Women can suffer from a variety of "sex-pleasure problems
1. Low libido or hypoactive sexual desire can disrupt intimate relationships. Around 10%
of women suffer with this problem and to them sex is more of a chore than something pleasurable. This can be caused by a hormonal disorder or any of the three following problems.
2. Female sexual arousal disorder. Women with an arousal disorder may want to have sex but have difficulty becoming aroused. This can make sex frustrating and they avoid it. This can happen to 1 in 20 women.
3. Female orgasmic disorder also has a 1 in 20 incidence and in this case women have trouble achieving an orgasm.
4. Dyspareunia or pain during intercourse that can occur in 1 in 5 to 1 in 10 women.
Why Women Suffer Even After Seeing the Gynecologist
Many women do not mention these symptoms to their doctor so it is possible that many of these conditions are even more common than reported. Families and society often suffer as a consequence because of the breakdown of marriages and relationships. With around 4 in 10 suffering from a sexual disorder, why do only about 1 in 10 ever talk to their physician about sex?
According to Practice Bulletin in Obstetrics and Gynecology (April 2011), the reason may be that (with the exception of short-term hormone replacement) research shows few proven treatment options. Both physician and patient would be discouraged by discussing a problem for which there is no proven solution–so the doctor just doesn’t ask.
And even with the hormone therapies, the results were described as short-term. No wonder only 14% of doctors ever discuss sexual problems with women--if the woman is already on hormones (or pre-menopausal), the only known solution, per the official recommendation of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, appears to be psycho-social therapies!
Seems men have plenty of options for medical therapy, while women get psychological counseling and maybe some hormones. It’s about time for that to change. So, what’s new…
For several years, blood-derived growth factors have been used to regenerate the face.
Multiple news reports described the Vampire Facelift ® procedure: The New York Times, the Doctors’ Show, Dr. Oz, and others. Details can be found also on Wikipedia where the Vampire Facelift® and unipotent stem cells are described.
Biopsy studies show that when platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected, then stem cells multiply and grow new younger tissue. In the same way PRP regenerates the skin of the face, it appears PRP regenerates healthy vaginal tissue.
So, using this same technology, the O-Shot ® procedure works by using PRP to stimulate stem cells to grow healthier vaginal tissue. And, the whole procedure for processing the blood and injecting the growth factors takes less than 10 minutes in the doctor’s office!
Warning: There is no magic shot that takes the place of all the other factors necessary for amazing sex (emotional, hormonal, relationship, general health).
What Does the Doctor Do?
The O-Shot ® procedure begins with a simple blood draw.
Then, using a proprietary technique, the growth factors in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are extracted from that blood sample and injected into an area near the clitoris and into a the area of the upper vagina that is most important for the sexual response (the O-Spot) using a patent-pending procedure. Because these areas have been numbed with a local anesthetic cream, patients experience little or no discomfort during the procedure.
The FDA approved the use of the kit in the above video to prepare PRFM for use in the knee to activate unipotent stem cells and rejuvenate tissue. The same kit is used routinely in the face in the Vampire Facelift (R) procedure. There have never been any serious reactions to PRP prepared by an FDA approved kit in any part of the body (the FDA has not evaluated the use of this kit for preparing PRP for use in the vagina…but this procedure only uses the woman’s own blood to prepare the injection).
Higher concentrations of calcium chloride can usually be found in the tissue than in the blood, so when the doctor adds calcium chloried to the PRP, then the platelets think that tissue injury released the calcium into the blood stream.
PRP has been used effectively for a variety of treatments for more than 20 years.
Over 500,000 procedures involving the injection of PRP into various parts of the body have been performed with no significant side effects or complications reported (unlike the granuloma formation that happens with other accepted procedures).
How Does the New Tissue Grow?
This extra calcium chloride triggers the platelets to release at least 7 different growth factors that then trigger the unipotent stem cells to grow younger tissue–activating unipotent stem cells. The doctor injects the PRP into an area called the O-Spot–a collection of structures that activate the orgasm system.
The woman usually enjoys the effects of the O-Shot™ almost immediately as the growth factors begin to rejuvenate and enhance the sexual response.
So, the O-Shot™ is a nonsurgical procedure that uses the growth factors each woman has in her own body to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. Thus far, almost all women receiving O-Shot™ procedure enjoy an increase in their sexual response, and for many the increase is dramatic. These sometimes experience other effects listed here.
Although each woman’s experience can be different, here’s a list of some of the things our patient’s have told us they experience after having the O-Shot ®: