Get Ready for Valentine’s Day with an O-Shot
What’s better than roses, chocolates or lingerie? How about an injection that will guarantee sexual climax? Now that sounds like a perfect Valentine’s Day.
“O” is for Orgasm
Thanks to Dr. Charles Runels an orgasm-filled sex life became a reality. Seven years ago, on Valentine’s Day, the Alabama surgeon’s girlfriend asked him to inject her vagina with the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment or O-Shot. The injection had previously only been used to erase stretch marks and wrinkles so Runels’ significant other wondered if it would have the same “tightening” effect on her vagina.
It did. And when those vaginal muscles were tightened it translated to an increase in those coveted orgasms.
What is the O-Shot?
Many women who have given birth will say that sex has become less pleasurable. In addition, as women age sex may become less desirable. This decline in passion can’t simply be attributed to fatigue or aging. After each birth, the vagina stretches out. Other symptoms of growing older, such as menopause, can cause vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence.
A dry vagina can make it more difficult to reach orgasm, turning that once fun activity into more of a chore. But the O-Shot can change that all. The in-office procedure begins with taking a blood sample from the patient. That blood specimen is then filtered to separate the blood from the platelets. That PRP is rich with elements that help cells grow. By injecting it in different parts of the body, including the vagina, it can help tighten up areas that were stretched out and haven’t bounced back.
Oh. Ohhh. Ohhhh.
Sure, a box full of chocolates is a delicious treat. And who doesn’t love a dozen long stem roses? But when all that foreplay leads to a less-than-pleasurable romp in the bed? Not exactly the best date night. Add orgasms back into your sex life this Valentine’s Day with the O-Shot and you and your partner might just declare this holiday the best yet!
Find out more about how the O-Shot can improve your sex life. Call Dr. Ghozland at (310) 299-7143 to schedule a free consultation.