Benefits of the O Shot

The O shot for women is used to treat urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness and lack of sexual desire, especially in post-menopausal women. The procedure is safe and non-surgical. Using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), this procedure helps stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. Other benefits include:

·       Relief from painful intercourse (dyspuernia)

·       Increased skin texture of the vulva (vaginal lips)

·       Increased clitoral sensitivity and arousal

·       Tighter vaginal opening for more pleasurable intercourse

·       Increased arousal from G-Spot stimulation

·       More intense and more frequent orgasms

As women age, diminished sexual desire, urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, and reduced sexual responsiveness are common symptoms. The O Shot helps to revitalize sexual health and self-confidence for women. No surgery is required. The PRP is obtained from your own blood and works by stimulating stem cells, collagen, and blood vessels, effectively rejuvenating the vaginal region and make it feel and respond to stimulation the way it used to in our youth.

The O Shot takes one to three weeks to see results and full effects are achieved within three months.  The combination of feeling sexually awakened and free of any worries about leaking urine is truly liberating. When compared to other treatments, the O Shot is safe, effective.

Other treatments such as anticholinergics can help calm an overactive bladder but comes with unwanted side effects. Behavioral techniques can help retrain the bladder, while including fluid and diet management. Pelvic floor muscle exercise can strengthen the muscles. A physical therapist can help you work the right muscles with biofeedback techniques. Other interventional treatments may help. These include bulking material injections (Coaptite), which can result in physical blockage, creating systemic problems; botox injections into the bladder muscle may be prescribed but is generally prescribed if other first line treatments are unsuccessful; and nerve stimulators can be implanted to control nerve stimulation to the bladder, but requires surgery. Surgery can also include sling procedures for the bladder, bladder neck suspension, prolapse surgery and artificial urinary sphincter insertion.

Imagine not having to worry about leakage during intimate moments, dribbling during exercising, or wearing protective pads and undergarments. All these prevent women from regaining an active and confident life. Review your choices and chose your best option.

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