Decreased sexual response? Poor sensitivity?
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) from your own blood is filled with growth factors and, when injected back into the clitoris and vagina, can activate stem cell activity and stimulate new tissue growth.
50% of women complain of loss of vaginal sensation.
77% of women experience low sexual desire.
Vaginal moisture, sensitivity and sensation
Accidents when you jump, laugh or cough
Leaks when you wait too long
Pain during sex
Trouble reaching orgasm
The O-Shot procedure is a quick, usually painless, less than twenty minute non-surgical procedure. The O-Shot procedure begins with a simple blood draw. Then, using a proprietary technique, platelet rich plasma is extracted from the blood and injected into the numbed area near the clitoris and upper vagina. There is no recovery time and results are almost immediate in some women.
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Q & A
Almost anyone can get an O-Shot®. Your doctor or nurse will help you determine if this is the best procedure for you. Women both on and off hormone replacement therapy can usually benefit from the O-Shot® procedure.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) uses the healing and growth factors in your own blood to stimulate stem cell activity and new tissue and cell growth when injected back into your body.
Although every patient’s experience is different, most experience minor discomfort. The injection feels like a slight pinch or warm sensation.
You may experience mild redness, swelling and/or numbness for the first few days to one week. Real results can be expected at 4 weeks after all swelling is resolved.
You may experience an increase in sexual desire and pleasure immediately, but full results are usually enjoyed after 3 months.
The O-Shot® can last up to 3 years or longer in women. However, on average, women repeat the procedure every 18 months.
In a recent study, researchers determined that women suffering with Lichen Sclerosus showed improvement when treated with the O-Shot® procedure. Women reported statistically significant improvement in symptoms and pathologists observed a decrease in inflammation.
You may return to normal activity as tolerated immediately after the procedure, and you may engage in sexual activity after your procedure.
*Results may vary