The natural aging process can have a negative impact on various aspects of women’s health. Some of the negative effects that women experience are urinary incontinence, lowered libido, and vaginal dryness. If this is something that you experience, then you will be pleased to know that there is help available. O-Shot® technology is available to help you overcome these and other common concerns. Here is what you should know.
What Is the O-Shot?
The O-Shot is a treatment that involves using a woman’s own platelets from their blood. The nutrient-rich platelets, called platelet-rich plasma (PRP), are harnessed and injected into the clitoris and the vagina. The shots are given with local anesthesia, making it a simple and pain-free process.
What Is the O-Shot Used For?
The O-Shot is used to help women overcome various concerns that they have regarding their vaginal health. This often includes their ability to orgasm. However, it also helps treat urinary incontinence and vaginal dryness. The shots work to stimulate the growth of new tissues in the treated area, which helps to improve the overall health of the sexual organs.
What Are the Benefits of the O-Shot?
Patients who receive an O-Shot injection report experiencing several benefits. These include:
- A dramatic decrease in urinary incontinence
- Improved clitoral and vaginal sensitivity, which leads to stronger orgasms
- Enhanced sexual desire and libido
- Improved skin quality on the vulva
- Improved vaginal lubrication
- Increased G-spot sensation
- Less pain during intercourse
In addition, patients with lichen sclerosus also report improvements in this condition.
Many women experience noticeable improvements within a few days of treatment. However, the full effects of the treatment can take around three months to manifest in most cases.
Schedule a Consultation in Dallas, TX Today
If you are interested in seeing how an O-Shot can help you, contact the Women’s Wellness Institute of Dallas at your earliest convenience. Our team is able to meet with you to discuss your circumstances and determine whether you are a good candidate for this treatment. Contact our Dallas, TX, office to schedule an appointment today by calling (214) 544-9146.