Women Pay Thousands For Clitoral Injections!

People do all sorts of strange things to themselves to get a nicer looking body or to improve themselves. While most people hit the gyms, some opt for surgical procedures and injections. However, these injections don’t stop purely at the face, as it seems that some people are trying out clitoral injections!

A woman holds a question mark over her vagina, clearly questioning clitoral injections

Clitoral injections don’t sound like a good idea at all… and honestly, it sounds worse when you look into it. If you are at all curious about what clitoral injections are, or why people might pay thousands to get them, you should keep reading here on the Escort Sweden blog.

What are clitoral injections?

This might not need much explaining, because the name is pretty self explanatory, but clitoral injections are actually a hell of a lot more bizarre than they sound.

It isn’t just an injection of some fluid that goes into your clit to make it look bigger and better. Instead, the injection aims to “tighten and rejuvenate” your clit, and apparently leads to better sex and bigger orgasms.

As a result it is often referred to as the Orgasm Shot, but that isn’t the strangest thing about it. Waht concerns people the most is just what the injection involves. Instead of having some chemical mix going in, you have your own blood injected into the most sensitive part of the female body. Anyone else feeling uncomfortable?

The Orgasm Shot

It might just sound like a really strange idea, but there is actually a lot of science behind it. It isn’t simply the latest beauty trend to try and make money, because it seems to work.

Basically, injecting your clit with blood makes it grow in size. It also causes the stem cells in the clit to multiple and grow healthier tissue. That is where the rejuvenation part of it comes in… but what about the better orgasms part?

Well, it seems that the clitoral injections can lead to increased lubrication. This, in turn, can increase the chances of you having an intense orgasm. The orgasms that you will have after the injection are said to be “more powerful and frequent”. They also say that it will make you even hornier than ever, and so you’ll crave sex more. The best part? The injection is said to last “up to a year”, so for twelve months, you could be having intense orgasms and better sex.

The catch?

So this all sounds like a fantastic idea, especially when you take into account the fact that the five minute procedure is said to be pain free. They use a lot of numbing cream so that, apparently, you won’t even feel the injection. I don’t know about you, but the idea of someone sticking something sharp anywhere near my pussy turns me off and makes me want to hide.

However, there is a downside to it. It seems that there are a limited number of spas around the world, specifically vagina spas (yes, really), offering you the chance to get your O-Shot. One of them is the V-Spot Medi Spa, which you can find in New York City.

Those of you in Sweden keen to try this unique service will probably need to travel to get it… and if that wasn’t bad enough, you haven’t seen the price tag yet! It will cost around $1,500… which works out at around 12,800 Swedish krona. That is a hefty price tag for something that will need doing again in about a year.

Other bizarre vaginal treatments

This is not the first strange treatment you can get for your vagina… and it certainly will not be the last. It is simply the biggest and most controversial one at the moment… so why don’t we take a minute to remember the treatments that have gone before?

The O-Shot seems to most closely resemble a treatment named “Rejuvula”, which is said to tighten your vagina “by injecting ‘yellowish’ coloured Platelet Rich Plasma into the tissue”. People went for it because it was said to boost your libido, give you more frequent orgasms, and lead to better vaginal health. Best of all, the chances of allergies, injections, or rejections are none, since it is your own cells being injected. This procedure would take around thirty minutes and cost $800 (6,846 Swedish krona).

Some people also swear by vaginal steaming, including Gwyneth Paltrow. She swears by the procedure, stating that “you sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination of infrared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus”. However, before you go rushing off to enjoy the treatment, be warned. There has been very little scientific research into the effects of vaginal steaming, and so we can’t actually say whether it works or not. So, while this might be the preferred procedure, as it involves no needles, it might not actually work for you.

Would you try it?

Of course, the big question here is “would you try it?”. Personally, I don’t see the appeal in spending that much money for someone to stick a needle into my clit. Okay, so they tell me that it will give me better orgasms, but that isn’t enough to convince me that lying down and praying that the numbing cream does its magic is worth it.

Now, you might have other thoughts. You might think that spending that much money is a small price to pay for more intense orgasms. Perhaps you’d like to try it for yourself?

We want to hear from you. You can use the comment box below to share your thoughts with us. Tell us if you would even consider having your own blood injected somewhere if it lead to better orgasms, or if you are like me and quite happy with your body as it is.

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Lara Mills

Lara Mills is a writer who has four years of sex industry expertise behind her. Since she entered the adult industry, she has worked on the Escort Advertising forums, before moving into her current role three years ago.

Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.

In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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