The O-Shot®, or orgasm shot, is a quick, easy strategic injection of platelet rich plasma (PRP) into the vaginal and clitoral area to help restore sexual function in women. Women experiencing sexual dysfunction, vaginal dryness, lack of orgasm, low libido, pain during intercourse, or those desiring to enhance their libido can benefit from the O-Shot®.
The O-Shot® uses the platelets and healing growth factors from you own blood to initiate collagen formation, connective tissue healing, and regeneration.
These collective actions all result in improved sensitivity in the vaginal and clitoral regions, improving sexual experience and intensity of orgasm in as fast as one week post treatment.
Patients have reported the following benefits of the O-Shot®:
- Increased sensitivity
- Improved orgasm intensity
- Increased libido
- Increased lubrication
- Reduction in urinary incontinence
The O-Shot® is a pain-free, no downtime 30-minute in-office procedure. First, a small amount of blood is drawn from a vein in your arm. The sample is processed and spun to collect the platelets and growth factors in our onsite laboratory by experienced technicians. While the PRP is being processed, topical anesthetic and a numbing injection is administered in the treatment area.
The PRP is then injected into the areas of the vaginal and clitoral areas.
For best results, bio-identical hormone replacement, nutraceutical support, a pelvic exerciser, or a series of PRP treatments may be recommended.
Why New You Medical
The sexual health specialists at New You Medical Health & Surgery Center are dedicated to alternative and holistic options for female sexual dysfunction. They have established a clinical protocol using a combination of safe, effective, and relevant technologies and therapies to improve female sexual dysfunction and sexual desire issues.
At your consultation, our specialist will tailor this protocol to your specific goals and situation.
To learn more about the alternative options for female sexual dysfunction, contact a New You Medical patient advocate today.