What Is the O-Shot?
The Orgasm Shot (O-Shot) is a natural, non-surgical sexual rejuvenation and enhancement procedure designed to increase sexual arousal and the ability to orgasm in women. More than 40% of women report some degree of Sexual Dysfunction, decreased sexual pleasure, pain during intercourse, and difficulty or inability to orgasm even after sufficient stimulation, affecting not only women’s sexual life but their quality of life in general.
Utilizing the growth factors in Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) drawn from a sample of your own blood, the O-Shot stimulates cellular repair and regeneration within the vagina, resulting in increased sensitivity, lubrication, and ability to orgasm. The treatment starts by applying numbing cream in order to reduce pain and discomfort. Then, blood is drawn and processed with a centrifuge, which isolates the Platelet Rich Plasma. In the next step, the liquid containing growth factors is transferred to a syringe and injected into the numbed area near the clitoris and upper vagina, where they will increase blood flow and tissue rejuvenation.
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Vaginal Rejuvenation (O-Shot) FAQs
Is the O-Shot painful?
Numbing cream is applied before the injection to reduce pain and discomfort. Most patients report to feel pressure from the injection, but no pain.
Are there any side effects or risks?
Some patients report mild redness, swelling or numbness, but since the growth factors injected come from your own blood, there are little to no side effects.
How long does it take to see results?
Some patients report to notice an increase in sensation and sexual desire immediately as new tissue begins to develop. However, full results can take up to 3 months.
How long do I have to wait before I can resume sexual activity?
We recommend a 24 hour downtime before resuming sexual activity to avoid introducing bacteria to the injection sites.
How long do results last?
Results can last up to 18 months. However, there are several health and lifestyle factors (e.g. smoking, diabetes) that can influence how long the effects of the O-Shot last.
Do I need more than one O-Shot?
We have patients that only have one O-Shot and others who need several. It all depends on your symptoms and your desired results.
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