What is the O Shot?
Female orgasms are pleasurable, stress-relieving, and release positive endorphins. Unfortunately, many people struggle to achieve them. Complete Care Clinic in Paris, Texas offers treatments to ensure that your health is in good standing, including the O Shot, which can result in stronger orgasms and can solve many other problems.
What Are the Benefits of the O Shot?
The O Shot, or the Orgasm Shot, works to increase sexual arousal and rejuvenate the vagina. It can help with many problems, including a decreased libido, stress urinary incontinence, urge urinary incontinence, postpartum fecal incontinence, lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, chronic pain from traumatic childbirth, chronic pain from mesh, chronic interstitial cystitis, and a decreased ability to orgasm.
Everyone does not experience the same results, but around 50% of women experience immediate large effects, while the other 50% may simply notice a marked improvement. Many people report having an improved sex life and being able to have both vaginal orgasms and clitoral orgasms. From stronger orgasms to a reduction in urinary incontinence, this treatment can greatly improve the quality of a woman’s life.
An Increase in Libido
While women’s libidos (or desire for sexual activity) vary by individual and can fluctuate over time, lower libidos may have some underlying causes. For example, pain during sex, having the inability to orgasm, experiencing difficulty orgasming, taking selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, smoking, drinking too much alcohol, having genital or breast surgery, experiencing fatigue, experiencing menopause, and having relationship issues can all result in a lowered libido.
One benefit of this treatment is the resulting increase in libido. Maintaining a healthy libido can improve one’s mood and sexual performance and can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Having a healthy libido can result in better relationships between couples as well as happier and more satisfying lives.
A Reduction in Stress Urinary Incontinence and Urge Urinary Incontinence
Urge urinary incontinence involves feeling a sudden need to urinate and then losing control of the bladder, while stress urinary incontinence occurs when a physical movement or activity puts pressure on your bladder and urine will leak out. Coughing, laughing, sneezing, running, or lifting heavy things can result in unintentional urination. Some people may experience both stress urinary incontinence and urge urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is a common problem with a wide range of severity and causes that can impact everyday life. Some people may only occasionally leak urine when they sneeze, while others may experience urinary incontinence more frequently, with a greater sense of urgency, and with larger volumes of urine. Minor conditions like infections and more severe conditions like diabetes can both result in incontinence. Regardless of the cause or severity of urinary incontinence, it can be an embarrassing occurrence, but this treatment can greatly reduce urinary incontinence in women.
A Reduction in Chronic Interstitial Cystitis
Interstitial cystitis can cause bladder pressure, bladder pain, and pelvic pain. This chronic, painful bladder condition can result in an increase in urinary frequency and urinary urgency which can lead to urinary incontinence. The prominence of platelet-rich plasma in treatment that Dr. Runels developed has dramatically helped a large percentage of women who suffer from interstitial cystitis, because the platelet-rich plasma helps regulate the autoimmune response and decreases inflammation.
A Decrease in Postpartum Fecal Incontinence
After giving birth, many women experience difficulty controlling their bowel movements and passing gas. In a study of 1,247 women who experienced fecal incontinence at least once in the two years after giving birth, 68% reported having symptoms of fecal incontinence six months after childbirth, 45% reported having symptoms twelve months after childbirth, and 28% reported having symptoms of fecal incontinence twenty-four months after childbirth.
Fecal incontinence, or accidental bowel leakage, can negatively impact the quality of a woman’s life by creating frustration and anxiety around their condition and hindering their ability to care for their child emotionally and physically. The postpartum period is an excellent time for parent-child bonding, but women experiencing fecal incontinence must handle this condition in addition to caring for their new child.
A Reduction in the Symptoms of Lichen Sclerosus
Lichen sclerosus often affects the genital and anal areas, though it can also affect the upper arms, upper body, and breasts. It can create patchy, white skin that appears thin, and blotchy with wrinkled patches. People with lichen sclerosus may experience severe itching, tearing, bleeding, blistering, ulcerated sores, and painful sex. There’s also a higher risk of squamous cell carcinoma.
Postmenopausal women are at the highest risk of developing lichen sclerosus, but younger women, men, and children can experience lichen sclerosus. This treatment can reduce these symptoms thanks to the presence of activated platelets. They release growth factors that increase blood circulation and help with cell growth and regeneration.
These increases can help lichen sclerosus lesions heal faster and more thoroughly in comparison to the topical creams or steroids that are often used to treat the lesions caused by lichen sclerosus. Scarring associated with lichen sclerosus is also reduced with the addition of the platelet-rich plasma to the area.
A Reduction in the Symptoms of Lichen Planus
Lichen planus is a skin rash that is believed to be triggered by the immune system. It can result in swelling and irritation in the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes and appear as purplish, itchy, flat bumps and there may be blisters that burst and become scabby. If lichen planus develops on the vagina or vulva, it can result in pain, scarring, and discomfort during sex.
