Can an O-Shot Treat Sexual Dysfunction in Women?
Trouble in the bedroom is not something anyone wants to have to deal with – whether you are in a committed relationship or not. While Sexual dysfunction is not something that many people are open to talking about – whether it be for men or women, it is a common problem among many individuals across the world. Luckily, if you can talk about it, there are things that can be done to help alleviate the issue and get you back to feeling up to your favorite intimate activities. For women, there are several options that can get things feeling normal again – whether it be a procedure known as vaginal rejuvenation or something called the O-Shot. Both of these can help when it comes to sexual dysfunction and can make you feel like yourself again.
What is the O-Shot?
The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot, might sound scary or like some kind of science fiction procedure and not something used in everyday life. Luckily, it is a very real procedure that works incredibly well when it comes to improving libido and sexual performance in women. It is aptly named because of its ability to aid in combating sexual dysfunction and improve satisfaction, as well as help the individual reach orgasm more easily. This quick and simple shot can be done in your doctor’s office and does not have any downtime, so you can go back to your daily activities without worrying about needing any time off!
How is the O-Shot Procedure Performed?
The O-Shot is a form of PRP therapy or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy. What this means is that when you go in for your appointment, the first thing that you can expect is to undergo a quick blood draw. After the blood draws, your blood sample will be placed into a centrifuge and spun, separating the platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood. This plasma is then injected into the specified area in order to help improve circulation, increase blood flow to the area, and make it more sensitive.
After the blood is drawn, a numbing agent is placed on the area to make the procedure painless. In this case, the O-Shot is given into the inside of the vagina and the clitoris, which makes the area incredibly sensitive and helps to achieve orgasm or make the orgasms already felt more satisfying.
Are There Risks Involved With the O-Shot?
Like any medical procedure, there are risks involved. The most common risks that are involved in the O-Shot procedure are bruising, slight pain in the area, and discomfort, but these typically only last from a few hours after the procedure up to a few days. In fact, PRP therapy carries very little risk of infection or rejection, as the blood comes from your own body. So when it comes to getting the O-Shot, you can rest assured that there is very minimal risk of anything going wrong.
Is There Downtime After an O-Shot?
Unlike other procedures, when it comes to the O-Shot, there is no downtime after. Patients who opt for this procedure are able to go on with their daily activities – and yes, that includes sexual activities, too.
Why Do Women Want the O-Shot?
Since the O-Shot is an easier and more affordable treatment for sexual dysfunction in women, it is often one of the first courses of action that many women seek out in order to try and help themselves. Women who are frustrated with a lack of sexual satisfaction or the inability to achieve orgasms often find that the O-Shot helps them and makes sexual interactions better. Some women find that because they are not satisfied during sex, they lose interest in intimacy altogether. The O-Shot can help make sex pleasurable again and help women who have lost interest in sex regain their confidence and their ability to feel satisfaction again.
If you would like to learn more about vaginal rejuvenation, the O-Shot, or other ways that you can treat sexual dysfunction, call the office of Dr. Ghlozland today at 310-393-9359, and we will be happy to help!