Local doctor says the O-Shot is improving women's sexual dysfunction

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The O Shot Injection (Orgasm Shot)

The O Shot injection is a very specific method of deriving blood growth factor and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and then injecting them into the vaginal area.   The O Shot injection helps women with urinary incontinence and sexual problems.  PRP is injected into the peri-urethral spaces and the clitoris  to stimulate regeneration and repair of cells in these areas  which can  result in better sexual function and bladder health.*

The O Shot Procedure

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is derived from a patient’s own blood.   It is prepared by centrifuging a patient’s blood sample yielding a higher concentration of platelet than is normally found in the blood.   The centrifuge spinning causes the blood to separate into layers that include: 1) red blood cells that are forced to the bottom of the vial, 2) White blood cells and platelets form a thin middle layer, called a buffy coat  and 3) Platelet-poor  plasma, or plasma with a low concentration of platelets that makes up the  top layer.  It is the middle layer that is extracted from the centrifuged blood that is used for the PRP injection preparation.

Plasma is the watery part of the blood that contains proteins, nutrients, glucose and other substances produced by the body.  It carries red and white blood cells, platelets and other substances that must travel in the blood.  Platelets secrete substances called growth factors that control cell division, stimulate tissue regeneration, and promote healing. PRP which contains a high amount of platelets is used for The Orgasm Shot ® (The ) Shot) due to its ability to stimulate tissue regeneration and increase blood flow.  The clitoris is number first with topical lidocaine.  Lidocaine is then injected to provide more numbing. The PRP is painlessly injected into the clitoris and vaginal area. There is no downtime and you can go immediately back to your normal activities.  We can provide umbilical stem cell therapy along with PRP for more severe cases or in older patients. *

The O Shot Injection can in some women improve orgasms, help dyspareunia (painful sex),  urgency and stress incontinence, relieve lichen sclerous, increase libido, and improve sensation–for improvement in sexual function, urinary function, and strengthening of relationships. A series of treatments is usually required to get the best results. Bioidentical hormone replacement may be necessary to improve the outcome of the O shot *

*Results may vary

  Women Who Can Benefit  from The O Shot Injection: 

  •  low sexual desire
  •  difficulty  becoming aroused
  •  difficulty achieving an orgasm
  •  pain with sex
  •  bladder urgency and frequency

 

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Call 678-443-4000 today for an appointment!

 

For a limited time only receive a  complimentary $500 Femiwave treatment when you book an O shot.


Other Treatments That We Offer to Improve Vagina and Bladder Health

FemiWave

Femiwave™ vaginal rejuvenation uses energy waves pulses to stimulate vaginal and bladder tissue blood flow.  Energy wave therapy has been used for over a decade to treat medical conditions.  The procedure uses pulsating acoustic shock waves to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels that increases blood flow.  In addition, the procedure stimulates the growth of new nerve tissue. This process, called neurogenesis enhances sensitivity.  Also, energy wave therapy also increases blood flow and the growth of nerve cells and tissue regeneration in the bladder which improves bladder control and reduces leakage, urgency, and frequency. It is believed that the  energy waves also have the ability to “wake-up” dormant stem cells  which can lead to enhanced tissue growth and improved  function.*

Now this sound wave technology is being used for vaginal rejuvenation to tighten and restore the appearance and function to the vagina that can occur after childbirth and decline with age. Femiwave™e can be used to treat vaginal dryness, stenosis, and pain that may occur with menopause and other hormonal problems. It also helps with bladder conditions such as urgency, frequency, and incontinence. This non-ablative treatment is non-invasive and there is no cutting, injections or downtime involved. A probe about the size of a tampon is placed into the vagina and energy frequency is passed into the vaginal wall. Femiwave™ may  stimulate vaginal and bladder collagen production, improve blood flow to the vagina and bladder, increase  sensitivity, lubrication, and elasticity no matter what your age may be.*

Leaky bladder or urinary incontinence can occur at any age. It is, however, more likely to occur in women after childbirth who are overweight and as women age. There are two main types of urinary incontinence.  If you are suffering from stress incontinence, activities that increase pressure inside your abdomen cause urine to leak your bladder ring that normally holds it in. Coughing, sneezing, jumping, walking, exercising and lifting heavy objects can cause your bladder to leak. Urge incontinence may cause your bladder to suddenly empty without warning or make you urinate frequently.

Causes of urinary incontinence include:

  • Being overweight
  • Family history
  • Smoking, Caffeine, and Alcohol
  • Carbonated drinks and sparkling water
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Food and drinks high in sugar
  • Spicy foods and chocolate
  • Citrus foods and drinks
  • Heart and blood pressure medications, sedatives, and muscle relaxants
  • Urinary tract infection and constipation
  • Pregnancy, menopause,  hysterectomy and hormone imbalance
  • Diabetes, hypertension and neurological conditions
  • Prescription medications

Femiwave™ Vaginal  Rejuvenation Therapy Benefits:

