The O-Shot, Improve Your Sex Life Naturally
Mar 01, 2017 07:33AM
By Dr. Abdool
The “O-Shot” or Orgasm Shot is a cutting edge, non-surgical procedure that can help women increase libido, increase vaginal sensitivity, decrease pain during sexual intercourse and relieve them of urinary incontinence. The O-Shot has also shown significant improvements for the symptoms of interstitial cystitis and lichen sclerosis. The procedure is a unique and specified method that uses the patient’s own blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate the female sexual system.
Unfortunately, many women are silent about their sexual health and often are not aware that they may have alternative treatment options for their condition. Approximately 30 to 50 percent of women (depending on age) suffer from sexual disorders or female sexual organ problems. Women learn to live with these problems or avoid sex altogether. But it shouldn’t have to be that way—at least not with the O-Shot.
How Does the O-Shot Work?
Blood is drawn from the patient and placed into a centrifuge where it is spun at an incredibly high speed. The centrifuge is able to separate the blood cells from the platelet rich plasma (PRP) layer which contains natural growth factors. The PRP is then injected into the clitoral and vaginal areas so that it can stimulate the growth of new, healthier and younger tissue (stem cells, collagen and blood vessels).
The O- Shot is:
Without side effects
Free of down time
Performed in less than 45 minutes
Repeated if needed
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When the PRP is injected into key areas of the vagina, women experience:
Increased vaginal sensitivity
Tighter vaginal skin
Less painful sexual intercourse
Increased bladder control and decreased urinary incontinence
Stronger, more frequent orgasms
Increased sexual desire
Does it hurt? The whole procedure takes about 45 minutes and there is little to no pain. The areas of injection are numbed with an anesthetic cream and a very thin needle is used for injections into the clitoral and vaginal tissue.
How long will it take to see results? Results may be immediate and for some it may take a few weeks to start noticing a difference. However, over the course of a couple of months, the growth of new tissue will become apparent. The effects of the O-Shot vary but usually last approximately 18 months; some women have felt its effects for up to three years. It can help women regain confidence and take back control.
Why choose us? To optimize the results of the O-Shot, Dr. Abdool and her staff perform a complete health evaluation utilizing specialized testing and expertise in understanding hormonal health, including the adrenal and thyroid glands in addition to the female hormonal system.
Dr. Abdool is a licensed family physician and graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is also a licensed practitioner of Osteopathic Manual Medicine, IV Medicine, Anti-aging Aesthetics, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Allergy Elimination and Energy Medicine. She utilizes a combination of Western and Eastern medicine, unique IV chelation & IV nutrition along with hands-on osteopathic treatments and life coaching techniques to assist in the physical well-being and management of the disease processes of those in her care.
Osteopathic Medicine is based on the philosophy that the body has an innate wisdom to heal itself as it contains an infinite pharmacy of remedies. Dr. Abdool implements this belief and uses a whole-person approach to healing. She believes that all aspects of an individual’s life—mind, body and spirit—need to be observed for complete healing. She addresses the thought patterns that create one’s emotional state which can consequently lead to disease in the body. The outcome of her treatments is improved health and more joyous living.
Dr. Abdool’s office is located at 1501 S. Pinellas Ave., Ste. P, Tarpon Springs. To learn more about the O-Shot, visit DoctorNyree.com or oShot.info. To schedule your free consultation for the O-Shot, call 727-940-5278. See ad right.