The numbers of women who suffer with sexual problems--30-50% (depending upon the age) are discouraging (the higher incidence is seen in younger women). And remember, these numbers only include women who psychologically distressed. If a woman avoids sex because one of these problems but claims to not be bothered by the lack of sexual activity, then she's not counted in these statistics. Is that really the best way to tabulate the incidence of a problem? Perhaps. But, suppose we didn't count high cholesterol as a problem unless it bothered the patient with a heart attack? Is it possible that a women just learns to tolerate less than optimal sexual activity and so eventually does not consider the sexual condition to be a problem?
Urinary Incontinence: It is extremely common for women to experience urinary incontinence after experiencing child birth. It is even more common when a woman loses internal vaginal wall collagen support as they age. While some women have extreme symptoms requiring surgery, medications or other treatments , many more women have mild to moderate symptoms. These mild to moderate symptoms can be treated with the O-Shot®.
Sexual Satisfaction: Approximately 43% of women have difficulty achieving and orgasm. Another study found almost 89% of women fake an orgasm. That shouldn’t be you. With the O-Shot®, you can use the power of platelet-rich plasma to safely and naturally make your genitalia more sensitive to the touch and improve your sexual satisfaction.
Vaginal Dryness (Including After Breast Cancer): Dryness is present when the tissues of the vagina are no longer well-lubricated. This can be related to the hormonal shifts associated with menopause and peri-menopause, or can be something women notice after childbirth. When these symptoms are caused by a decreased amount of estrogen in a woman’s body, this problem is called atrophic vaginitis. Not only does the vaginal tissue feel dry, but it also looses its elasticity, thus resulting in painful intercourse. The O-Shot® increases your natural vaginal lubrication.
What Does the Doctor Do?
First the doctor or nurse applies a numbing cream to the vagina and the arm. Then blood is drawn from the arm in the same was as with any blood test. Then, using a centrifuge and a special method, platelet rich plasma is isolated the resultant growth factors. The whole process takes about 10 minutes and can be done there in the room with the patient. Then, using a very thin needle, the growth factors are injected the clitoris and into the upper vagina into an area most important for the sexual response, the O-Spot. Because these areas have been numbed with the anesthetic cream, the woman feels little or no pain.