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The O-Shot is a non-surgical procedure that can offer multiple benefits. This procedure is performed by injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the clitoris and upper vagina, effectively improving orgasm and enhancing sexual enjoyment.
PRP treatments take advantage of the body’s natural healing and regenerative properties. Our Nurse Practitioner Jessica will collected a small amount of your blood and centrifuged it to separate the plasma. This plasma, which contains growth factors that trigger cell proliferation and promote tissue healing, is collected and used for the PRP treatment. Jessica will then inject the PRP into the clitoris and upper vagina to exert its effects.
The O-Shot can also be used in combination with vaginal laser treatment to help women who suffer from decreased lubrication and mild stress urinary incontinence.
The O-Shot can help with:
A weak pelvic floor
Pain associated with PID
Weak vaginal opening muscles
Trouble reaching orgasm
Postpartum fecal incontinence
Chronic pain from mesh and interstitial cystitis
The plasma in your blood has five fundamental proteins that are present in your body in normal concentrations all the time. The O-Shot treatment increases the concentration of proteins up to 18x in the vaginal area. Stem cells activate and blood circulation increases due to blood being 'called' to the area in addition to enhancement of the vascular structure. Nerve cells regenerate in addition to the muscle, skin and hair tissues. This results in renewed vaginal muscles, skin, and nerve endings for a more intimate, powerful sexual experience.
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Package of 3 O-Shots
Vitalia Treatment & O-Shot
*Treatments done 2 weeks apart
Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing and underwear.
If you are menstruating, your appointment will need to be rescheduled.
You may take a pain medication (Advil/Tylenol) prior to your arrival if you wish.
You may experience some mild spotting or bleeding.
Refrain from intercourse for 38 hours following treatment.
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