How to Have Better Sex After 40
As you age, it’s not uncommon to feel a little less satisfied in the bedroom. While it might feel like you’re the problem, it’s helpful to remember that this is a naturally occurring process for the body to experience.
With each passing decade, your body changes, going from perimenopause into menopause.
As this happens, sex may not be quite as desirable for you anymore. Fortunately, procedures like the O-Shot can help bring life and satisfaction back into the bedroom, making you feel more like your younger self!
What Is the O-Shot?
The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot, is a procedure designed to increase sex drive and sensation in desired areas. It can offer an increase in sexual satisfaction, which can, in turn, make sex more enjoyable.
The O-Shot uses the Platelet-Rich Plasma method, which is the injection of the body’s own blood and cells to restore sensation. The O-Shot is often injected into the vaginal area to help increase sexual satisfaction, treat vaginal dryness, reduce urinary incontinence and increase sex drive.
How Is the O-Shot Performed?
The O-Shot is performed in your doctor’s office. It is a quick outpatient procedure with virtually no downtime. It is done by taking small samples of your blood, which is then placed in a centrifuge after it has been extracted. After the platelets have been separated, this plasma is then injected to rejuvenate the vaginal area.
The vaginal area will be numbed using a topical numbing solution prior to the procedure, and then injected with a local anesthetic. Hence, the entire O-Shot treatment is virtually pain-free.
O-Shot Recovery: Can I Have Sex After the O-Shot?
When it comes to the O-Shot, recovery isn’t lengthy at all. Most women can return to daily activities on the same day – including sexual activity!
While the results aren’t always noticeable right away, taking up to a week to fully kick in, most women report success within a few days. Some women even noticed an increased sex drive and ability to orgasm on the first day.
What Are the Risks of the O-Shot?
Like any medical procedure, the O-Shot does carry some risks. Redness, bruising, swelling, itching and slight pain after the numbing solution wears off are the main side effects. Since the procedure uses your own platelet-rich plasma, rejection is unlikely at all, making this a safe procedure.
Start Having Better Sex
If you are ready to learn more about the O-Shot, find out if you are an ideal candidate, or to book an appointment, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today!