Can the O-Shot help with Urinary Incontinence?

Would the O-Shot provide any relief for urinary incontenence?

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O-Shot for Urinary Incontinence

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The O-Shot procedure can treat both stress and urge urinary incontinence for 90% of women, while increasing lubrication in the vagina. Many women experience uncomfortable vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence caused by aging, pregnancy, menopause and other medical conditions. Urinary incontinence can affect women of all ages, but the issue is most prevalent among older women. Another benefit of these injections are more youthful and smoother looking vaginal lips.

Femilift is another non-surgical procedure that helps with urinary incontience.

San Francisco Plastic Surgeon
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O Shot

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Stress urinary incontinence can be improved with the O Shot.  Generally several treatments can be necessary for optimal benefit if this is the primary goal.

John L. Burns Jr., MD
Dallas Plastic Surgeon
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O-Shot wonderful non invasive treatment

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The O-Shot is fantastic treatment for Urinary Stress Incontinence, compared to traditional therapies such as sling treatments, this non-invasive.  Our clients experience no down time with immediate relief. Relief from stress incontinence can be up to 1 year. 

Thomas Kupka, MD
Scottsdale Physician

What what should one really expect with the Orgasm Shot / O-Shot?

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The platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is delivered into targeted areas of the vagina and clitoris, the regenerative stem cells begin to rejuvenate the vagina tissue resulting in:

  • Increased sensitivity
  • Tighter vaginal skin
  • Increased desire
  • Better sex
  • Stronger orgasms
  • Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
  • Smoother skin of the vulva (lips of the vagina)
  • Increased sexual desire
  • Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
  • Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
  • Increased natural lubrication
  • Improvement of urge and stress urinary incontinence

Edward E. Dickerson, IV, MD
Fayetteville Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.7 out of 5 stars 127 reviews

O Shot for Urinary Incontinence

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The O Shot is a great nonsurgical treatment option for mild to moderate urinary incontinence. It's certainly an easy option to start with because it can be done in your doctor's office with some numbing cream. There is no down time and is basically risk free. 

I've seen impressive results with the O Shot alone, but even better results when I combine the O Shot with the newest nonsurgical treatment for bladder and vaginal rejuvenation called Geneveve. It's a painless 20 minute procedure utilizing radio frequency to deliver energy/heat to the deeper vaginal tissue increasing collagen production which helps support the bladder and tightens the vagina. 

These are very safe and effective nonsurgical options for bladder leaking and vaginal rejuvenation/tightening. 

Of course, a proper evaluation of your vaginal/bladder anatomy by an experienced gynecologist or urogynecoligist is first and foremost. Not all patients are candidates for these nonsurgical options and may require a surgical intervention. 

I hope you find this helpful. 

Russell Bartels, MD, FACOG

Scottsdale, AZ

O-Shot and Urinary Incontinence

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The O-shot improves symptoms of stress urinary incontinence for most patients. By injecting your own platelets into the clitoris and anterior wall of the vagina (G-spot region), the O-shot promotes stimulation and formation of new collagen, blood vessels and nerve supply to the area. Patients experience increased sensation, ability to climax and improved symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. The shot can last anywhere from 8-16 months depending on the patient. For patients who are experiencing urinary incontinence, a second O-Shot may be needed 3-4 months after their initial shot- with annual maintenance thereafter. The important part to remember is that no two patients are the same, and results and timing may vary.


O Shot for Urinary Incontience

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Thank you for your question.  In my practice I use the O and G shots in conjunction with the FemTouch C02 laser treatment for vaginal rejuvenation.  This combination addresses incontinence and other areas of vaginal health.


O Shot for Urinary Incontinence

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Yes the O Shot can help with symptoms of urinary incontinence, both stress and urge.  When PRP is injected into the anterior vaginal wall it stimulates collagen and helps women have a decrease in urine leakage with coughing, sneezing, running jumping as well enhancing the ability to hold their urine with urge symptoms.  We often recommend combining it with a laser treatment, such as the Femilft for added benefit.

O Shot for Incontinenct

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Yes, the O-Shot is for urinary incontinence.  It rejuvenates lax tissues and helps with leakage when coughing, sneezing or exercising and allows women to hold the stream longer after sensing the urge to urinate.  Many women have had life changing results without having to monitor the location of the nearest restrooms or live with embarrassing accidents.  Some have even been able to resume exercising for a healthier lifestyle.  Of course it also helps with lubrication and sensation as well as lichen sclerosis or painful vaginal scarring and thickening.

Leslie Pickens, MD
Alexandria Emergency Medicine Physician
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Urinary incontinence and the O-Shot

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Thank you for your question.  Many women will experience improvement in symptoms associated with incontinence after the O-Shot.  There may be certain conditions (e.g after pelvic surgery) where there are strong anatomic reasons why you may be experiencing incontinence.  However, many women will experience improvements with their stress or urge incontinence with the O-Shot.

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