The O-Shot is nothing less than a revolution in sexual rejuvenation for women. It is a non-surgical solution to natural sexual enhancement, and it has been proven clinically for nearly a decade. You can find out everything you need to know about it at Medical Aesthetics of New England in Acton, MA. The O-Shot, or Orgasm-shot, is not a drug, but rather Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) produced from the patient’s own blood.
What Is PRP?
PRP works by stimulating stem cells, collagen, and blood vessels and has been used extensively in the treatment of sports injuries and as an aid in recovery from surgery. PRP works through the mechanism of inflammation; medications that decrease inflammation also decrease the natural way your body works during cell turnover with PRP.
PRP contains cell-regenerating growth factors that trigger stem cell growth, resulting in increased blood flow and the promotion of healthy tissue generation. During the treatment, blood is drawn from a patient. The platelet-rich plasma is isolated from the blood and re-injected.
The direct benefit of all PRP treatment derives from the increased vascularization, or blood flow, to the injected area. The platelets appear to release up to 35 different healing and growth stimulation factors, including cytokines, which stimulate the healing of soft tissue.
What Is the “O-Shot”?
The O-shot involves injecting PRP—after numbing, of course—into the client’s genitalia near the clitoris and around the vaginal wall.
The shot comes with a range of benefits that include easier arousal, better orgasms, G-spot orgasms, increased lubrication, and reduced pain during sex. It can also provide relief from urinary incontinence.
What Can I Expect During Treatment?
A numbing cream is applied to the treatment area while you lay comfortably. During this time your blood is drawn and placed in a centrifuge which spins for 10 minutes. The PRP is drawn into two syringes. Additional local anesthetic and/or ice may be applied at this time; then the PRP injection is administered. The whole treatment takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
Treating Arousal Disorders
Arousal disorders are often associated with men, but they affect women, too. The following conditions are reported to respond well to treatment:
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
Women who suffer from this condition desire sex but are not able to achieve physical arousal. This complaint affects as many as 5%, or 1 in 20, of all women.
Hypoactive (Low) Sexual Desire Disorder
This disorder is self-diagnosed, as it is only considered a “disorder” if it is disrupting the woman’s life. Around 10% of women report is as a problem; many more just decide to live with it.
Female Orgasmic Disorder
Affecting at least 5% of women–again, 1 in 20–this disorder can be so frustrating that patients choose to avoid sex. Women suffering from this disorder are able to become aroused, but they are not able to achieve orgasm.
Additional Conditions Responsive to PRP Injection
This condition often appears during and after menopause. It causes the skin to become thinner than normal, allowing it to bruise or blister more easily. In severe cases, it can result in ulcerated lesions, or open wounds. The areas of skin may also be slightly raised and appear white or shiny.
Mild cases of lichen sclerosus sometimes go unnoticed because they don’t cause any symptoms aside from the visible, physical symptoms of white, shiny skin.
The chronic inflammation of bladder muscle tissue, known as interstitial cystitis, has also responded well to PRP injection.
How Soon Will I See Results?
There is usually an immediate volumizing effect that lasts up to a week, and sex should be more pleasurable right away (although it is best to avoid it for the first day). Most women report enhanced sensation within the first few weeks.
The most noticeable change begins at around six weeks. This makes medical sense, because that is about how long it takes for cells to turn over, providing new younger, better-functioning cells. Tissue then becomes more sensitive and blood vessels are more plump. It is this increased blood supply that allows patients to achieve orgasm more easily.
Over the next few months, the PRP stimulates the stem cells, collagen, and blood vessels to help grow tissue; thus, maximum benefit can be seen after three full months. Patients can resume all activities, including sexual activity, the same day, but there may be light spotting from the needle injection.
What Are the Measurable Benefits?
PRP injection of the genital tissue can give you back the sensations you had when you were younger, and maybe even brand-new sensations. It truly is a non-surgical rejuvenation of your most personal area. Expect:
- Decreased urinary incontinence
- Younger, smoother skin of the vulva
- Increased sexual desire
- Increased natural lubrication
- A tighter vaginal opening
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Stronger orgasm
- More frequent orgasm
Real Treatment, Real Results
The O-Shot is safe, quickly administered, and has no reports of serious side effects. After all, you can’t have an allergic reaction to your own blood. There is incredibly little down-time, so you are back on your feet, so to speak, in hours, not weeks. We think you will feel years, not just months, younger.
What Are You Waiting for?
If you’re in the Boston area, Contact Medical Aesthetics of New England in Acton, MA today to find out how the O-Shot can help you!