Women come to The Guyer Institute to restore and re-experience how they felt and looked when they were younger. That includes sexual energy and satisfaction. While we generally help to achieve this with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), some women still need an extra boost.
This procedure is office based and uses PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to rejuvenate vaginal tissue and enhance sexual response. This procedure has also been found to help with mild incontinence.
PRP is simply blood plasma with a concentration of platelets and other growth factors. To prepare PRP, blood is taken from a patient and spun in a centrifuge, which separates the platelets from the rest of the blood components. These platelets are retrieved and re-injected into the selected areas of the patient.
This procedure is simple, quick, and relatively painless. The results for some women are instantaneous, but for the majority of women, it takes several weeks to achieve the full effects. After the procedure, you are able to immediately resume normal activities, including your preferred sexual activities.
Although each woman’s experience can be different, here is a list of some things that patients experience after having vaginal rejuvenation injections:
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Younger, smoother skin around the vagina
- A tighter vaginal opening
- Stronger orgasm
- More frequent orgasm
- Increased sexual desire
- Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
- Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
- Increased natural lubrication
- Decreased urinary incontinence
Our injector has undergone special training for this treatment, and has also been specifically trained on The Priapus Shot (P Shot®), The Vampire FaceLift® and non-surgical PRP Breast Lift.
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The Woman’s 4 “Sex-Pleasure Problems”…
& the Sad Reason Doctors Stay Silent
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (usually but not always accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder). Women who suffer with this may want to have sex but have much difficulty finding the pleasure of arousal. The 5% incidence doesn’t sound like much until you think about it–that’s the same as one in 20!
- Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (Low desire). Remember, that this is not counted a disorder unless it’s disrupting the woman’s life. Around 10% of women suffer with this problem. Important: Suffering with a sexual disorder does not simply make sex not fun. Better sex leads to more energy, more creativity, increased confidence, less depression, and improved overall health.
- Female Orgasmic Disorder: Again around 1 in 20 (or 5%). Here women can become aroused but have much difficulty with orgasm. This can be so frustrating that sex becomes a frustration that they avoid.
- Dyspareunia: Here the woman suffers with real pain with sex (not from decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm). The incidence is from around 1 in 10 to 1 in 5 women. (The above shocking statistics came from Obstetrics & Gynecology April 2011)
- Genital Mismatch can contribute to both Female Orgasmic Disorder & to Dyspareunia
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, more than 50 million American women are estimated to suffer from decreased libido or other sexual health issues.
For years, most of these women suffered in silence, either because they were too embarrassed to speak to their doctors, or because they felt there was no help available.
The O-Shot® has changed all that.
The O-Shot® is an all-natural, safe and effective treatment that uses your own blood and your body’s own natural healing ability to improve sexual satisfaction.
With the O-Shot® you can expect:
- Stronger and more frequent orgasms
- Increased lubrication
- Increased sexual desire, and improved stimulation
- A tighter vaginal opening
The O-Shot® uses a revolutionary, clinically proven medical technique known as Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy – or PRP.
What does the Procedure Entail?
The O-Shot® injection starts with drawing a few vials of blood. The plasma containing the PRP is separated from the red and white blood cells using a centrifuge. The O-Shot® is then injected into the areas involved with sensitivity, stimulation, and obtaining and maintaining an orgasm. Since a local anesthetic is applied first, the series of injections are given with little or no discomfort.
The growth factors within the O-shot get right to work to increase blood flow to the vaginal area, resulting in smoother, heathier, skin on the lips of the vagina, a tighter vaginal opening, increased natural lubrication, improved libido, and an overall more youthful appearance.
Soon after their first O-Shot® treatment, patients have reported:
- Increased sensitivity
- The O-Shot® injection improves the ability to reach orgasm, have longer and more orgasms
- O-Shot® offers an end to vaginal dryness
- O-Shot® provides an end to pain while having intercourse
- O-Shot® increases sexual desire
- A “feeling of being young again”
O-Shot® Frequently Asked Questions
What is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?
Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP Therapy is a revolutionary technique that uses the healing and growth factors in your own blood to reduce pain and inflammation, and to heal and rejuvenate.
What is the O-Shot®?
The O-Shot® is a proprietary PRP procedure designed to improve sexual wellness and sexual dysfunction for women.
Do the injections hurt?
We use both a topical and injectable local anesthetic at the O-Shot® injection sites, so any discomfort is kept to a minimum.
How long do the effects of the O-Shot® last?
Individual results can vary, as do the results for different treatments, however O-Shot® patients have had effects that last for a year or more. The treatment may be repeated as needed got each individual patient’s needs.
Is the O-Shot® safe?
Absolutely! Since the O-Shot® uses the patient’s own blood, it is one of the safest, and most side-effect free medical procedures ever to be developed.
