O shot - would I be a candidate?
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You would be. PRP can help stimulate sensation and improve your ability to have an orgasm. (Hence the name O-shot). Actually there is a significant percentage of women that do not have orgasms. 50% of women report to have some element of "sexual dysfunction" so you are not alone .There are a lot of success stories with the O-Shot.
I've also seen a lot of success in radio frequency treatment of the vagina (ThermiVA) as well. I have treated a few women who have never had an orgasm , and were able to achieve one with a single ThermiVA treatment. With two good options for success, the combination treatment, Thermi-O could be a solution to your problem. The longevity of the procedure varies , but is an average of one year.
there are many reasons for this to happen. assuming good health, no infection or anatomic abnormality, the o-shot could work wonders for you. the procedure is virtually painless and response can be quite quick. as to how long it lasts, this can be very variable but i am finding minimum 6 months but for many, much longer.
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Absolutely! The female orgasm is part of normal, healthy, sexual function. There are several factors that could contribute to your condition. Platelet rich plasma injections from your own blood are injected to the area surrounding the clitoris (and sometimes to the clitoris itself), activating essential nerve growth factors which can contribute to getting your orgasm back. Go for it!
It sounds like you would be a great candidate for the O shot. It involves a blood draw to isolate out your body's own platelets. These are then injected into two different areas in and around the vagina/clitoris. The effects can last for several months.
Candidate for the O Shot
This type of therapy has been shown to be effective in helping alleviate some of the symptoms of urinary stress incontinence as well as sexual dysfunction.
In our practice we often use PRP therapy or also called the O Shot in conjunction with a nonsurgical laser such as ThermiVa or the Femilift.
we have been getting outstanding results with these
O Shot vs. G-shot candidate
The G-SHOT® (clinical description: G-Spot Amplification™ or GSA™), is a simple, nonsurgical, physician-administered treatment that can temporarily augment the Grafenburg spot (G-Spot) in sexually active women with normal sexual function.
GSA is procedure of amplifying or augmenting the G-Spot with a human engineered hyaluronan. Hyaluronan is a common ingredient found in many health care products and can also be found naturally throughout the body.
Dr Robert D Moore
Atlanta - Beverly Hills - Dubai
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