What You Need to Know About The O-Shot

What You Need to Know About The O-Shot

“What is the O-Shot?” 

“Should I get an O-Shot?” 

“What will happen to me after getting an O-Shot?” 

If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, keep reading! In this blog, we’ll be covering everything you need to know about the O-Shot. 

First of all, its name is actually a shortened version of “orgasm shot,” and it does exactly what it says on the tin; it treats sexual dysfunction in women. It’s a non-surgical, minimally-invasive treatment. Women who’ve received this treatment have reported more intense and frequent orgasms, improved libido, more lubrication, and greater arousal. 

But make no mistake, the O-Shot isn’t a drug! It actually works using the same mechanisms and biological processes as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, which is used to treat chronic pain and injuries. 

Preparing the O-Shot is a hassle-free, straightforward procedure. First, blood is drawn from the patient’s arm. Then, the sample is placed in a centrifuge to separate the platelets and plasma from the rest of the blood, which is concentrated until it forms a dense solution of platelets. And finally, once the PRP solution is ready, it is then re-injected into the area near the clitoris and upper vagina, rejuvenating the tissues and organs in the area so they go back to full functionality. 

This procedure is one of the safest, most comfortable solutions to sexual dysfunction. Drawing on the patient’s own platelets means that the risk of rejection or adverse reactions is zero. Extracting and re-injecting the platelets are the only times you might feel pain—but this is minimal, and most clinics can easily treat you with numbing cream beforehand so you feel absolutely nothing. 

This advanced procedure can treat various conditions that may be hindering you from having a fruitful and enjoyable sex life, such as…

  • Stress urinary incontinence 
  • Vaginal dryness 
  • Sexual dysfunction or pain while having intercourse 
  • Inability or decreased ability to reach orgasm 
  • Recurring vaginal pain from childbirth or transvaginal mesh 
  • Weakness or pain in the pelvic floor

At first glance, the O-Shot may seem too good to be true, especially for women who have long been unsatisfied with the state of their sex life. But while it does produce results, it is not a “magic pill.” 

Why? Because there are several factors that may affect the results of the O-Shot, such as age, hormones, and pre-existing medical conditions. This is because the O-Shot doesn’t introduce any new chemicals or hormones into your system; it just uses the powerful, natural healing mechanisms that are already there. 

Possible side effects of the O-Shot may include: 

  • Urgent or more frequent urination 
  • Pinching, pressure, or pain during injection (Topical numbing agents can alleviate this) ● Spotting 
  • A feeling of vaginal “fullness” 

However, these side effects are expected and perfectly safe, so there’s nothing to worry about. You shouldn’t feel any pain, and they will fade on their own in a couple of weeks. 

The O-Shot is a great option for women seeking to rejuvenate their sex lives, even after childbirth! It’s effective and safe, offering numerous benefits with minimal adverse effects. 

There’s no shame in wanting to enjoy intimacy again—you deserve it! If you’re curious about the O-Shot or thinking about getting it, please do not hesitate to reach out to us on our website. We would be happy to answer your questions so that you know exactly what you are getting from us, and get you scheduled for a private, confidential consultation. 

 

And watch out for our next blog!

 

Sources: 

https://coyleinstitute.com/o-shot-safety/ 

https://principledhealthcare.com/principled-healthcare-solutions-blog/ 

https://norehealth.com/what-is-the-o-shot-what-can-i-expect/ 

https://hbhealth.com/o-spot/ 

https://www.integrativehealthheart.com/blog/everything-you-want-to-know-about-the-o-shot-but didnt-know-who-to-ask

https://www.vibrantwomanhealthcenter.com/blog/your-sexual-health-matters-and-the-o-shot-can -help

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