junction.

 

On the Genital area of women  we can have :

  • Augmentation of labia minora hypertrophy,
  • Involution of the clitoris with reduction of stimulation during sex act
  • Hypotrophy of labia Majora with thinning of skin and mucosa
  • Mucosa atrophy with dryness, discomfort or pain during sex act

 


 

Desirial : new hyaluronic acid for vaginal injection

 

Vagina rejuvenation jab aims to 'plump up' ageing genitals for women worried about 'loss of tone'

 

  • New treatment aims to give women over 40 new vagina with no surgery
  • DesirialR is given as an injection in a similar way to facial fillers
  • Helps rehydrate and 'puff up' the area to maintain elasticity, firmness 
  • Takes 20 minutes to perform and effects can last up to 15 months 
  • Product is nearing the final stages of clinical trials in France
  • Expected to be available in the UK in the New Year

 

A new cosmetic treatment aimed at boosting the sex lives of women over 40 by giving them a designer vagina without the need for surgery is to be launched in the UK.

A revolutionary filler promises to 'plump up' a woman's most intimate areas  - which can suffer loss of tone and elasticity in the same way as her face due to falling levels of oestrogen during and after the menopause.

Experts say DesirialR, given as an injection in a similar way to facial fillers, is targeted at women who have lost confidence in their body or who may have renewed interest in sex after a divorce, particularly if they have a younger partner and want to boost their sex appeal.

 

The product, which is nearing the final stages of clinical trials in France, is due to be unveiled tomorrow at the Clinical Cosmetic and Reconstructive Expo at London's Olympia.

It is expected to be available in the UK in the New Year and cosmetic specialist and GP Dr Kathyrn Taylor Barnes will be offering it at her clinics in Sheen, Godalming, Frimley Green and Richmond-Upon-Thames, in South West London.

Dr Taylor Barnes said: 'A woman's vagina is a lot like the lips on the face, in that it is prone to withering and dehydration with age, particularly during and after the menopause which happens around the average age of 51, when there is a loss of oestrogen. They can go rather crinkly, lose volume and look unsightly.

 

 

In some cases this loss of tone can lead to discomfort when doing physical activities too. In the past, doctors have suggested genital rejuvenation surgery to deal with this.

DesirialR will allow ladies who might be divorced and embarking on a relationship with a younger man to boost that area, without surgery. 

He's going to be very interested in her anatomy and she is going to feel more confident.

If you can rejuvenate that area, then their sex lives might reignite.

 

She added: 'When I have mentioned it to patients, their first reaction is "Oh my goodnesss!", but as we are already using Botox and fillers on our faces, I think boosting this area will become more acceptable as time goes on and women see what can be achieved. Women who are looking after their bodies are already very aware of areas they are not happy with.'

During a woman's twenties and thirties, the vaginal walls are bathed in hormones, making them strong and robust. But as we enter our forties hormone levels -- namely oestrogen -- gradually start to decline. This causes the walls, which are comprised of mucous membranes, to become less resilient.

 

DesirialR, produced by the French company Vivacy,  combines Hyaluronic Acid with mannitol, a natural antioxidant that is found in fruit and vegetables.

Hyaluronic Acid  - which is already used in many facial fillers  - behaves like a sponge and can improve water retention capabilities in the vulva-vaginal area. The addition of mannitol, an antioxidant, protects against the breakdown of the gel from free radical damage and preserves the hydrating effect and longevity of the treatment.

This helps rehydrate and 'puff up' the area to maintain elasticity, firmness, and the proper functioning of female genital tissue.

It also helps reduce any swelling that may occur from the injections.

 

DesirialR is available in two formulations: -DesirialR,  for peri-menopausal women or in reproductive age suffering from dehydration of the vulva with or without irritation DesirialR PLUS - for peri-menopausal, menopausal, and women in reproductive age with signs of moderate to severe withering.

Dr Taylor Barnes said that a local anaesthetic gel would first need to be applied before the injection, which would need to be carried out by a trained medical professional and because of the site of the injection, antibiotics would be given to the client as a precaution.

The process should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and the effects could last between six and 12 months, or possibly up to 15 months for the DesirialR PLUS formulation, as the gel is thicker.

 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2451725/Vagina-rejuvenation-jab-aims-plump-ageing-genitals.html#ixzz2o9Bg1Fzt