G-spot Implantation Surgery

This surgery is indicated for females who are able to confirm the G-spot location or feel a G-spot orgasm. Current surgical implants comprise an autologous gluteal fascia and artificial Gore-Tex. The advantages of autologous fascia are the complete use of autologous tissues that present a soft and natural texture and incur no rejection or infection and the customized adjustment of size and thickness in light of individual requirements. The disadvantages are that self-resorption cannot be fully eliminated and that an additional incision needs to be made on the buttocks for the collection of fascia. Regarding the use of Gore-Tex, the advantages are the readily available materials and the absence of additional scars at other body parts, but the disadvantages are the relatively hard texture and potential risks of infection or rejection from emplaced foreign bodies. Besides, long-term intense friction induces implant extrusion or prolapse. Therefore, patients should inform Dr. Chuang of their patterns and frequency of sexual behaviors for the selection of materials to find the appropriate approach.

The principle of this surgery is to enhance the frequency and intensity of stimulation to the G-spot during sexual intercourse by reinforcing the G-spot mucosa. During the operation, Dr. Chuang will first visually identify the G-spot location; next, an incision of approximately 1 cm will be made at the planned surgical site, and then, the harvested facial tissues or modified Gore-Tex will be emplaced into the vaginal mucosa near the G-spot to make it hard and prominent. The emplaced implants will be fixated by sutures to prevent future dislocation or extrusion. Patients are asked to abstain from sexual intercourse for 1 month postoperatively to facilitate wound recovery, and both males and females need to learn to adjust the position or posture during sexual intercourse to increase the frequency and intensity of stimulation to the G-spot. Moreover, because the lax vagina makes male genitals unable to smoothly compress or rub the G-spot, vaginal tightening (vaginoplasty) is considered if the patient has concurrent vaginal laxity to heighten the probability of G-spot stimulation by the male genitals.

Surgical conditions


  • Type of anesthesia: IV sedation + local anesthesia
  • Surgical incision: An approximately 1-cm incision at the inner vaginal wall
  • Recovery: 3–5 days
  • Removal of stitches: No

General instructions

No food and water on the day of surgery

  • Avoid the surgery during the menstrual period.
  • Try to wear loose underclothes for 1 week postoperatively to avoid friction to the perineum.
  • Avoid sexual behaviors and compression to the affected site for 1 month postoperatively.
  • Try to avoid hard items from stimulating the vagina for 3 months postoperatively.

Ideal candidates

  • Patients who have experienced a G-spot orgasm but at an increasingly lower frequency
  • Those who have experienced a G-spot orgasm but lose it due to unknown causes
  • Those who no longer experience G-spot orgasms due to vaginal laxity or genital aging
  • Those who subjectively pursue a G-spot orgasm
  • Males and females who seek to eliminate sexual disturbances

Potential complications

  • Autologous fascia resorption
  • Foreign body (Gore-Tex) reaction
  • Infection
  • Implant protrusion
  • Results short of expectation

Surgical advantages

  1. Females determine their desired orgasm and alter the prior patterns of passive acceptance.

  2. A G-spot orgasm enables males and females to experience complete sexual life pleasure.

  3. The presence of a G-spot response in females stimulates the willingness and motivation of males to have sexual intercourse.

  4. The surgery is able to improve the symptom of insensitive sensation during the latter stage of sexual intercourse.

  5. A surgical implantation presents more stable and prolonged results than a filler or fat injection.

Surgical drawbacks

  1. Self-resorption may occur on autologous fascia emplacement.

  2. The emplacement of Gore-Tex may incur foreign body reaction or infection.

  3. The G-spot cannot be accurately localized by devices, and the surgical results may vary.

  4. It requires the partner to cooperate for stimulating the G-spot during sexual intercourse; otherwise, there may be no obvious results.

  5. The male partner should cooperate to alter the skill and patterns of sexual intercourse to increase the frequency of G-spot stimulation.

  6. The size or measurement of the male sexual organs may also affect postoperative feelings.

Possible procedures in conjunction