A collagen injection which is designed to enhance women’s pleasure around the G-spot is being launched in the UK.
The G-Shot, which is given under local anaesthetic and takes about half an hour, is being hailed as the latest lunchtime procedure.
A specially designed speculum is used to help direct the injection into the G-spot, with effects lasting around four months.
The £800 jab temporarily enlarges the G-spot to the size of a 10p in width and a quarter of an inch in height.
This makes the G-spot easier to locate and highly sensitive, which it is claimed could enhance sexual aousal and gratification.
The UK Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Centre in London’s Harley Street says it is the first in the UK to offer the jab.
Professor Phanuel Dartey, from the centre, said he was offering the jab in response to growing demand.
He said: “We explain the whole procedure to them and tell them how to examine themselves.
“They lie down and find it in the comfort of our own room.
“Once they find it, we have got a special speculum and light source and we get the woman to let us know when we have reached the area.”
Prof Dartey said the jab was now being used worldwide and he has treated about five women so far at his clinic. “Obviously the British are a bit conservative but the results are fantastic,” he said.
Prof Dartey said US studies have suggested that 87 per cent of women who had the jab reported enhanced sexual arousal and gratification. This included more orgasms that last longer, multiple orgasms and a heightened libido.
A spokeswoman for the clinic said the G-Shot does not provide the answers for women who are unhappy with their sex lives or who are incompatible with their partners in some way. She said it was not being offered as a “cure” for women who did not enjoy sex or who could not achieve orgasm.