Female sexual disorders can range from psychological to physical, but when you’ve lost a degree of vaginal sensation and have trouble becoming sexually aroused, finding a viable solution is key.
The O-Shot® is a valuable solution for combatting female sexual disorders, and we offer it at our healthcare clinic to help you get your personal life back on track. Contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation.
What is the O-Shot® and How Does it Work?
The O-Shot® is our treatment of choice for women’s sexual wellness and urinary health. Also known as the Orgasm Shot®, this treatment has humble beginnings as a small sample of your own blood. After the blood is drawn, we place it into a centrifuge where it is spun to separate the red blood cells and platelets. The resulting platelets are rich in healing properties and are injected into numbed areas of the vagina, where they get to work healing and rejuvenating the damaged tissues.
Some of the benefits of the O-Shot® for female sexual disorders include:
- Improved sexual sensation
- Less pain during intercourse
- More frequent and stronger orgasms
- Increased vaginal lubrication
- Tightening of loose vaginal tissue
- Improved cases of lichen sclerosus
If you’ve been experiencing any degree of sexual dysfunction and would like a non-surgical, drug-free solution that can help you reclaim lost experiences and sense of self, the O-Shot® may be the answer you’ve been looking for. It’s no secret that sexual issues at any age can take their toll mentally and emotionally, but the Orgasm Shot® can help to balance things out.
PRP Therapy Can Help Reduce Urinary Incontinence
Sexual disorders aren’t the only use for PRP Therapy and the O-Shot®. It can also help with urinary incontinence. This is a condition where you may experience involuntary urine leakage that can be both embarrassing and frustrating. PRP injections can strengthen the nerves and muscles that control your bladder, leading to better control and less urinary incontinence.
This is a common issue that’s faced by 1 in 4 women over the age of 18 at various points of life. Many women just accept this issue as part of life, and most go an average of 6.5 years before seeking any help. Now, using a sample of your own blood as the base, you can effectively treat urinary incontinence and take that control back.
Some of the most common causes of urinary incontinence include:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Normal aging
If you suffer from any female sexual disorder in Waukesha, Germantown, West Bend, Brookfield, Mequon, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Delafield, Sussex, Menomonee Falls, or any nearby area, we can help you. Call us today at 262-313-8375 to set up a free consultation to get the process started.