If you are not completely satisfied with your intimate life, you are not alone. Childbirth, menopause, and simply aging cause a variety of symptoms, including a lack of confidence. The O-Shot can help with many of the causes of feeling this way, such as dryness, pain, urinary incontinence, and an overall lack of arousal. Using your own blood platelets, you can rejuvenate both the vagina and clitoris, restoring sexual satisfaction.
How Does the O-Shot Work?
When you have this procedure done, a small amount of your own blood is drawn. It is then spun at incredibly fast speeds in order to separate out the heavily concentrated platelets. After numbing the area, these platelets are then injected into the affected area. This will stimulate stem cells and growth hormones in the area to begin healing and growing.
The O-Shot results in more blood flow to the area, increasing sensitivity and satisfaction. It also helps your body produce more natural lubrication. The O-Shot is even helpful in treating urinary incontinence due to restoring the health of the tissue in the area.
Altogether, having the O-Shot takes as little as 45 minutes, including having your blood drawn. Full results can be expected 3-4 weeks after your treatment, although many women report noticing improvements sooner.
What are the Benefits of the O-Shot?
The O-Shot is growing in popularity, and with good reason. Once having it done, women report experiencing:
- Less pain during intercourse
- An increase in sexual desire
- More lubrication
- Greater reaction to clitoral stimulation
- Tightening of the vaginal opening
- More frequent and intense orgasms
- A reduction or complete stop in urinary incontinence
This is all accomplished through a non-surgical treatment that can be done quickly to fit into your busy schedule.
Who is an Ideal Candidate for the O-Shot?
Any woman who is feeling unsatisfied with their intimate health should consider seeking out this treatment. It can be useful in treating several conditions, such as:
- Female Orgasmic Disorder
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
- Dyspareunia (pain during sex)
If you feel you are someone that may benefit from this treatment, we encourage you to contact our office today. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the O-Shot and what it may be able to do for you. A personalized consultation can be scheduled and we can start you on the road to an increase in sexual satisfaction. Contact us today at Scottsdale Center for Women’s Health.