Female sexual dysfunction includes disruptions throughout normal phases of intercourse including desire, arousal, climax, and resolution.
If your libido is lacking, the orgasm shot may be able to help. Discuss the orgasm shot with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon at the Centre P.C. during a consultation.
The orgasm shot can aid female sexual dysfunction while improving personal wellness and self-esteem.
What happens during the procedure?
The orgasm shot is a non-surgical procedure that takes approximately 30 minutes.
The first step is a blood extraction from the patient’s arm. The blood is the spun in a centrifuge to separate red blood cells from platelet rich plasma (PRP). Once separated, the PRP is extracted and put into a small syringe.
A topical anesthetic is applied to the genitals to reduce discomfort. The PRP is then injected into the anterior walls of the vagina and the clitoris.
What is PRP? How does it work?
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections have been used to treat medical conditions including arthritis and ligament/tendon sprains and tears. The orgasm shot is one of the first PRP applications used to treat female sexual dysfunction.
Platelets can help revitalize dysfunctional tissues through a process called neovascularization. PRP can increase libido, vaginal sensitivity, lubrication, and climax strength.
The orgasm shot can also tighten the vaginal opening and reduce urinary incontinence, especially after child birth.
What is the recovery like?
Recovery after the orgasm shot is quick and shouldn’t interfere with normal daily activities—including sex.
Full results can be expected within three months of the procedure. Some patients report improvements right away. Others experience changes within two or three weeks of the procedure.
Who is a good candidate?
The orgasm shot is ideal for women who are in good general health and experience dysfunction during the normal phases of intercourse. This might include:
- Lack of libido or sexual desire
- Lack of lubrication
- Lack of sensitivity
- Pain associated with vaginal intercourse
- Weak orgasms or orgasmic dysfunction (inability to climax)
The orgasm shot is also an effective way to treat urinary incontinence. If you pee a little when you laugh, cough, or sneeze, the orgasm shot may be able to reduce this embarrassing condition.
Patients have also used the orgasm shot to counteract the biological effects of ageing.
Talk to Your Doctor About the orgasm shot
There are a million reasons you might consider the orgasm shot. Find answers to all your questions during a consultation at the Centre P.C.