What Are the Benefits of the O-Shot®?
The O-Shot® was created to address common female sexual function problems. Some of these include:
- Chronic interstitial cystitis
- Chronic pain from an episiotomy or traumatic birth
- Chronic pain from mesh
- Difficulty reaching climax (orgasm)
- Lichen planus
- Lichen sclerosus
- Low sex drive
- Urinary incontinence
- Vaginal dryness from menopause or breast cancer treatment
Some of the benefits that patients have reported are as follows:
- Better quality of orgasms
- Heightened arousal and sexual desire
- Improvement of lichen sclerosus and lichen planus
- Improvement in urinary incontinence
- Increase in the number of orgasms
- Less dryness and more lubrication
- Relief of pain from childbirth, mesh, and interstitial cystitis
Am I a Candidate for the O-Shot®?
Women aged 40 to 70 who suffer from reduced libido, painful intercourse, sexual dysfunction, vaginal dryness, stress incontinence, or any of the conditions mentioned above may be good candidates for the O-Shot®.
An in-depth consultation with Dr. Agullo is the best way for patients in or near El Paso to learn more about the O-Shot® and how it can help them.
What Is Discussed During My O-Shot® Consultation?
During your consultation, Dr. Agullo will obtain a complete medical history and listen carefully to all of the aesthetic and functional concerns you have about your vagina and sexual response.
Because he offers a wide range of vaginal rejuvenation treatments, he can tailor your treatment plan to meet your unique needs, and if the O-Shot® is suitable for you, he will recommend the procedure.
What Does Receiving the O-Shot® Involve?
The O-Shot® procedure involves collecting some of the patient’s blood and isolating the platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a substance that promotes healing and regeneration. After a local anesthetic is administered, this PRP is injected into the clitoris, labia, and G-spot.
Only well-trained providers certified by the makers of O-Shot® are allowed to perform this procedure.
How Should I Prepare for My O-Shot®?
Do not take aspirin or other NSAIDS for one to two weeks before the procedure. NSAIDs inhibit the regenerative process of PRP, so continue to avoid them for another two weeks after the procedure to achieve the best results.
Shave the area the day before your procedure is scheduled.
What Are Your Concerns?
What Can I Expect for My O-Shot® Recovery?
There is little to no pain following the procedure. Bruising may develop, but it should be mild and will subside quickly.
When Will I Feel My O-Shot® Results?
Most women experience significantly increased sensitivity and report more intense and prolonged orgasms starting from six hours to two days after receiving their O-Shot®. Improvement in urinary incontinence is generally noticeable between one and two weeks, with these benefits becoming more evident at the two-month mark when the PRP has taken full effect.
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What Are Some Frequently Asked Questions About the O-Shot®?
In general, the O-Shot® is considered a very low-risk procedure if performed by a certified O-Shot® provider. If not done correctly, urinary outflow obstruction is the main risk and requires immediate medical attention. The protocol used by Dr. Agullo doesn’t carry this risk.
All of the O-Shot® techniques and medications are FDA approved. The procedure itself lies outside the FDA’s jurisdiction but is medically approved.
This procedure is not appropriate for women with incontinence due to a stroke or spinal cord injury.
This procedure usually takes only about 20 minutes to complete.
The O-Shot® lasts between one and three years and sometimes longer.
Want to Learn More about the O-Shot® in El Paso?
If you are interested in receiving the O-Shot® in El Paso, Texas, or any other vaginal rejuvenation procedure, contact Dr. Agullo’s office today by calling (915) 590-7900.