O-Shot PRP Sexual Wellness Procedure

The O-Shot is for women who are looking to improve sex and/ or alleviate symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. The O-Shot helps increase sexual desire, makes orgasms stronger and more frequent, increases the ability to have vaginal orgasms, causes greater arousal from clitoral stimulation, helps tighten the vaginal opening, decreases pain for women with dyspareunia (painful intercourse from episiotomy scar tissue), and increases natural lubrication.

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How does the O-Shot work?

By placing PRP into the Grafenberg spot (G-Spot) in the anterior vagina and in the clitoris, these tissues respond by enriched blood flow, better sensation, and overall healthier tissue. The activated platelets also induce collagen and elastin production therefore bulking up the anterior vagina resulting in over 90% resolution of stress incontinence non-surgically.

Is the O-Shot safe?

The medical literature to date contains NO reports of serious side effects from injecting PRP with a FDA approved kit EVER. PRP is derived from the patient’s own blood therefore there is no chance of any allergic reactions.

Is the O-Shot painful?

The areas in the anterior vagina and clitoris are pretreated with a very potent topical numbing cream. Ice is also used to anesthetize the areas to be injected. Most women feel a slight pinching sensation or nothing at all.

How long does it take for the O-Shot to work?

Although results do vary, most women start to feel a difference within 3 days, however, some women don’t feel results for 3 weeks. A second shot may be necessary for women who don’t feel results after 3 months. The best candidates for the O-Shot are pre-menopausal women and post-menopausal women whose hormones have been optimized.

How long do the results last?

Most women experience results from the O-Shot for 2 or more years.

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