G-Shot in town: Sexual wellness for women is on the cards now Much like lip-plumping jabs, this is a shot that injects collagen straight into the G-spot, but the efficacy is not documented. We ask 6 experts what they think about G-spot amplification. If your bedroom fantasy has surpassed reading erotic fiction like Fifty Shades of Grey, and if you're up for promises that could offer new levels of sexual pleasures, the G-shot may be worth a try. Dr. Bharti Magoo, a Delhi-based aesthetician, was one of the first to suggest the G-shot for women so they wouldn't have to fake orgasms, but could instead opt for augmentation. The G-shot is an injection that helps in improving a woman's sexual pleasure. What is the G-shot? Much like lip-plumping jabs, the treatment involves injecting collagen straight into the G-spot. Named after Dr Ernest Grafenberg, the spot is defined as an erogenous area of the vagina. There are several myths surrounding this breakthrough, and while some call it the discovery of a new pleasure zone, others claim the procedure is pointless and painful. Since the opinion on the procedure is split, we spoke to experts to debate the topic. Here are the pros and cons for you to weigh before jumping the gun! Why do women want it? Some researchers claim that the cosmetic filler may make multiple-orgasms a reality and refer to it as a new powerhouse for female arousal. Dr DJS Tulla, Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Primus Hospital, Delhi, said, "The procedure is safe if done by trained plastic surgeons in sterile settings. With sexual awakening and liberation and females asserting themselves, this procedure is further expected to increase." Procedure: Dr Priyanka Mehta, Senior Gynaecologist at ePsyClinic.com explained that the actual injection usually takes less than eight seconds … Continue Reading ››
I was introduced to the vegan lifestyle by a friend. She did not eat meat and dairy products. While to me this looked like limitation, for her it was a conscious decision to refrain from damaging life in any form. Curiosity rose and here’s more of what I discovered about the vegan way of life. Here are excerpts from talks with a nutritionist and a vegan: Dr Parul Khurana, Nutritionist, SCI International Hospital, defines vegan as a person who does not eat any food that comes from animals and often does not use animals products. “Veganism is a lifestyle with a philosophy that animals are not ours to use. Vegans are animal and environment-friendly people who do not wish to harm animals and environment for their needs.” But being a vegan is expensive as these products are highly priced and stocked in selective outlets. However, there are things to be kept in mind such as:
- Where do the vegans get their protein from?
- Healthy vegan v/s Unhealthy vegan
- Sugar in Vegan diet
- Which healthy oil to use?