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Does The O-Shot Work? The O-Shot, in short for Orgasm Shot, is a non-surgical way of increasing sexual arousal and sensitivity of the clitoris and the G-spot. The O-Shot is very popular currently since it is appealing to a very large audience. Many women, approximately %75 of all women around the world, are having problems with experiencing a long, satisfying orgasm caused by a variety of physical and psychological reasons. The O-Shot’s purpose is to help women who have lost interest in sex due to reasons like looseness of the vagina after childbirth, dull vaginal sensation, painful sexual intercourse and many other factors.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is taken from the blood of the patient and injected into the clitoris, the vaginal walls and the G-Spot. With the procedure, newer and younger stem cells take over the blood cells in these spots and increase the sensitivity and sensation of the clitoris, the vaginal walls and the G-Spot.

Over the recent years, PRP treatments have been proven to add a younger and fuller apperaence to other parts of the body and many patients who have gotten the O-Shot claim that their sex life is better than it has been before.

Patients have explained that a few weeks after their O-Shot injection, they started experiencing an increase in sexual desire, more arousal from clitoral stimulation and more frequent and stronger orgasms.

Here is more specific information about the O-Shot procedure which will help us answer the question “Does the O-Shot work?”:

Advantages of the O-Shot

  • Increasing sexual desire and libido
  • Thightening of the vaginal opening
  • Increase of sensitivity
  • Increase of sensation
  • Being able to have several orgasms in a short period of time
  • Stronger orgasms
  • Decrease in urinary incontinence
  • Decrease in vaginal dryness
  • Decrease in the symptoms of sexual disorder such as Female Arousal Disorder, Female Orgasmic Disorder, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

How painful is the O-Shot injection?

The O-Shot injection is usually painless since the genital area is numbed with a creamy solution. Pain tolerance varies from person to person but most patients experience none to very minimal pain.

How long does the O-Shot last?

Patients who have gotten an O-Shot injection claim that they started seeing results ten days after the procedure and continued benefitting off its results until about fourteen to eighteen months after the injection. So it can be said that the Orgasm Shot lasts for around sixteen months. The time may show little variation from person to person. Most patients get another infection after eighteen months.

What happens during the procedure?

First, blood is drawn from your arm. Then this blood is pinned down using a centrifuge and the healing part of the blood is extracted from it. The part taken from your blood forms the PRP (Platelet-rich plasma), which will help increase the amount of stem cells in your clitoris and vaginal walls. A numbig cream is spread onto the genital area in order to provide a painless experience for the patient. The PRP is later injected into the patients’s clitoris and vaginal walls.

The procedure usually takes up to around one to two hours. The injection takes up only around fifteen minutes.

How long does the recovery take?

There is no real recovery time for this type of procedure. Patients may feels a warm sensation or stingy feeling in their genital area after the injection for a short period of time. Patients can carry on with their daily life without having to rest.

How many injections does one patient need?

Patients can only get one injection or keep getting injections in order to keep experiencing the results the Orgasm shot provides them. The doctor will provide patients with more specific information to work on a timeframe that works best for the patients’ needs and circumstances.

How long does it take for patients to see results?

Most patients start seeing results the week after the injection, however it takes around three months to see the full potential of the Orgasm Shot. The new tissue starts developing around three to nine weeks after the injection.

When can patients resume sexual activity after the O-Shot treatment?

Patients can engage in sexual activities about four days after the Orgasm shot injection. Results of the injection can be seen a few days after.

Side effects of the Orgasm Shot

Little to no side effects are expected to occur after the treatment since the injection contains the own blood of the patient. Bleeding, swelling and very rarely infections are complications seen after the O-Shot treatment.

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Care after the O-Shot injection

  • Patients can resume daily activities and go back to work the same day the procedure has been carried out.
  • Patients should wait at least four days before having sexual intercourse or putting in a tampon. Hygiene pads can be used instead.
  • Patients can use the medication their doctor has prescribed them, however they should stay away from medications such as aspirin that thins the blood.

Is the O-Shot safe?

The O-Shot itself is safe, however some minimal problems may occur caused by outer circumstances.

Can everyone get the O-Shot?

Women of all ages can get the O-Shot. Women who gave birth and struggle with reduced vaginal sensation can get it to increase the sensitivity and sensation. Furthermore, the O-Shot will also help tighten their vaginal muscles which may have loosened after childbirth. Younger women who have difficulty in having strong and satisfying orgasms can get the O-Shot, as well as older women who have the same problem as a negative effect of menopause. In short, yes, everyone who is above the age of consent can get the O-Shot injection.

Considering all these answers, it is clear that much research has been done on the O-Shot and its effectivity has been proved on many patients. Many women who have gotten the O-Shot agree that their sex life has been enhanced after the injection. Most of the patients come back for a following treatment after their first treatment, which continues its effect for approximately half a year before another injection is needed.

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