The O-Shot® is a revolutionary approach to improve sexual relations and urinary incontinence.
The results of this safe, non-surgical 20-minute procedure are dramatic and long-lasting. Women report significant improvement in stimulation, sensitivity, arousal, and sex drive. Problems related to leaky bladders are often resolved.
ALTHOUGH EACH WOMAN’S *EXPERIENCE VARIES, BENEFITS OF THE O-SHOT® INCLUDE:
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Younger, smoother skin of the vulva (lips of the vagina)
- A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
- Pinker, younger, color of the vulva
- Stronger, more frequent orgasm
- Increased sexual desire
- Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (pain during sexual intercourse)
- Increased natural lubrication
- Improved symptoms of urinary incontinence
- Reduced inflammation in the condition lichen sclerosus (shown via before/after biopsies)
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THE O-SHOT®?
If you are a woman who suffers from sexual issues such as low desire, inability to achieve an orgasm, or urinary incontinence, you know how frustrating these issues can be. Most women are embarrassed or nervous to speak with their physician or gynecologist about such matters, and many doctors don’t have much to say on these important issues. In fact, up until very recently, there were very few ways to deal with these female concerns aside from prescribing hormones or suggesting psychotherapy. Now there is a new treatment called the Orgasm Shot®, or O-Shot®, that not only offers hope for these conditions but can also be administered during a simple, pretty comfortable in-office procedure.
HOW DOES THIS PROCEDURE WORK?
Preparation of the PRP
First, a small amount of blood is drawn from your arm. Using a centrifuge, Dr. Rhett isolates platelets from that blood (platelet-rich plasma, or PRP), all within about 15 minutes in the office. The platelets are then “activated” to release at least eight growth factors that would typically be used to heal injured tissue. These growth factors increase collagen and new blood flow.
Injection of the PRP Growth Factors
After numbing cream is applied to the vaginal area, the doctor uses a small needle to carefully and gently place precise amounts of PRP in the structures responsible for the female orgasm and pleasure. Patients report that they feel no pain during this procedure!
The healing and growth factors cause new cell growth and vascularization over several months. Tissues become more supple, sensitive, and elastic as they thicken and produce more lubrication when stimulated.
While results vary, most women who have received these injections have experienced an improvement in their sexual response and ability to hold their urine soon (hours to weeks) after the injections. Some have had profound and nearly immediate increases in their sensitivity. However, most women note a more gradual response over several weeks, lasting many months to several years, before being repeated or amplified.
The Research: PRP Research
The PRP Rejuvenation method has been shown to help treat lichen sclerosus. Dermatopathologists, looking at before and after biopsies of women suffering from lichen sclerosus and treated with this technology, determined that most women showed reduced inflammation in the biopsies after treatment. The women also reported a statistically significant improvement in symptoms.
Research continues to support the idea of an “orgasm system” involving complex structures, and the O-Shot® procedure helps rejuvenate that system.
Rhett Women’s Center is proud to offer the exciting Vampire treatments in the Mount Pleasant Rhett Women’s Center aesthetics suite. Dr. Edmund Rhett trained with Dr. Vincent Nacouzi from Cellular Medicine Association to learn his techniques. Only Vampire O-Shot® provider group members know how to perform the procedure and own the license to use the name.
Rhett Women’s Center is a licensed provider of the trademark Vampire® procedures.
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements made regarding these products/treatments. These products/treatments are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual patient experience and results may vary.