$1200/treatment

The O-Shot (TM) procedure provides a very specific way of using growth factors to stimulate multipotent stem cells to generate healthier and more functional tissue in the areas of sexual response and urinary continence within the vagina (G-Spot, O-Spot, Skene’s Glands, urethra, and vaginal wall). Female sexual dysfunction is not a small problem as 50% experience some degree of low libido and dysfunction.

Urinary incontinence- O-Shot

Organic solutions to your most embarrassing problems: Platelet rich plasma (PRP) offers a simple and effective solution to female urinary incontinence. Let the power of emerging regenerative medical procedures work for you to solve this progressive condition. Any woman that struggles with urinary incontinence knows that it is one of those dreaded conditions of aging that you would rather never experience, and it is one that seems rather hopeless. But, you don’t have to suffer, you don’t have struggle – the O-Shot treats urinary incontinence effectively.

What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a simple, nonsurgical procedure that uses the growth factors each woman has in her own body to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation to activate the Orgasm System. The O-Shot procedure begins with a simple blood draw. Then, using a proprietary technique, platelets are separated and concentrated. The Platelet Rich Plasma containing growth factors extracted from your blood is then injected into an area near the clitoris and into the area of the upper vagina that is most important for the sexual response (the “o-spot”). These areas are numbed with a local anesthetic cream before injection, causing patients to experience little or no discomfort during the procedure.

How does the O-shot work?

The doctor injects the PRP into an area called the “O-Spot” –a collection of structures that activate the orgasm system. The process of injecting trigger the platelets to release seven different growth factors that then activate the uni-potent stem cells located in the vaginal and clitoral tissues to regenerate and thus become “younger” with improved functional potential.

Women often enjoy some effects of the O-Shot almost immediately, as the growth factors begin to rejuvenate and enhance the sexual response. Women receiving O-Shot procedure have reported an increase in their sexual response within days and weeks of the treatment – and for many, the increase is dramatic.

What can the O-shot do for you?

Although each woman’s results differ, many patients have reported:

  • GREATER AROUSAL FROM CLITORAL STIMULATION
  • YOUNGER, SMOOTHER SKIN OF THE VULVA (LIPS OF THE VAGINA)
  • A TIGHTER INTROITUS (VAGINAL OPENING)
  • STRONGER ORGASM
  • MORE FREQUENT ORGASM
  • INCREASED SEXUAL DESIRE
  • INCREASED ABILITY TO HAVE A VAGINAL ORGASM
  • DECREASED PAIN FOR THOSE WITH DYSPAREUNIA (PAINFUL INTERCOURSE)
  • INCREASED NATURAL LUBRICATION
  • DECREASED OR RESOLVED URINARY INCONTINENCE (BOTH URGE AND STRESS PROBLEMS)

How do you know if the O-Shot is right for you?

CALL TODAY for a free consultation and we can let you know exactly which treatments are the best for you!

 

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is characterized by involuntary leakage of urine from the bladder. This includes small amounts of urine that are dispelled with laughing or coughing, as well as the complete inability to control your bladder. Urinary incontinence is classified into two categories: stress incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence is the leakage of urine in small doses as a result of an increase abdominal pressure caused by other body reactions or activities, such as sneezing, laughing, lifting or coughing. Stress incontinence, in many cases, is due to a loss of support from the urethra. It is commonly observed as a consequence of damage to pelvic support structures that occur during childbirth or trauma.

Urge incontinence, also known as overactive bladder, is a dysfunction caused by uninhibited contractions of the detrusor muscle. When these contractions occur, the bladder leaks large amounts of urine and often does not give you sufficient warning to get to the bathroom in time. Both types of urinary incontinence are often related underlying medical conditions, however, in general, the condition is largely unreported to medical practitioners, limiting accurate statistics about the condition. Many individuals feel embarrassed, or that solutions do not exist and therefore address the issue without inquiring further. You don’t have to wear “adult diapers” for the rest of your life platelet rich plasma can treat both types of urinary incontinence.

How does PRP treat urinary incontinence?

PRP, administered as the O-Shot, has successfully treated and even reversed conditions of incontinence for thousands of women. The doctor injects PRP – sourced from your own blood – into the space around the urethra (the tube from which the urine flows out of the body). The injections trigger the platelets to release seven different growth factors that activate the unipotent stem cells to stimulate the tissues to regenerate and repair damaged. Most women experience some form of relief from urinary incontinence in a week or two following the O-Shot and improvement continues over several weeks. Successful results include the reduced or eliminated need for medications to treat urinary incontinence or a complete resolution of the condition. 

Why should you seek treatment for urinary incontinence?

Symptoms of urinary incontinence is a progressive problem that gets worse over time unless treated. Urinary incontinence affects women of all ages, but the issue is most prevalent among older women – it is a classic condition of aging. Up to 35 percent of women over the age of 60 are estimated to have bladder control issues and more than 50 percent of all cases affect women rather than men. Incontinence can contribute to decreased self-confidence, depression and a lower quality of life. You may even find that you avoid activities and social settings for fear of embarrassing moments that you believe are beyond your control. Many women may even avoid sexual activity and exercise to avoid the risk of embarrassment. Studies have shown that there is a clear link between incontinence in women and depression. An article published in Obstetrics & Gynecology in 2005 surveyed nearly 6,000 women between the ages of 30 and 90. They found that in women experiencing incontinence, the likelihood to be diagnosed with depression increased threefold. Without treatment, you may find that multiple aspects of your life seemingly spiral out of control. Maintaining a healthy weight, routine physical activity and pelvic therapy has been shown to a positive impact on a woman’s bladder control. These efforts combined with PRP treatments can resolve your struggles with urinary incontinence – why wouldn’t you want treatment?