BENEFITS OF THE O-SHOT (ORGASM SHOT)
The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot, is a novel non-surgical technique that improves a woman’s pleasure and sexual reaction. The O-Shot allows women to climax more quickly and strongly during sexual intercourse. PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is used in the process to revitalize the vaginal tissues. PRP injections use a concentrated form of a person’s own platelets from blood cells to speed up healing in a specific region. PRP is gently injected into the clitoral and vaginal areas for the O-shot.
HOW DOES THE O-SHOT AFFECT SEXUAL AROUSAL AND INTEREST?
When a woman’s own PRP is injected into her clitoral and vaginal areas, growth factors are generated, activating her body’s stem cells and boosting sensitivity, blood flow, and the resiliency of the surrounding tissue, allowing her to have more intense sexual experiences.
HOW IS THE O SHOT PERFORMED?
A vial of the patient’s own blood is drawn during the O-Shot procedure. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge to produce Platelet-Rich Plasma. The PRP procedure takes about 10 minutes and is performed in the patient’s room. Following the collection of the PRP, the patient is anesthetized with a topical and local anesthetic to ensure that the clitoral and vaginal areas are not bothered.
The doctor will carefully perform a series of small injections of PRP using a very fine needle
The growth factors are injected into the clitoris and upper vagina, the most essential location for sexual response. Because the anesthetic cream has numbed these places, the woman experiences little or no discomfort. This full O-Spot treatment can be completed in less than an hour.
There has never been a significant reaction to PRP prepared by an FDA authorized kit in any region of the body since the treatment’s inception (the FDA has not examined the use of this kit for preparing PRP for use in the vagina, however this procedure only uses the woman’s own blood to prepare the injection).
For more than 20 years, PRP has been used successfully in a number of operations. Over 500,000 PRP injection treatments into various regions of the body have been conducted with no serious side effects or problems recorded.
WHO SHOULD GET THE O SHOT?
The O-Shot is ideal for most women who may be experiencing the following symptoms:
• Having difficulty or being unable to achieve orgasm
• Having a lower libido
• Having or experiencing vaginal dryness
• Suffering from pain during intercourse
• Having childbirth problems and laxity
HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE O-SHOT?
The O-Shot has been estimated to improve sexual function in 75-95 percent of women! Most women report a noticeable improvement in their sexual arousal and orgasm intensity after a few days of the treatment. After three months, the full results of the treatment will most likely become apparent.
Potential side effects and complications
There are very few risks or side effects when it comes to the O shot, mainly because it uses the patient’s own blood.
Here are the few side effects:
• sexual arousal with urination
• spontaneous orgasm
• ejaculatory orgasm
• continuous sexual arousal
What to expect during recovery?
For a day or two, you may notice mild local sensitivity. That’s it. You could even have your intercourse on the same day as your treatment.
Discuss your recovery plans with your provider both before and after the surgery for optimal results.
BENEFITS OF THE O SHOT
Although every woman’s experience is unique, here is a list of benefits that patients have reported after receiving the O-Shot and rejuvenating the Orgasm System:
• It is non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure with high safety and efficacy.
• PRP stimulates the body’s inherent growth factors and stem cells.
• Arousal from clitoral stimulation is greatly increased.
• Encourages vaginal and clitoral regeneration
• Enhances natural lubrication
• Vaginal tightness would be improved.
• Improves the capacity to have vaginal orgasms.
• Enhances the frequency and intensity of orgasms
• Easy, quick, and painless
• The vulva appears younger and smoother.
• Improvement in urinary incontinence is possible.
• Painful intercourse may be improved or alleviated.
According to some experts, it may also:
• Treat lichen sclerosis
• Treat lichen planus, and interstitial cystitis, as well as chronic discomfort from childbirth and mesh.
To book a free phone consultation with our doctor (Mondays), please call 289-278-4112 or fill out the online form at 0-Shot.ca