The O-Shot is a non-surgical treatment that is designed to help women improve the quality of their sex life. It uses platelet-rich plasma as a way of restoring sensitivity to the vaginal area while addressing any physical dysfunction that may make female orgasms difficult.
Studies have shown that one-third of women find it difficult to achieve orgasm. Ten percent say that they cannot reach orgasms at all. There are multiple reasons for this. The problem affects millions of women around the globe.
The O-Shot has been designed to create a healthy sex life with the goal of increasing sensitivity and sexual drive. As blood flow is increased, vaginal and clitoral orgasms become more frequent.
Helping Those Dealing with Urinary Incontinence
The O-Shot has also been shown to minimize incontinence in up to 90 percent of women who use the treatment. At the same time, it increases vaginal lubrication. Research shows that in the United States alone, more than 13 million people, male and female, have problems with incontinence. However, women are twice as likely to have incontinence issues as men. Some of the reasons why include childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause.
Urinary incontinence is a gradual process. For most women, it starts slowly and gets worse with time. As the problem becomes more severe, some women even avoid going outdoors to evade a potentially embarrassing situation. Fear of having an accident has caused some women to become less active. There are additional health problems that many do not consider. For example, since a woman with incontinence is frequently coming into contact with urine, her skin can become irritated. They may also be more susceptible to urinary tract infections.
The key is finding a cure for the reason behind the incontinence. Once this is done, the secondary problems, both emotional and physical, caused by incontinence go away. For some women, their incontinence is caused by a temporary issue. For example, they may have a urinary tract infection that leads to temporary incontinence. But as soon as the infection is treated, the incontinence goes away.
The O-Shot has helped many women who are dealing with urinary incontinence due to aging, menopause, or a health condition. The treatment generally takes between 30 and 60 minutes to complete. Before the injections are given, topical anesthesia is applied. The injection will lead to improved stem cell growth and new tissue development.
The O-Shot should only be administered by a licensed and certified physician. It has brought relief to many women who experience isolated urinary incontinence, especially if they jump, cough, or sneeze. At Texas Urological Clinic, the O-Shot is just one of the many services we provide. Contact our office in Lufkin to find out if this treatment is right for you.