Is The O-Shot safe?
Yes, The O-Shot is safe. No side effects have been reported from injecting a person’s own Platelet-Rich Plasma into their body.
Is The O-Shot in Denver painful?
Patients’ pain tolerances vary, however The O-Shot creates little, if any, pain. The areas are numbed with a topical cream, however some women may feel a pinching or stinging sensation while others don’t feel anything.
What can I expect immediately after getting The O-Shot?
You may experience swelling of the area that has been injected that may cause extra sensitivity. The swelling will go down within a few days after the treatment.
How long does it take to work?
Results from the O-Shot vary with each woman, as some see a difference in a few days and others don’t see a difference for a few weeks.
What results can I expect following The O-Shot?
Most women will experience increased sensitivity of the clitoris and G-spot area resulting in stronger and multiple orgasms. Typically this may take up to 3-4 weeks. Some do not experience a notable difference but are still a candidate for a repeat injection. Women who have never had an orgasm have reported being multi-orgasmic following one O-shot, even in their 60s.
How long does The O-Shot last?
The O-Shot can last for one to two years.
When should I consider The LEO (Laser Enhanced O-Shot)?
Women who have noticed decreased vaginal sensation and looseness should undergo Laser Vaginal Resurfacing with the FemiLift. This is a series of three treatments. During one of the laser treatments an O-shot would be performed by injecting PRP into the clitoris and anterior vaginal walls and then PRP would be placed into the freshly resurfaced vagina. The results from the combination treatment are therefore enhanced.
How do I know if The O-Shot at Aguirre Specialty Care is for me?
If you experience any sexual disorders, painful sex, vaginal looseness, urinary incontinence or wish to improve your sex life, The O-Shot might be for you.
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