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O-Shot: What it is, how it works, and its effects.

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O-shot is a very specific method of using blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate the vagina to help relieve women with urinary incontinence and sex problems.  It helps with:

  • Decreased libido (sex drive)
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Dryness (with resulting painful intercourse) from Menopause or Breast Cancer Treatment
  • Decreased ability to orgasm
  • Urge urinary incontinence
  • Lichen sclerosus
  • Lichen planus
  • Postpartum fecal incontinence
  • Chronic pain from trauma from child birth (episiotomy scars)
  • Chronic pain from mesh
  • Chronic interstitial cystitis

The O-shot is not a drug. Your own blood platelets are injected into the vaginal tissue during this operation, which is carried out in a medical office. According to Dr. Charles Runels, the creator, platelets draw your own stem cells to the place where they are injected and “create healthier and more functioning tissue in the areas of sexual response in the vagina (G-Spot, O-Spot, Skene’s Glands, urethra, and vaginal wall).”

Utilizing “high grade” Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) made from the patient’s own blood, the shot functions. When injected into particular regions of the vagina, the PRP’s cell-regenerating growth factors stimulate stem cells to boost blood flow, produce healthy tissue growth, and aid in the area’s vascularization.

Simple blood is drawn from the arm to start the O-Shot procedure. After that, the sample is placed in a unique centrifuge to create platelet-rich plasma. PRP is drawn out of the blood and then injected into the anesthetized region close to the clitoris and upper vagina.

The O-Shot procedure is typically painless. We use a mild cream-based treatment to numb the area. Although every patient’s experience is unique, the majority merely feels a little discomfort. A mild pinch or heated sensation can be felt after the injection. With this non-surgical method, there is no recuperation period. It is quick, usually taking no more than 30 minutes to finish, including the numbing procedure.

ARE THERE O SHOT COMPLICATIONS?

Most people who receive the orgasm shot report little to no negative effects. For the first few days to a week, you can notice some slight redness, swelling, and/or numbness. numbing procedure.

Patients have the option of having one o-shot or returning for several ones to enhance the effects of the first one. To guarantee that the initial treatment’s full benefits have been felt, it is typically advised to wait 8 weeks between sessions. However, you can discuss the timeframe that is most convenient for you with a healthcare professional.

POSITIVE EFFECTS:

Depending on the patient’s starting place, the outcomes may differ. For instance, the outcomes can depend on age, health issues, and hormone imbalances. The injection is not a “magic stick”; while 50% of women may feel immediate “wow effects,” the other 50% may only observe a noticeable improvement. Patients report the improvement below:

  • Heightened feeling
  • Arousal that is increased by clitoral stimulation
    having an orgasm after engaging in penetrative sex while previously unable to
  • Younger and smoother vulva skin
  • More powerful and frequent orgasms
  • The reduction of urinary incontinence
  • Increased natural lubrication
  • Increased capacity for a vaginal orgasm
  • Decreased discomfort for individuals who are having unpleasant sex
  • Increased natural lubrication

Although you might feel more sexually attracted and satisfied right away, the full effects are often felt three months later. In general, women will start to feel more intensely in the first 3–7 days, and during the following 3–9 weeks, new tissue will start to form. This will climax after three months.

The patient’s response to the O-Shot operation will determine the results, typically lasting between 14 and 18 months. Women usually have the procedure done every 18 months again.

The O-Shot might be precisely what you need if you’re one of the numerous women who experience poor sexual desire and loss of vaginal sensitivity. To find out if it is right for you, the best course of action is to arrange a consultation with a healthcare professional. For a confidential discussion and to learn more about how to Be Your Most, get in touch with our friendly staff.

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