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Women throughout the United States are seeking to reclaim their sexual health and wellness with a O Spot Injection (aka O-shot). This new procedure can increase your sexual desire, give you mind-blowing orgasms, and can also help treat vaginal dryness and/or incontinence.
What is a O Spot Injection ?
All-natural, painless and non-surgical, the O Spot Injection harvests a woman’s own healing agents (PRP) and applies them to two specific areas, one near the clitoris and one inside the vagina.
Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress urinary incontinence is very common in women, particularly those who have delivered children vaginally. Stress incontinence is losing urine without meaning to during physical activity, such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise.
For many women this is a frustrating, even debilitating issue that requires inconvenient behavioral and activity modifications. While invasive surgery is an option for most women, many shy away from that possibility because of recovery times and fears of negative side-effects.
Because of its rejuvenating properties, the O Spot Injection has been shown to dramatically reduce the instances of stress urinary incontinence and, in many women, eliminate them all together.
To hold urine and control urination, the lower urinary tract and nervous system need to be working normally. You must also be able to recognize and respond to the urge to urinate. In stress incontinence, the sphincter pelvic muscles, which support the bladder and urethra, are weakened. The sphincter is not able to prevent urine from flowing when pressure is placed on the abdomen (such as when you cough, laugh, or lift something heavy). Because the O Spot Injection works to regenerate muscle tissue, these muscles improve their elasticity and strengthen overall sphincter and urethra function.
The O Spot Injection Results Video
Watch the O Spot Injection results video shown on The Doctors TV Show.
The O Spot Injection
The O Spot Injection Results
Frequently Asked Questions About The O Spot Injection in Milwaukee, WI?
What is PRP?
Platelets play an essential role in the way your body heals injuries. When activated, they release large amounts of several growth factors that stimulate growth and repair. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used effectively for a variety of treatments for more than 20 years and many studies have found it to be safe and in most cases effective. Over 50,000 procedures involving the injection of PRP into various parts of the body have been performed with no significant side effects or complications reported.
Who is a candidate for the O Spot Injection?
How does the O Spot Injection work?
Once injected, the platelets immediately activate the body’s localized stem cells and begin rejuvenating and revitalizing vaginal and clitoral function. This results in increased sensitivity and improved overall sexual response.
The O Spot Injection works. To date, over 100 women have experienced its benefits. While results vary from patient to patient, each one has reported some level of increased function and sensation — many cite significant increases.
How many treatments are necessary?
Read More about The O Shot Injection
The O Spot was recently featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine!
Click here to read the full article online!
A Pilot Study of the Effect of Localized Injections of Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for the Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction
Charles Runels*, Hugh Melnick, Ernest Debourbon and Lisbeth Roy Medical School, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Currently, accepted treatments for Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) are limited to psychological, behavioral, hormonal and psychopharmacologic interventions. Because of the complex and multifactorial nature of FSD, current therapeutic options may leave a subset of women suffering with sexual dysfunction without clinical improvement. As a simple, safe, and natural alternative therapeutic option for treating female sexual dysfunction, a pilot study was undertaken to test the effect, if any, of vaginal and clitoral injections of autologous Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) on women desiring treatment for painful intercourse or anorgasmia. Two standardized sexuality tests, the Female Sexual Function Index and the Female Sexual Distress Scale, were administered before and after treatment and were used to measure the response to this therapeutic intervention. Our data indicated some degree of improvement in FSD, including positive changes in isolated sexual difficulties and in the reduction of levels of sexual distress. However, the limited number of participants in this pilot study restricts conclusions. Our initial observations do suggest that further investigation of PRP therapy for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction is indicated.