There are numerous drugs on the market to help with a man’s sex life. What about women? Finally there is a medical treatment available for the enhancement of a woman’s sex life. Interestingly enough it does not entail the use of pharmaceutical drugs. The initial results of treatments over the last year are yielding incredible results. This treatment available is called the O-Shot™.
The O-Shot is a virtually painless in-office quick procedure at our GIlbert AZ facility, that uses the body’s own growth factors to stimulate, rejuvenate and enhance the orgasmic area of the vagina and clitoris. It is well established that sexual health is directly related to overall health. Frequent satisfying sexual events increase the immune system, decrease stress and decrease depression/anxiety.
Initial findings of the O-Shot are showing improvement in desire, arousal and orgasmic ability and intensity. Dr. Julie Keiffer is the first female physician in the state of Arizona to offer this treatment.
Though Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) comes from your own body and has demonstrated a low complication rate in other areas of the body, injecting PRP into vaginal structures and near the clitoris (the Orgasm ShotTM, abbreviated as the O-Shot) is a new procedure and so could cause some unexpected side effects or complications. The use of PRP in this procedure is an ‘off label’ use, and no promise or representation, guarantee or warranty regarding its use, benefit or other quality is made. No representations that the use of this product and this procedure is approved by the FDA or any other agency of the federal or state government is made.
O-Shot in the media:
Female ‘O Shot’ Promises to Heat Things Up in the Bedroom on Goodmorning America
The Priapus/M-Shot uses blood-derived growth factors to enlarge and strengthen the penis. This treatment is natural in that your own cells are used, treated with a chemical that is not foreign to the body, and injected into the specified areas. Since a distillate of growth factors from your own blood growth factors is used, there should be no side effects from the material injected. The body reacts to the treated cells as it does to a wound and immediately starts repairing the tissue. This builds the underlying tissue with a 10 to 20% increase in length and girth. You should see improvements immediately and within 2-4 weeks an increase of 1 inch in girth and length is common.
There is actual growth of new tissue by stimulation of unipotent stem cells, so the change in shape is not from something foreign being in the body but from the body actually rejuvenating and growing. The growth factors stimulate new blood flow with new blood vessels (neovascularization). The results of this treatment should last 15 – 18 months if results mimic that seen in facial procedures. Results may vary and research documenting the longevity of results are ongoing.
A summary of possible results include: immediately larger; strengthens the penis; straightens the penis; increased circulation within the penis for a healthier organ; makes other therapies work better (if you still need Viagra or Cialis, then it will work better for you); increases sensation and pleasure (helps correct the damage from diabetes), increased size by design (Can place more in base or in the head or wherever makes for best result), no allergic reactions (using your own body’s fluids), no lumpiness, and minimal pain (no burning from the PRFM since it’s from your own body).
How is the procedure accomplished?
A numbing lidocaine cream is applied to the penis. Approximately 20 cc (about 4 tablespoons) of blood are drawn in the same way blood samples are taken for routine lab tests. The tubes of blood are centrifuged to separate the component cells. Platelets are separated and used for this procedure. The platelets are treated with calcium chloride (which tricks the cells into thinking that they are in the body and the body has been injured). The platelets release growth factors into the liquid of the tube. The liquid is transferred into a syringe and injected into the penis using a tiny needle and a process is used to distribute the growth factors and increase their effectiveness.
What are the foreseeable risks and discomforts?
The primary risks and discomforts are related to the blood draw where there is a slight pinch to insert the needle for collection and there is a potential for bruising at the site. The injections at the treatment locations cause pain similar to an intramuscular injection (since a small needle and numbing cream are used). There is a potential for a small bruise at the injection sites. There is risk of scarring but is minimal since regular injection of Tri-mix for years produces only about a 10% risk of scarring. Smokers have less positive response to this treatment than non-smokers. There may be some variation in achieving the results requested as everyone’s body type is different and may have a different response. To date, there have been no serious side effects with the use of PRP anywhere in the body. But, with or without the shot, erectile function and sensation can decrease with time.