1What is the O-Shot?
The O-shot is a way to rejuvenate the vagina. Also known as the “Orgasm Shot”, it is a nonsurgical painless technique that uses part of your own blood to increase libido, improve sensitivity, and decrease vaginal dryness and painful sex. It also helps women with urinary incontinence due to stress or urge
2What is “PRP”?
Platelet Rich Plasma “PRP” is the concentrated portion of your blood that contains growth factors, collagen boosters and healing substances. It is extracted from your blood through a simple blood draw.
3 How is PRP used?
PRP is used in the O-shot. It is injected into strategic places in the vagina to help rejuvenate the vaginal walls, glands and clitoris. PRP is also used in the face, hair, and skin in procedures known as “Vampire Procedures”.
4 Is injecting PRP safe?
Yes. PRP is derived from your own blood. There are no known side effects.
5How long do the effects last?
The effects can last anywhere from 15-18 months.
6If the desired results are not reached can it be repeated?
Yes. The procedure can be repeated 8 weeks later.
7Is the injection painful?
The O-shot is performed painlessly with the use of topical and local anesthetics. There is no pain after the anesthesia wears off also.
8Do you have to take time off from work to have it done?
There is no down time with the O-shot. The whole process takes 30 minutes in the office.
9How quickly will you see results?
Benefits of the O-shot are usually felt immediately and the optimal effect is noticeable approximately 3 weeks after the injection.
10Does it really work?
85-90% of women who have had the o-shot report satisfaction. 90% of women with urinary incontinence say their symptoms resolved.
11How much does the O-shot cost?
The typical cost of the O-shot procedure is between $1500-1900.
12Who should get the O-shot?
Any women between the ages of 21-80 can benefit from the O-shot. Women having episodes or recurrent symptoms of sexual dysfunction including low desire, painful sex or inability to achieve orgasm should try the O-shot. Women with stress urinary incontinence, meaning that they leak urine when they cough, sneeze or laugh have a dramatic response to the O-shot. Women with vaginal menopausal symptoms such as vaginal dryness, irritation, loss of sensitivity and women who want to enhance their sexual experience are great candidates for the O-shot.