For many women today, there is an issue they don’t talk about it. It’s known as Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, the inability to achieve orgasm. It affects as much as 60% of women at some stage of life.
Worst of all, many women think it’s not common and often suffer for years.
Most people know that as you get older, your sex drive tends to wane. However, what is not common knowledge is that there is a simple solution readily available.
What is the O-Shot and How Does it Work?
The O-Shot (a shortened name for the Orgasm Shot) is a quick injection that stimulates the growth and rejuvenation of the soft tissue inside the vagina.
The O-Shot procedure, which has been around since 2013, injects unique blood components into the vagina that helps revive nerves, collagen, and blood vessels.
Like other aesthetic procedures, a doctor must be certified to give the O-Shot, and the average cost is approximately $1,400, which is not covered by most health insurance.
How The O-Shot uses PRP
The O-shot involves injecting platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) into a patient. First, a small quantity of blood is drawn from the client’s arm in the same way as any blood test.
The blood is spun in a centrifuge, which allows for the blood components to separate, isolating the platelet-rich plasma.
This plasma is reinjected into the genitalia near the clitoris and vaginal wall. The plasma stimulates growth and the healing of soft tissue.
How Long Does The O Shot Treatment Take to Work?
Rest assured that the O-Shot is quick and painless. It is a 20-minute non-surgical procedure. There is typically no recovery time, and the results are almost immediate in some women.
Because the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) contains growth hormone factors, it rejuvenates the vagina, also treating urinary stress and urge incontinence. It can also assist with looseness, dryness, or lack of sensitivity in the vagina.
Although each woman’s experience varies, the typical O-Shot benefits can include:
- Stronger and more frequent orgasm
- Increased clitoral stimulation
- Smoother skin of the vulva
- A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
- Pinker color of the vulva tissue
- Increased libido and sexual desire
- An increase in natural lubrication
Some women have also experienced a reduction in painful conditions, including:
- Improved symptoms of urinary incontinence
- Decreased inflammation in the condition lichen sclerosis
- A decrease in pain for those with dyspareunia
If you have concerns about a lack of sexual arousal or pain during intercourse, then the O-Shot can be a welcome relief. Many women say they have felt incredible benefits after treatment and are incredibly glad they decided to act.