Are You a Candidate for the O Shot?

Women around you are buzzing—with hot news and increased sexual satisfaction. They’re talking about the O-Shot®,  a cutting-edge therapy that uses growth factors in your blood to revitalize your vaginal tissues, including the all-important, pleasure-giving clitoris.

The O-Shot is a form of safe, effective platelet-rich-plasma therapy (PRP). Doctors have used PRP for years to repair injuries in top athletes and accelerate healing in men and women who are recovering from fractures, surgical procedures, and other types of physical trauma.

Super-powering your blood

Dr. Michelle M. Starke, the founder of The Center for Gynecology & Restorative Medicine in Coral Gables, Florida, is one of a select group of medical practitioners worldwide who’ve been certified to administer PRP to vaginal and vulvar tissues with the O-Shot.

She takes a small sample of blood from your arm and then processes it to concentrate its healing platelets, teeming with growth factors and essential proteins. Dr. Stark injects the PRP into the “G-spot” at the front top of your vaginal wall and into your clitoris to rejuvenate and restore your urogenital area.

Whether or not you’ve developed symptoms of menopause-related vaginal and vulvar changes—such as atrophic vaginitis or lichen sclerosus—you’re probably curious about whether the O-Shot could revitalize your sex life, too. Dr. Starke explains how to tell if the O-Shot is right for you.

Sex is painful or blah

Whether because of the hormonal changes of perimenopause and menopause or the physical alterations that occur with childbirth, if you’re not enjoying sex anymore, the O-Shot can help. Dr. Starke recommends the O-Shot to reverse the symptoms of  low sex drive.

Within days of your treatment, you should experience benefits such as:

You don’t look pretty “down there”

A wrinkly, shriveled, dry vulva due to vulvodynia or atrophic vaginitis can make you feel older and unattractive and impair your sexual confidence. If you’ve noticed white spots on your vulvar area, you might have a non-contagious skin condition known as lichen sclerosus.

Dr. Starke considers the O-Shot a first-line treatment for lichen sclerosus and atrophic vaginitis because it helps your body rebuild and repair tissues damaged by aging, trauma, and hormonal imbalance.

After the O-Shot, your vulva and labia look plumper, smoother, and healthier. Over time, your other symptoms resolve, too. It’s almost like the O-Shot turned back the clock to the days when you felt happy and confident about the way you looked in intimate situations.

Your climaxes are lackluster or absent

Part of the rewards of an intimate situation is giving your partner the pleasure of your own satisfaction. And, of course, experiencing it yourself: boldly, happily, and without inhibition.

If you have trouble reaching orgasm during sex or masturbation, or if your orgasms are weak or short, you don’t have to settle anymore. Because the O-Shot is delivered into key pleasure points in your urogenital system—the G-spot and clitoris—it heightens your ability to reach an orgasmic state more quickly, feel maximum pleasure, and climax regularly and satisfactorily.

You want more

Even if you don’t have any vaginal, vulvar, or other urogenital symptoms, you could still benefit from the O-Shot. Healthy women who receive the O-Shot rave about how it improves lubrication, sensation, and optimizes their orgasms.

Results, of course, may vary by individual. Depending on your situation, you may need other therapies as well. To schedule an O-Shot consultation, reach Dr. Starke by phone or online form to schedule your consultation at her Coral Gables, Florida, office.

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