Other Sexual Health Options for Women Compared to The O-SHOT®
O-Shot® Vs Addyi
Addyi was approved with many restrictions. Similar to men’s pharmaceutical options, Addyi has numerous dangerous side effects and has been released with the agency’s “boxed warning,” its most serious precaution.
The side effects of Addyi include:
- Potential dangerous drops in blood pressure
Since the O-Shot® is made from your own blood it has no known side-effects.
With Addyi, you need to remember to take pills, while the O-Shot®’s effect can last for up to a year or more. Individual results may vary.
Addyi allegedly works by increasing a women’s desire to engage in sexual activity. It does nothing for vaginal dryness, lack of sensitivity, or painful intercourse. The O-Shot® can cure all of these things, and so much more!
Additional Information about PRP and the Science behind it:
(Sited from the website AAOS http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00648)
“During the past several years, much has been written about a preparation called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and its potential effectiveness in the treatment of injuries.
Many famous athletes — Tiger Woods, tennis star Rafael Nadal, and several others — have received PRP for various problems, such as sprained knees and chronic tendon injuries. These types of conditions have typically been treated with medications, physical therapy, or even surgery. Some athletes have credited PRP with their being able to return more quickly to competition.
Even though PRP has received extensive publicity, there are still lingering questions about it, such as:
- What exactly is platelet-rich plasma?
- How does it work?
- What conditions are being treated with PRP?
- Is PRP treatment effective?
What Is Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP)?
Although blood is mainly a liquid (called plasma), it also contains small solid components (red cells, white cells, and platelets.) The platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood. However, platelets also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries.
PRP is plasma with many more platelets than what is typically found in blood. The concentration of platelets — and, thereby, the concentration of growth factors — can be 5 to 10 times greater (or richer) than usual.
To develop a PRP preparation, blood must first be drawn from a patient. The platelets are separated from other blood cells and their concentration is increased during a process called centrifugation. Then the increased concentration of platelets is combined with the remaining blood.
How Does PRP Work?
Although it is not exactly clear how PRP works, laboratory studies have shown that the increased concentration of growth factors in PRP can potentially speed up the healing process.
To speed healing, the injury site is treated with the PRP preparation. This can be done in one of two ways:
- PRP can be carefully injected into the injured area. For example, in Achilles tendonitis, a condition commonly seen in runners and tennis players, the heel cord can become swollen, inflamed, and painful. A mixture of PRP and local anesthetic can be injected directly into this inflamed tissue. Afterwards, the pain at the area of injection may actually increase for the first week or two, and it may be several weeks before the patient feels a beneficial effect.
- PRP may also be used to improve healing after surgery for some injuries. For example, an athlete with a completely torn heel cord may require surgery to repair the tendon. Healing of the torn tendon can possibly be improved by treating the injured area with PRP during surgery. This is done by preparing the PRP in a special way that allows it to actually be stitched into torn tissues.
What Conditions are Treated with PRP? Is It Effective?
Research studies are currently being conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of PRP treatment. At this time, the results of these studies are inconclusive because the effectiveness of PRP therapy can vary. Factors that can influence the effectiveness of PRP treatment include:
- The area of the body being treated
- The overall health of the patient
- Whether the injury is acute (such as from a fall) or chronic (an injury developing over time)
Chronic Tendon Injuries
According to the research studies currently reported, PRP is most effective in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries, especially tennis elbow, a very common injury of the tendons on the outside of the elbow.
The use of PRP for other chronic tendon injuries — such as chronic Achilles tendonitis or inflammation of the patellar tendon at the knee (jumper’s knee) is promising. However, it is difficult to say at this time that PRP therapy is any more effective than traditional treatment of these problems.
Acute Ligament and Muscle Injuries
Much of the publicity PRP therapy has received has been about the treatment of acute sports injuries, such as ligament and muscle injuries. PRP has been used to treat professional athletes with common sports injuries like pulled hamstring muscles in the thigh and knee sprains. There is no definitive scientific evidence, however, that PRP therapy actually improves the healing process in these types of injuries.
Some initial research is being done to evaluate the effectiveness of PRP in the treatment of the arthritic knee. It is still too soon to determine if this form of treatment will be any more effective than current treatment methods.
Treatment with PRP could hold promise, however, current research studies to back up the claims in the media are lacking. Although PRP does appear to be effective in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries about the elbow, the medical community needs more scientific evidence before it can determine whether PRP therapy is truly effective in other conditions.
Even though the success of PRP therapy is still questionable, the risks associated with it are minimal: There may be increased pain at the injection site, but the incidence of other problems — infection, tissue damage, nerve injuries — appears to be no different from that associated with cortisone injections.