The O-Shot uses the natural ability of your body’s own platelets to restore vaginal tissues, boost your sex drive, and increase the frequency and quality of orgasms. Keith Smigiel, FNP-C, DC, FIAMA, at ReGen Pain & Wellness has years of experience helping women who are unhappy with their sex life, often due to the age-related decline in hormones. To learn more about the O-Shot or to schedule an appointment, use the online booking feature or call the office in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The O-Shot, or orgasm shot, is an injection that rejuvenates vaginal tissues and improves orgasms by enhancing your clitoris.* The active ingredient in the O-shot is platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which is a rich source of the growth factors your body uses to trigger tissue regeneration.
PRP is blood plasma that contains a high concentration of platelets. To make your PRP, Dr. Smigiel draws a sample of blood and processes it in a centrifuge. The centrifuge separates the platelets from other blood components such as red blood cells and white blood cells. The concentrated platelets are then mixed with plasma to make your O-shot.
After Dr. Smigiel injects PRP into an area just inside your vagina, PRP’s growth factors stimulate the production of new blood vessels, collagen, and nerves. Although each woman’s experience is different, most patients achieve benefits such as:
If you have a low sex drive, infrequent orgasms, or find it hard to orgasm, the O-Shot can enhance two erogenous areas: your clitoris and the Grafenberg spot, better known as the G-spot. After your PRP injection, you’ll gain increased sensitivity and improved response to sexual stimulation, and this, in turn, gives you better orgasms and improves your sex drive.
After menopause, some women develop vaginal dryness and loss of lubrication. As platelets from your O-Shot promote collagen and blood vessel production, your vaginal lining is rejuvenated and sex becomes enjoyable again.
Even when PRP is injected into your vagina, the growth factors can stimulate new tissue growth in your urinary tract. As these tissues are restored, incontinence caused by loss of estrogen at menopause may improve.
Dr. Smigiel applies a topical numbing cream so you won’t have to worry about discomfort. Then he injects your O-Shot into an area just inside your vagina. It takes a little time for new tissues to develop, so it may be weeks before you notice the improvement.
To learn more about the O-Shot, call ReGen Pain & Wellness or use the online booking feature to schedule an appointment.
*Individual results may vary.