Feeling Unmotivated In The Bedroom? The O-Shot Will Help Boost A Low Libido

Unmotivated, Libido, Dr. Michelle M. Starke

It’s no surprise to find out that women often feel pressure in the bedroom to engage in sexual activity. Indeed, the common view is that a woman’s libido is generally lower than the man’s and will decrease during a marriage over time. The science on whether women actually do have lower libido than men is still being hotly debated, but the statistics on how many women suffer from a low desire for sex is pretty solid.


In a survey that collated the data from thirty thousand female respondents between 18 and 102, 44% of them reported a low desire for sex as being the most prominent issue. What this means is that low sex drive in women is not only very common, but is so common that most people consider it normal. When we add this to the fact that up to 15% of all women never reach orgasm at all during sexual activity with their partners, the scenario seems quite grim.

A story of a woman’s sexual desire

According to sexologists, a woman’s sexuality and arousal is multifaceted and complex in a very different way to a man’s. Where pills like Viagra have provided a quick and effective fix for Erectile Dysfunction in men, they simply don’t work on women. Though there are areas of a man’s arousal mechanism that are psychological and emotional, there is also a large physical factor in it. This is why a pill like Viagra works so well.


For women, sexual arousal is a strong combination of physical and psychological factors. In many cases, the cultural pressure for a woman to simply “be there” for her male partner and be receptive to his sexual needs eclipses what she might need sexually.


There are many variables in cases of low sexual desire in a woman, including:


Despite the fact that low sexual desire is a complex issue for women and there are no easy answers, the O-shot treatment has proven to be effective in many cases. My name is Dr. Michelle M. Starke, and I have vast experience helping women to regain their sexual desire. So, how can the O-shot help you get back your sexual mojo?

How can the O-shot help?

The Orgasm Shot—or O-shot for short—is an injection that can help to regenerate blood vessels and soft tissues in the clitoral area. Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) treatments have been used for some years to help athletes regenerate soft tissues quickly, and they can also be used to improve sexual desire.

During the O-shot process, I’ll carefully draw some of your own blood and prepare it so that the growth-factor-rich plasma is concentrated. I’ll then numb an area right near your clitoris and carefully inject the plasma. The growth factors will go to work and help to grow new tissues and blood vessels.

It might sound like a tough experience, but it’s actually not painful at all. The numbing cream I use will help to prepare the sensitive area so that you barely feel the injection. It might take a little while to work, but the O-shot typically provides the following benefits:

Get your mojo back today

If you’re feeling embarrassed about your lack of sexual desire, the first step is to accept that you aren’t to blame. Once you understand that sexual desire is a complex process that can break down due to many factors, we can sit down and talk about it.


The O-shot is a relatively new procedure that has a proven track record in helping many women regain their confidence in the bedroom and beyond. My name is Dr. Michelle M. Starke, and through many years of experience, I know that I can help you get back your mojo. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment to see me through our easy to use online portal.

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