  • Fast, effective, pain-free, and non-surgical treatment
  • No downtime
  • Takes 15 minutes
  • Improves sensitivity and enjoyment
  • Treats orgasmic dysfunction
  • Tightens vaginal region
  • Strengthens vaginal muscles
  • Treats vaginal atrophy
  • Improves lubrication, dryness, burning, and itching
  • Improves painful intercourse
  • Reduces urinary leakage and urgency
  • Decreases incontinence
  • Improves overactive bladder
  • Restores a youthful-looking vagina
  • Treats recurrent vaginal infections
  • Safe alternative to  hormone therapy*

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement 

Our holistic doctors provide bio-identical hormone replacement therapy ( BHRT) to improve vagina and bladder health. Hormone disorders can occur at any age and are oftentimes misdiagnosed by doctors since they can present as multiple symptoms that appear unrelated.  BHRT is a natural way for men and women to achieve hormonal balance and relieve the symptoms of decreased sensitivity and sex drive and vaginal dryness, atrophy, and pain. Bladder health is also improved with BHRT. It can also improve depression, fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, weight gain,  muscle loss, brain fog, hair loss, sexual dysfunction, and many other symptoms.  PMS, menopause, andropause,  hypothyroidism, adrenal gland dysfunction, and other hormone-related disorders are helped tremendously with BHRT.  Bioidentical hormones are plant-based compounds formulated in a laboratory to be identical to those which the body makes naturally. We prescribe BHRT  in several forms that include capsules, creams, troches, and pellets.  We only use FDA approved licensed compounding pharmacies. Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy can improve overall health, muscle mass,  weight, focus, memory, metabolism, energy levels, mood, sleep, and focus.  BHRT is important for maintaining the health of many vital organs like bone, brain, breast, and heart.  Our holistic therapies are tailored specifically to each patient to meet your goals and needs.*

Vaginal Dryness and Pain
Vaginal dryness is a common symptom of menopause and it affects one in three of menopausal women. It ranks in the top ten common problems occurring during menopause. However, vaginal dryness can occur at any age. The lack of vaginal moisture can greatly impact a woman’s sex life, self-confidence, and relationships. Decrease vaginal moisture can also make women more prone to vaginal yeast, bacterial and viral infections.

Vaginal Dryness and Estrogen Production
Estrogens are primarily made by the ovaries but are also produced by the cervix (uterus) and then released into the vaginal tissues. Before menopause, the vagina and skin and tissues around the vagina are kept supple, thick and moist by fluids and mucus released by cervical glands under the influence of estrogen. Estrogen also stimulates vaginal cells to produce glycogen. Glycogen is a substance that supports the growth of beneficial bacteria, which protect the vagina from infections.

Most women begin menopause between the ages of 45 and 55, but it can occur earlier or later in life. The ovaries make less estrogen after menopause. Decreased estrogen production can lead to thinning of the tissues around your vagina and a reduction in the number of glands that make mucus. The hormonal changes that occur during the menopause make the vagina shorter, less elastic, drier and result in the loss of fat tissue from around the genital area. Thinning and weakening of tissues around the opening of the bladder can occur leading to symptoms of urgency, frequency, recurrent urinary infections, and stress incontinence. These changes can take months or years to develop and vary from woman to woman. Atrophic vaginitis is the medical term to describe this condition when these vaginal changes produce bothersome symptoms that warrant medical intervention.

In addition to the vaginal changes, women may experience other changes during the menopausal transition. Hot flashes, night sweats, mood changes, fatigue, urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence, acne, memory problems, thinning hair, skin discoloration, and unwanted hair growth may also occur.

What causes vaginal dryness?
The best way to combat vaginal dryness is to understand its causes and treatment options. The vaginal wall is kept moist and thick under the influence of estrogen. Estrogen levels drop during menopause, which may lead to vaginal thinning, unpleasant order, bladder problems, painful intercourse, discomfort during activities, and decrease vaginal moisture and elasticity. Other causes the can lead to decreased estrogen production include childbirth, breastfeeding, radiation, chemotherapy, anti-estrogen medications and the surgical removal of ovaries. Lack of or inadequate foreplay before sex, chronic sex, prolonged tampon use, endometriosis, and Sjogrens Syndrome. Cold and allergy medications, ulcer drugs, birth control pills, anti-depressants, anti-hypertensive medications can lead to decreased vaginal moisture. Avoid using douches, bubble baths, scented soaps, fragrances and lotions around the sensitive vaginal area, which can worsen dryness.

How is vaginal dryness treated?
The most common treatment for vaginal dryness due to low estrogen levels is topical estrogen therapy. You can get relief without taking large amounts of estrogen orally. Locally applied bio-identical estrogens are considered a much safer option than oral hormone therapy since most of them allow only minimal amounts of estrogen to enter into your circulation. They deliver estrogen to the vagina and surrounding tissues that increase tissue thickness, elasticity, and moisture.*

Vaginal estrogen cream treatment is used every day for about two weeks, and then twice a week for three additional months. Symptoms should improve after three weeks of treatment but repeated courses of treatment are often necessary.*

 

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Hair Loss Treatment
Priapus Shot (P Shot)
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Vaginal/Bladder Rejuvenation
BHRT Pellets
Menopause
Perimenopause
Strawberry Lipo
Holistic Addiction Treatment
Microneedling/Vampirelift
Salivary Testing
Hormones

 

* The statements made regarding these treatments have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these treatments has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These treatments are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for conventional medical standards of care.