How can I access PRP to increase the size of my Clitoris?
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When did you decide that your clitoris was too small?
Increasing size of a diminutive clitoris. PRP? Testosterone??
"If it ain't broke don't fix it" is my philosophy. HOWEVER... if you feel you have a sexual response issue and that it may be related to the size and [lack of] responsiveness of your clitoris, and that it may be improved by increasing the size of your clitoris, here are my suggestions and my rather considerable knowledge:
First off, I strongly and empathetically suggest you begin by seeking out a sexual medicine expert. Best if this person happens as well to be a gynecologist. Go to the website of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health ("ISSWSH") and fine hopefully a "Fellow" ("IF") but at least a member near you. Again, look for a member/Fellow who is a Gyn. Visit him or her and have a good evaluation with the goal of determining whether increasing the size/sensitivity of your clitoris may be beneficial in your situation.
IF it appears that it would be worth a try, you have 2 options, and they are not mutually exclusive. The first is, after your blood free & bioavailable testosterone has been checked, to have testosterone cream prescribed for you and carefully (under the docs careful supervision, begin applying it daily to your clitoral area. This unequivocally will enlarge your clitoris and if this is your goal, testosterone is the way to achieve it. But, will this solve your "problem" if indeed there is one.
As for PRP (platelet rich plasma), this is a different ballgame. While there is not evidence that PRP will ENLARGE your clitoris, there is anecdotal and perhaps soon published, evidence-based proof that PRP, when injected directly into the clitoral glans and into the "G-Spot" (more correctly the "G-area...") significantly improves arousal and orgasmic function in a majority of women upon who it is used. For more on PRP to the clitoris (aka the O-SHOT(tm)), go to the website for the O-shot and find a certified O-Shot practitioner near you.
But, as I said, visit a savvy sexual medicine practitioner first. Best wishes- hope I've helped!
Michael P Goodman, MD, IF, O-shot provider
Davis, CA, USA
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