The O Shot – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The O-Shot® (also known as the “Orgasm Shot”) is a single, easy treatment that allows women to improve their orgasm response through an injection of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Not only does the O-Shot® improve your sexual health, the safe, practically painless procedure can also aid in treating urinary incontinence.
Through the O-Shot®, women are afforded a means of achieving significantly improved sexual stimulation and satisfaction while avoiding the risks and lengthy periods of recovery associated with surgery.
How does the O-Shot® Treatment Work?
The first step of the O-Shot® treatment involves drawing a sample of the patient’s blood and isolating PRP via centrifuge, a process that takes roughly 10 minutes to complete. While the blood is being processed, an anesthetic will be applied to the injection sight. Once the PRP has been isolated and the treatment area is sufficiently numbed, the PRP is injected into the clitoris and upper vagina through a very fine, thin needle.
Is the O-Shot® Is Painful?
As the treatment area is anesthetized, most patients do not experience any discomfort or pain when receiving the O-Shot®, though a small number of Englewood, NJ women have reported feeling a slight pinching or stinging sensation. The minimally invasive nature of the O-Shot® treatment means women may resume regular physical activity -including sexual activity- immediately following their treatment.
What are the results of the O-Shot®?
Most women who receive the O-Shot® notice a change in their sexual stimulation and satisfaction almost immediately. In most cases, full effects of the O-Shot® are seen after three weeks to a month following the treatment. And in the tremendously rare instances when the O-Shot® was reported to have yielded unsatisfactory results, the procedure can be repeated as early as eight weeks after the initial treatment, which almost always provides the necessary boost.
Regardless of age, O-Shot® recipients universally report increased sensitivity to their clitoris and G-spot; with many experiencing stronger (and even multiple) orgasms even when having never done so before.
How Long does the O-Shot® Last?
While the O-Shot® has been proven to last over three years in some women, most women opt to maintain the results of their O-Shot® by repeating the treatment every 18 months.
Are there Side effects to the O-Shot?
The O-Shot® is safe and free from almost any side effects. Since the O-Shot® is comprised of the patient’s own PRP, no side effects have been reported from injecting it back into their own body. That being said, women who are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, are nursing, are suffering from an active infection, have severe allergies, or who have experienced hypersensitivity in the past should not receive the O-Shot®. Women experiencing any issues with their vaginal health should refrain from getting the O-Shot® until such issues have been resolved.
Following the O-Shot®, some women report experiencing mild soreness, but this typically subsides completely within a 24-hour time span. As can be the case with any injection, there can be a tiny amount of bleeding to the treatment area, but such cases are extremely rare. Nonetheless, women can return to work and resume all other normal activities as early as the same day as their O-Shot®, including sexual activity.
How Many O-Shots do I Need?
While the O-Shot® improves sexual stimulation and satisfaction after just a single O-Shot® treatment, the O-Shot® can be administered multiple times. Some women have also reported benefits from undergoing multiple O-Shot® treatments, with many choosing to undergo multiple, ongoing treatments to maintain or rejuvenate their results. In all cases, women can undergo an additional O-Shot® as early as eight weeks after their previous treatment.
Is the O-Shot safe?
The O-Shot® treatment comes from the patient’s own body – so it is a 100% natural and extremely safe treatment. PRP has a long, successful history of rejuvenating, regenerating, and healing following injuries and procedures. And while PRP harvesting methods do have FDA approval, such procedures are not required to carry a designation by the FDA. Since PRP are naturally occurring sells from within the patient’s body, it is not considered a drug by the FDA.
O Shot – Englewood, NJ
Whether you’re experiencing a decreased sex drive, urinary incontinence, or you simply desire increased sexual satisfaction, schedule a consultation with board-certified OBGYN Dr. Hetal Gor today to discuss the O-Shot. Dr. Gor will evaluate your needs and develop a treatment plan that will lead you towards a life of improved intimacy and sexual satisfaction.
Call our Englewood, NJ medical office today, and schedule an appointment to see what an O Shot can do for you!