A Holistic Approach to Sexual Dysfunction and UI with O-Shot
Although our physicians at Cherokee Women’s Health Specialists are experienced in treating all pelvic issues unique to women, we do not concentrate solely on the physical aspects of your genitalia. We recognize that health issues can be comprised of overall physical, mental and social factors and take all that into account, offering holistic approaches to the many problems that have plagued women since the beginning of time. One of these holistic solutions is the O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot.
Women have always suffered from a plethora of physical ailments unique to their gender-so much so that an entire branch of medicine, Gynecology, has been devoted to their exclusive issues. Painful intercourse, urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, and sexual disinterest are only a few of the problems we see on a daily basis. Though medicinal and surgical intervention is always available, many women today prefer a gentler and more natural approach. The O-Shot has been known to alleviate or entirely correct many of these problems in a less invasive, natural and extremely effective way.
Below, Dr. Litrel offers more insight on the holistic approach to treatment urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction with the O-Shot:
What is the O-Shot?
The O-Shot is a non-surgical injectable procedure administered in-office, using your own processed growth factor cells harvested from your blood. It is then re-injected into an area of the upper vagina and near the clitoris, resulting in healing regeneration of the orgasmic zone, triggering the power of your own body’s natural healing properties.
How is This Done?
After a vial of blood is taken from you, it is centrifuged, separating concentrated plasma and platelets from the rest of the blood. This process produces platelet-rich plasma (PRP), to which your physician applies an additive to boost the activation of your growth factors. Then, the platelet-rich serum is reintroduced into your body after swabbing the area with a numbing anesthetic.
Platelets normally swim around in your blood vessels, always on guard for any disruption or damage. When they sense one, they rush to the injury site, join together in a chain to ‘hold down the fort’, by forming a clot or plug. Then, they send out a type of S.O.S.to healing stem cells to hurry over and start repairs in the form of collagen production.
The O-Shot mimics this sequence by introducing a multitude of platelets into the body. The additive mixed in earlier sends that signal a false alarm of sorts- to lure the stem cells over. Stem cells, recognizing so many of your own platelets in one place are fooled into thinking there’s an injury and immediately respond, doing what they’re designed to do, which is to begin producing collagen and new tissue, replenishing vital elasticity, skin cells, moisture, plumpness, sensitivity, and strength to the area.
PRP is not a not a novelty or fad. This technique has been used for many years to heal wounds, to treat sports and other injuries— has even proven effective in dentistry.
What Can the O-Shot do for Me?
The O-Shot can benefit women a great deal. By spurring the area of the body where it has been injected into healing itself, the O-Shot immediately begins to work. It starts correcting different feminine issues that have developed over time due to aging, childbirth trauma, depleted collagen, tissue damage, skin cell death, etc., physical changes which can evolve into such problems as:
- Sexual dysfunction
- Sexual disinterest or low libido
- Vaginal Dryness
- Urinary Incontinence
- Failure to achieve orgasm
- Painful intercourse
- Stress incontinence
- Urge incontinence
The O-shot, in tandem with your own biological healing factors, can then ease or altogether eliminate these troubles, resulting in:
- Accelerated desire for sex
- More powerful orgasms
- Corrected or minimized urinary incontinence leakage
- More youthful and supple vaginal lip appearance
- Increased tautness to the vaginal opening
- Less or no need for artificial vaginal lubricant
- More frequent and regular orgasms
- Less or no pain during intercourse
- More sensitivity and arousal during clitoral stimulation
- More ease in attaining orgasm
- Possibility of reducing or stopping previous drug intervention
- Possibility of less frequent or complete cessation of pelvic-related infections
How Long do the Effects of the O-Shot Last?
Individual results vary, but often noticeable change begins immediately and can last up to 18 months. Depending on how severe your issue is, we may recommend a booster procedure in about 4 to 8 weeks, and a maintenance shot in about a year so that there is no diminishment of ongoing benefit. There is also no recovery period necessary. You can resume all normal activities immediately after leaving our office. Furthermore, the whole process will cause you little or no discomfort.
Who is a Good Candidate for the O-Shot?
Almost every woman between the ages of 25 to 65 is a good candidate. There are virtually no exceptions, but we can only recommend this procedure 100% after you disclose your full medical history so we can be sure there are no foreseeable problems exempting you. Usually, however, most women prove to be excellent candidates.
Why Should I Choose Cherokee Women’s Health Specialists for my O-Shot Treatment?
At our establishment, we pride ourselves on our holistic approach to female wellness. We treat you as a whole, taking into account any metabolic or hormonal problems you may have. Even diet and lifestyle can compromise or your body’s ability to heal or regenerate tissue. We address any psychological or emotional issues as well so that we can help restore your overall health, head to toe and inside and out. We do not just focus on your pelvic area. We examine all your alternatives and only recommend the best one for your unique situation.
Drs. Litrel and Haley have spent their entire medical careers striving to learn all there is to know about a woman’s anatomy and the myriad of factors that can affect its performance and functions. They are board certified, double accredited urologists with certification in OB-GYN and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS), the latter requiring years of study, training, hands-on experience, and meeting rigid proficiency demands specified by the American Board of Medicine (ABMS). Dr. Haley has been trained and licensed in Aesthetic Injectables for over a decade. Together and separately, these professionals are knowledgeable in every aspect of the problems exclusive to women throughout their lifetimes.
Administration of the O-Shot requires focused expertise, strict adherence to FDA guidelines, and astute knowledge of anatomy for optimum results. Our accomplished practitioners offer this skill on a daily basis. For more information on the O-Shot procedure, we invite you to email Oshot@cherokeewomenshealth.com or call our office at 770-720-7733.
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“Dr. Litrel was a fantastic doctor. I had my first exam with him, although at first I was skeptical about a male doctor for my GYN. But after I met him I’m glad I kept an open mind, and I couldn’t have dreamed up a better doctor. He cares about you as a person and not just a patient. The front desk ladies and nurses were very friendly and it’s a great office, very clean and not intimidating. I highly recommend Cherokee Women’s Health.”