What is the O-Shot? (PTSD)?
The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot, is a non-surgical treatment that uses blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate the vaginal tissue and improve sexual function. The procedure is performed by injecting the growth factors into specific areas of the vaginal wall and clitoris.
What Are the Benefits of the O-Shot?
Some potential benefits of the O-Shot include:
Improved sexual function, including increased arousal, orgasm intensity, and sexual satisfaction
Relief from urinary incontinence
Improved symptoms of stress incontinence, overactive bladder, and interstitial cystitis
Improved symptoms of sexual dysfunction, such as pain during sex or difficulty achieving orgasm
Who is a candidate for the O-Shot?
The O-Shot is typically recommended for women who are experiencing sexual dysfunction or urinary incontinence. It may be appropriate for women who have not responded to other treatments or who are unable to take certain medications.
How the O-Shot is performed:
The O-Shot procedure typically takes about 30 minutes to complete.
The following steps are involved:
The patient's blood is collected and placed in a centrifuge to separate the growth factors.
The growth factors are then activated using a special solution.
The patient is given a local anesthetic to numb the treatment area.
The growth factors are injected into specific areas of the vaginal wall and clitoris.
The procedure is completed, and the patient can go home the same day.
Risks and side effects:
As with any medical procedure, there are some potential risks and side effects associated with the O-Shot.
These may include:
Allergic reactions to the materials used in the procedure
Discomfort or pain at the injection site
Bruising or swelling
Results and duration:
The results of the O-Shot may vary from person to person. Some patients may notice improvements in sexual function and urinary incontinence within a few days, while others may take longer to see results. The effects of the O-Shot typically last for several months, and booster shots may be necessary to maintain results.