O-Shot and P-Shot

The o-shot & p-shot are non-surgical injections that utilize platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to improve sexual wellness. PRP or platelet-rich plasma involves drawing your blood, isolating the platelet-rich plasma from the blood, and reinjecting it into an area. The blood contains all the growth factors that assist in recovery in injuries such as sports injuries, hair loss, and sexual dysfunction.

The O-Shot for Women

The o-shot, otherwise known as the orgasm shot, boosts female sexual health. Women who experience sexual dysfunction, struggle to achieve orgasm, or have urinary incontinence may benefit from the O-Shot. The treatment increases sensitivity and stimulation to improve sex drive and the sexual experience.
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How the O-Shot Works

The treatment involves injecting the labia and clitoris with platelets that contain healing proteins. The PRP process extracts these healing proteins from the blood which contain growth factors. Before the injection, numbing cream is applied to minimize discomfort.
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Am I a Candidate for the O-Shot?

This treatment is ideal for individuals suffering from:  

  • Sexual dysfunction  
  • Urinary incontinence  
  • Low sex drive  
  • Vaginal atrophy  
  • Pain during intercourse  
  • Vaginal dryness  
Vagina anatomy. Clean illustration of vulva.

Recovery Period

Patients can expect a quick recovery from the o-shot. Patients may even have intercourse the same day as treatment. However, some sensitivity for a day or two can be expected for some. Results can first be experienced within the 3- days of treatment. Typically, results reach their peak within 3 months. Patients can expect results to last at least a year.

Learn about the P-Shot

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Dr. Henry E. Childers, M.D. is happy to provide patients with detailed information, answer all questions, and discuss any concerns. Dr. Childers is a board-certified cardiothoracic surgeon with nearly two decades of experience in vein disease and vein treatment. Because of his past surgical experience, Dr. Childers is intimately familiar with the saphenous vein — the vein most likely to be involved in your vein treatment procedure.

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