Many women suffer in silence about the issues they are experiencing in terms of low desire; low levels of sexual arousal or lack of feeling; difficulty in achieving orgasm and even more difficulty in achieving vaginal orgasm (orgasm from vaginal intercourse without clitoral stimulation); urinary incontinence or pain during sex, brought on by childbirth, the menopause and other factors. Stress urinary incontinence, the most prevalent form of incontinence among women, affects an estimated 15 million adult women in the U.S. About 17% of women and 16% men over 18 years old have overactive bladder (OAB) and an estimated 12.2 million adults have urge incontinence.
The O-Shot, or 'Orgasm Shot' is a pioneering new non-surgical technique, which offers a quick, safe and simple solution for a variety of concerns associated with female sexual dysfunction.
Many women experience problems with sexual function at some point. Estimates of the percentage of female sexual dysfunction attributable to physical factors have ranged from 30% to 80%.
Results are usually apparent 2 to 4 weeks post procedure and improve gradually.
Expect minimal swelling, bruising, and redness.
Does it leave any scarring?
No. This is a very minimally invasive procedure.
Is it safe?
Yes. Since it is your own body’s cells that we use, there is no allergic or adverse reaction or rejection that can happen from the cells. Also, since there is no need for general anesthesia, serious risks associated with general anesthesia are eliminated.
Is it painful?
Most patients may feel mild pressure during the injection and may notice some soreness in the area for around a week after the procedure. This is very normal.
How long is the recovery?
You can get back to your normal daily life immediately.
How long will the result last?
The results can last for several years, and possibly indefinitely. However, it must be understood that Stem Cell Therapy is not a cure for FSD or any other issue. Although we’ve seen success, everyone is different and may experience different results.
References: 1. Mayo Clinic: