The O-Shot

What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a revolutionary new, all-natural procedure that harnesses your bodies own healing properties to solve some of the common, but not talked about problems experienced by women. Four out of ten women report suffering from some type of sexual disorders, ranging from pain during intercourse to the inability to achieve orgasm. Despite this, only 14% of women ever discuss sexual health with their doctors.

What does the O-Shot help with?

The O-Shot treats multiple aspects of sexual dysfunction, and other disorders often caused by childbirth or aging:

  • Painful intercourse
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Difficulty achieving orgasm
  • Decreased sensitivity
  • Urinary incontinence

How does the O-Shot work?

The O-Shot is a simple and painless procedure. First, some blood is drawn from the patients, just like any other lab test. Then some topical numbing cream is applied to the areas that will be treated. While the numbing cream is being absorbed, the blood is spun in a centrifuge until it separates into its different components. The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is removed from the tube with a syringe, and then small amounts are injected into the upper wall of the vagina and around the clitoris, using an extremely small needle. Most patients report no pain, or sensation at all during the injection.

Does it work?

Early results from the O-Shots development showed an amazing increase in vaginal sensitivity and lubrication within a few weeks after the injection. Women suffering from urinary incontinence also experienced amazing results. This technology has been used in other areas of medicine for quite a long time. Orthopedic surgeons have used PRP to heal wounds and to accelerate the repair of injuries, the O-Shot simply uses the regenerative properties of PRP in the vagina, instead of in the knee. The PRP contains the growth factors that your body uses to repair damage caused by injury or overuse, but with the O-Shot, they are used to help rejuvenate tissue that has become less toned over time. The PRP is activated prior to injection with the addition of a small amount of calcium, tricking the PRP into thinking it has been summoned by the body to heal an injury. This then causes the unipotent stem cells in the PRP to repair and rejuvenate the vaginal tissue.