A procedure to make the relationship bed much more fun and intimate.
Can you really increase and rejuvenate your sex life through an injection?
As we grow older, our sights get impaired so we wear glasses, our hearing might get weaker so we wear hearing aids, this is no different. This is a part of the female body that sees a lot of changes through life: from delivery, menopause, hormonal changes, and aging. So, we have to expect some reduction in sensation but we should not treat this is as an abnormality. The abnormality is not seeking help, and ignoring female sexual dysfunction with the negative effects it can have on the female life, family, social interaction and work.
What is O-Shot
The O-shot, an abbreviation of The Orgasm Shot, is a non-surgical treatment which pledges to increase sexual arousal and “rejuvenate the vagina.
Women who receive the O-Shot have stronger and more frequent orgasms, increased natural lubrication and greater arousal after having the procedure which takes around 40 minutes. The shot works by using platelets containing the woman’s own blood from her arm. This is then put in a special centrifuge which produces “high quality” Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). It is injected into specific areas of the vagina. It can just be one shot or it may be repeated to build on the existing PRP.
The PRP generated in the centrifuge contains cell regenerating growth factors which, when injected into the vagina, trigger stem cells to increase blood flow and generate healthy tissue growth as well as helps improve the vascularization of the area.
Requests for the O-shot have been on the rise recently, which is attributed partly to the positive experience of women who have received the shot...
The rise of non-surgical genital rejuvenation may also be attributed to the advanced technology that is now available, and women now being better informed.
Women finally have a treatment to help them regain their sensitivity, sensuality and their sexuality.
The main reasons women are requesting the shot are to increase sensitivity because they used to have orgasms and now do not, they are experiencing urinal incontinence or lichen sclerosis - a condition which affects the skin of the genitals.
Some women who chose the procedure might suffer from female sexual arousal disorder which has shown to affect 1 in 20 women according to some studies. They might be unable to achieve an orgasm, potentially because they have an orgasm disorder. Other women who opt for the shot may do so because they are experiencing pain during sex.
Women have reported a range of positive effects from the shots including:
- increased sensation,
- greater arousal from clitoral stimulation,
- the ability to have an orgasm from penetrative sex when they were previously unable to,
- younger and smoother skin of the vulva,
- stronger and more frequent orgasms,
- improvement in urinary incontinence,
- decreased pain for those experiencing painful sex,
- increased natural lubrication and the increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm.
The results vary
The results of the O-shot may vary. They depend on the initial conditions in terms of the recipient’s age, existing medical conditions or hormonal problems. The method is "not a magic wand"!
Of the women receiving the O-shot, 50% may experience instantaneous "wow effects" while the other half may just notice a marked improvement, which they can build on by having more injections.
Are there any risks with injecting such a highly sensitive area? No there are not.
Is a necessary condition for Sexual Wellness
With rejuvenation we make young again; restore to youthful vigor, appearance.
Rejuvenation is a medical discipline focused on the practical reversal of the aging process.
Rejuvenation is the reversal of aging and thus requires a different strategy, namely repair of the damage that is associated with aging or replacement of damaged tissue with new tissue.
Sexual female anatomy includes the vulva and internal reproductive organs like the uterus and ovaries.
The vulva made up of the labia, clitoris, vaginal opening, and the opening to the urethra (the hole you pee out of).
While vaginas are just one part of the vulva, many people say “vagina” when they really mean the vulva. But the vulva has a lot more going on than just the vagina.
The labia (lips) are folds of skin around your vaginal opening. The labia majora (outer lips) are usually fleshy and covered with pubic hair. The labia minora (inner lips) are inside your outer lips. They begin at your clitoris and end under the opening to your vagina. Labia can be short or long, wrinkled or smooth. Often one lip is longer than the other. They also vary in color from pink to brownish black. The color of your labia can change as you get older. Some people have larger outer lips than inner lips, and many have larger inner lips than outer lips. Both are sensitive, and swell when you're turned on.
The tip of the clitoris is located at the top of your vulva, where your inner lips meet. Everyone’s is a different size. It can be about as small a pea or as big as a thumb. The tip of the clitoris is covered by the clitoral hood.
Your clitoris is made of spongy tissue that becomes swollen when you're aroused (turned on). It has thousands of nerve endings — more than any other part of the human body. And it’s only purpose? To make you feel good.
Opening of the urethra
The urethral opening is the tiny hole that you pee out of, located just below your clitoris.
Opening of the vagina
The vaginal opening is right below your urethral opening. It's where menstrual blood leaves your body, and babies are born through the vaginal opening. A variety of things can go inside your vagina, like fingers, penises, sex toys, tampons, and menstrual cups.
The anus (AKA butthole) is the opening to your rectum. The anus has lots of sensitive nerve endings, so some people experience sexual pleasure from anal stimulation.
The mons is the fleshy mound above your vulva. After puberty, it’s covered with pubic hair. It cushions your pubic bone.
Vaginal rejuvenation is a broad term for vaginal corrective treatments, covers several different procedures
These procedures can be done for cosmetic reasons or to solve age-related problems, such as lack of vaginal tightness and urinary incontinence. Lack of lubrication
Who gets this treatment?
The two main groups of women who get this treatment are:
- Postmenopausal women
- Postpartum women