Women looking for enhanced sexual sensation or treatment for urinary incontinence can now turn to the O-Shot. This non-surgical therapy uses your body’s own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate tissue growth for greater satisfaction during sex and improved bladder control
SAFE AND CONVENIENT THERAPY
Your short, convenient O-Shot treatment begins with drawing a small amount of your blood. The blood is processed into PRP using an FDA-approved kit that isolates the platelets to take advantage of their natural growth factors. An anesthetic cream will then be applied to the treatment area to ensure your comfort. Using an ultra-thin needle, the PRP will be injected into two places: the clitoris and the area between the urethra and vaginal wall. Patients report little to no discomfort during this process, which takes about an hour. Because patients’ own platelets are used, there are virtually no side effects or risks of complication. In fact, over the last twenty years, approximately 500,000 PRP injections have been performed with no reported significant side effects or complications.
NOTICEABLE, LASTING RESULTS
Patients can enjoy immediate and noticeable results that should reach their full potential about seven weeks after the treatment. The growth factors will begin to rejuvenate the treatment area right away, and many women report a dramatically improved sexual response and bladder control. Results last about two years, although some women may return as soon as three months after the initial treatment for more pronounced results.
DETERMINING YOUR CANDIDACY
Most healthy women are candidates for this simple, yet advanced treatment. The O-Shot might be the right treatment if you suffer with:
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder – An estimated 5% of women have this condition, which is characterized by an inability to attain or maintain sexual arousal during sexual activity.
- Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder – A low sex drive is considered a disorder when it disrupts your life with stress or other interpersonal difficulties. About 10% of women are considered to have hypoactive sexual desire disorder.
- Female Orgasmic Disorder – Approximately 5% of women are thought to have this disorder, which involves difficulty reaching orgasm despite adequate sexual stimulation.
- Dyspareunia – Doctors estimate that 10-20% of women suffer from pain during sex. Dyspareunia can result from injury, infection, and insufficient lubrication, among other issues.
- Urinary incontinence – Whether temporary or persistent, urinary incontinence is a common problem among women. An estimated 20% of younger women, 30% of middle-aged women, and 50% of older women experience leaking, sudden urges, and other symptoms.
What’s my recovery like after the procedure?
There is no downtime to the procedure. We recommend waiting three days before intercourse or using a tampon.
What’s the difference between the O-Shot and G-Spot amplification?
G-Spot application uses an injectable product such as Juvéderm to thicken the wall of the vagina. The O-Shot uses platelet rich plasma and has a larger area of action.
What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?
Platelet-rich plasma or PRP is the watery part of your blood that has high concentrations of platelets which are the cells that help clot your blood and heal after an injury. The high concentration of numerous growth factors in PRP has led to its use in serval medical treatments including bone and tendon repair and regeneration. Although there has not yet been a large term study on the clinical effectiveness of PRP on all disorders for which it is used, it show enormous promise. PRP is successfully used in patients every day for a variety of conditions. The medical benefits of PRP appear to work in a similar mechanism with the O-Shot.