Women throughout history have desired to maintain their sexual health as they age. Some of these aging symptoms include:
Fortunately, there is a revolution at work for women led by the appropriately named O-Shot (orgasm shot). With O-Shot, women are experiencing pleasure and greater intimacy than they previously experienced.
Please continue reading to learn more about this treatment, including its history, benefits, potential side effects, and getting started with the O-Shot treatments.
Dr. Charles Runnels invented the O-Shot in 2011. In addition to the O-Shot, he has also invented the Vampire Facial making him a pioneer in procedures that use platelet-rich plasma to improve aesthetics and function through the aging process.
The use of Platelet-rich plasma is quite common for additional medical concerns such as the repair of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints. Platelet-rich plasma through the O-Shot procedure has treated urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction in women.
O-Shot procedures are designed to activate tissue regeneration, enhancing sexual response. The procedure is not FDA approved because the FDA does not regulate using a patient’s own blood and plasma for treatment. However, the PRP harvesting kits used in the O-Shot treatment are FDA approved.
Women have reported the following benefits from O-Shot procedures:
Every woman responds differently; however, most patients can expect to notice full results in 2-3 months, with initial results in the first couple of days.
I had the O-Shot procedure twice without any discomfort. After 5 months, my libido and ability to orgasm have dramatically increased!
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Since the treatment is all-natural and applied with a local anesthetic, there is usually minimal to no pain. Patients can resume normal daily activities almost immediately after the procedure.
The potential O-Shot side effects include:
Most side effects experienced are the result of an improper application of the O-Shot. The vagina and surrounding area is a highly complex and sensitive area of the body. One incorrect injection can be the difference between a successful procedure and an unsuccessful procedure. Take care to only consult with certified O-Shot providers to ensure the best chance of minimizing and avoiding the potential side effects.
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O-Shot treatments are considered an elective procedure just like the P-Shot. As a result, insurance will not cover the cost of treatment although some clinics may offer Care financing or other types of financing. Keep in mind that the total cost will be influenced by the number of treatments needed to achieve your desired results.
However, the cost of each treatment ranges from a low of approximately $1,200 to a high of about $1,800. The range in cost is dependent on the practitioner you choose for your treatment. Final cost may also be determined by cost of living.
The full number of treatments is largely dependent on the patient and their response to treatment. Different goals and concerns will shape the treatment regimen for the patient. That being said, the number of initial treatments is usually between 1-3 treatments.
The results from O-Shot procedures are not permanent. Due to this, most women schedule annual follow-up treatments to maintain their results. Optimal response to treatment is dependent on the patient’s response. If you feel like you’re not experiencing optimal results, consult with your O-Shot doctors to determine the need for additional treatments.
O-Shot procedures are non-surgical and minimally invasive. Because of this, the O-Shot requires virtually no downtime for patients to resume normal daily activities. However, sexual activity should be refrained from for at least four hours after treatment.
Recovery time may be unavoidable for those patients who experience side effects. Some of the side effects like bruising, minor bleeding, or swelling may require a person to wait longer than the minimum four hours for sexual activity. This can also affect comfort levels for normal activities. The right practitioner will minimize your chances of experiencing side effects by placing the injection at the right locations.
For some patients, they will experience results in the first few days after treatment. Most women will see results after a few weeks. Maximum benefits are noticed and/or experienced after a month.
The speed of results is dependent on your response to treatment and your individual starting point. In addition, since the standard regimen is up to three treatments, some women may not notice results until after they have completed the second treatment. If you’re concerned about the speed of your results, consult with your practitioner to determine if any adjustments to your treatment is needed.
The full length of time for results to last is dependent on the individual patient. That being said, the average length of time ranges from one year to a maximum of two years. Your starting point and response to treatment will contribute to the length of time you can expect results to last.
Some patients may need more treatments to get to their optimal results. Since the results are not expected to last forever, most women decide to make follow-up treatment an annual expense so that vaginal function and sexual health are not compromised. Your practitioner can advise you of any adjustment needed if results are not lasting as long as expected.
There are other options designed to treat vaginal and sexual health for women. The range of treatments include:
Some of the treatments are just as minimally invasive, while others require a more invasive approach. Keep in mind that the vagina is a very complex part of the body and different concerns call for different treatments. Ensuring the best treatment for your concerns and goals starts with working closely with your practitioner. Your practitioner will determine the correct treatment for your needs.