Since the O Shot helps rejuvenate the area and encourages cell growth and regeneration, the treatment encourages the skin that has been irritated by lichen planus to heal more quickly and more thoroughly.
A Reduction in Chronic Pain From a Traumatic Childbirth
Giving birth to a child can be traumatic on the body and result in chronic pain. The chronic pain that can follow a cesarean delivery is predominantly neuropathic and the pain may be a result of nerve entrapment, a cesarean scar defect, or pelvic adhesions. The use of platelet-rich plasma in the treatment stimulates stem cell growth and healing while also decreasing inflammation.
A Reduction in Chronic Pain From Mesh
Inorganic and/or biological materials can be used in surgical mesh, a loosely woven sheet that is used as permanent or temporary support for organs and other tissues during surgery. However, some patients who receive hernia surgical mesh implants may experience many different complications, like pain, infection, recurrence, adhesion, obstruction, perforation, and chronic pain.
The platelet-rich plasma treatment can help reduce inflammation around the mesh. It can also encourage healing in the tissues and nerves that have been negatively affected by the mesh.
An Increase in the Ability to Orgasm
One of the most noticeable benefits of this treatment is the increase in the ability to orgasm.
The injection of platelet-rich plasma brings more blood flow into the area and encourages the growth of new nerve tissues, which increases sensitivity and can make it easier to achieve orgasms. For people with scarring, the addition of platelet-rich plasma helps the area heal and increases sensitivity and self-esteem.
The Benefits of Orgasms
Orgasms come with a wide range of benefits that can affect overall health. In addition to bringing more pleasure into women’s lives, having orgasms can increase self-esteem, increase fertility, regulate the menstrual cycle through improving circadian health and lowering inflammation, relieve pain, and both lower stress and blood pressure. Orgasms can also increase intimacy in a relationship as the release of dopamine and oxytocin promote feelings of trust, attachment, and bonding.
The release of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), a chemical produced by the body’s adrenal glands which helps balance the immune system, promotes bone health, and repair damaged tissues, both boosts the immune system and boosts memory and brain function. Orgasms can also decrease the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes and result in a better night’s sleep.
Who Discovered This Treatment?
Charles Runels, MD received a B.S. in Chemistry from Birmingham – Southern College before continuing on to medical school at the University of Alabama Birmingham and becoming a board-certified specialist in Internal Medicine. He has invented and trademarked the Vampire Facelift, the Vampire Breast Lift, and the Priapus Shot in addition to the O Shot. He also founded the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association.
How Does It Work?
This treatment is a non-surgical procedure that involves drawing blood from your arm, spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the blood components, isolating the PRP (platelet-rich plasma), and injecting the PRP near the clitoris and in the vaginal wall with a very thin needle.
Because the nutrient-rich platelet-rich plasma that is injected near the clitoris and in the vaginal wall comes from the patient’s blood, the treatment is very safe and natural. PRP acts as a natural growth factor so it will stimulate new tissue creation and growth near the clitoris and vagina’s inner walls.
PRP treatments have been used to treat injuries in athletes, to help people recover from surgery, and to help treat medical conditions like hair loss. Blood is drawn from the patient, the platelet-rich plasma is isolated, and then it is injected into the part of the body that needs to be healed. The platelet-rich plasma encourages growth and healing in the target area.
What Is the Treatment Like?
The treatment is generally painless and numbing creams can be applied to the clitoris, labia, and/or G-spot. Before the injection of the platelets into the clit, labia, and/or G-spot, a local anesthetic can also be injected into these areas. The injection of the platelets may feel like a warm sensation or a tiny pinch, and the treatment usually takes around 30 minutes. There is no recovery time, so you can continue your day as usual after receiving the O Shot.
How Quickly Will I See Results?
After receiving this treatment, some results may include increased sensation, greater arousal from clitoral stimulation, an improvement in urinary incontinence, decreased pain during sex, younger and smoother vulva skin, an increase in natural lubrication, and stronger and more frequent orgasms.
While there may be an increase in sexual desire and pleasure immediately, it usually takes around three months for the full results to occur. Within the first week, women often experience heightened sensations and, in the next three to nine weeks, new tissue, new blood vessels, and new nerves will begin to develop. Three months after the treatment, the treated area will
How Long Will the Results Last?
These results will generally last between 14 and 18 months though the results may vary by person. Results can last up to three years or longer for certain people. On average, people repeat the treatment every 18 months to ensure that the results maintain the same quality as time goes on. A person’s age, medical conditions, and hormonal state may determine the results of the treatment and how long they last.
Who Should Get the O Shot?
Many women can benefit from this treatment. Women who have difficulty achieving orgasm, are suffering from a loss of vaginal sensitivity, suffer from vaginal dryness and a lack of natural lubrication, are frustrated with how long it takes for them to achieve orgasm, or who suffer from stress or urge urinary incontinence can greatly benefit.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the O Shot, please contact us at Complete Care Clinic in Paris, Texas! We provide high-quality care and treatments and we are happy to help you determine whether this treatment is right for you. We look forward to hearing from you!