Dyspareunia, Urinary Incontinence, Sexual Dysfunction For Healthier, Younger, Stronger Tissue and Release Pain
-Like new again…bounding with my husband comes back…
-Absolutely love it! More excitement!
-My urine is not leak again….
-my dryness and pain are so much decreased….
Orgasm Shot® (O Shot®) is protected by US Patent & Trademark Law. Only providers listed on the members of the Orgasm Shot® (O Shot®) Provider Group, know the trade secrets of the Orgasm Shot®, have agreed to use FDA approved equipment, and own license to use” Orgasm Shot®” name. Any others using the name “Orgasm Shot®” are not members of the group, are violating Patent & Trademark law, may be doing an inferior (even dangerous) procedure, and are subject to prosecution.
What is O-Shot®?
It is a nonsurgical procedure that utilizes a woman’s own PRP (Plasma Rich Platelets) which are injected into an area called the O-Spot---a collection of structures that activate the Orgasm System. Growth Factors (GF) and Stem Cells derived from a woman’s own PRP stimulate vaginal, clitoral and urethral rejuvenation to improve that area’s health.
The O-Shot® (Orgasm Shot®) procedure is a specific way of injecting PRP to rejuvenate the vaginal area for helping with urine incontinence and sexual dysfunction. The name is protected by US Patent & Trademark law and only physicians who are members of O-Shot® group are licensed to use the name.
What Women Say after O-Shot®
Results May Vary
O-Shot® Procedure Description:
Strong numbing cream is applied to the external genital area and the arm. The blood is drawn from the arm, just as it would be for a routine blood test. Then using a centrifuge and FDA approved kit, platelet rich plasma (PRP) is isolated. Calcium chloride is added to PRP, which triggers the platelets to release different growth factors (GF) that then trigger our own stem cells to grow new and younger tissue. The PRP is injected into an area call the O Spot, a collection of structures that activate the orgasm system. The whole process takes about 30 minutes, the actual injection process takes less than 10 minutes.
What is PRP and is it safe?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is essentially an increased concentration of autologous (your own) platelets suspended in a small amount of plasma after centrifugation. Patient’s blood is collected and centrifuged until it is separated into 3 layers: platelet poor plasma (PPP), PRP, and red blood cells.
In our center we use 2 spins method (which is one of the best methods to obtain PRP) by separating PRP (Plasma Rich Plasma) from PPP (Plasma Poor Plasma). 1st spin separates PPP from red fraction and PRP. 2nd spin separates the red fraction from PRP.
Platelets play a fundamental role in hemostasis and are a natural source of growth factors (GF). GF include: platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), insulin like growth factor (IGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), platelet derived angiogenic factor (PDAF), and transforming growth factor beta (TGF), etc. In addition to growth factors, platelets release numerous other substances, e.g.: fibronectin, vitronectin, sphingosine, 1-phosphate, etc.
PRP stimulates wound healing and tissue regeneration, decreases scar formation, and shortens healing time by involving in key stages including chemotaxis, migration, proliferation, differentiation, angiogenesis, osteogenesis, and collagen synthesis, etc.
Biopsy studies show that when PRP is injected, stem cells multiply and grow new, younger tissue.
PRP has been used for more than 20 years by professional athletes and has been used clinically by orthopedic surgeons, dentists, and wound care centers, etc. There has never even been one serious reaction to PRP prepared by an FDA approved kit in any part of the body.
Why choose Dr. Hong Davis to give O-Shot®
Most Common Questions:
Q: At what age can a patient have this procedure?
A: If a patient has urine incontinence severe enough to affect her social function or hygiene, we will treat the patient starting at 14 years old.
Q: Does the procedure hurt?
A: Strong topic numbing cream and ice are applied to the area. Patients usually experience zero to minimal pain, can go to work or exercise right after the procedure.
For patients who are afraid of even minor pain:
Q: My GYN told me I need surgery to fix my prolapses, can I do this procedure instead?
A: If your GYN tells you that you need surgery, you can do this procedure after the surgery, which may help decrease surgical scar formation and help revive some of the tissue function.
Q: What about O(Orgasm) Wave (Acoustic Wave Therapy)?
A: For best result, especially for women who have diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, chronic smoker, other vascular issues, vaginal delivery & trauma history, and hormone level decline, prior & after O Shot, and with & without O Shot, we highly suggest patients to do F Wave treatment (Acoustic Wave Therapy). We offer the best Acoustic Wave Therapy System: Apex Magnum, which uses dual technology of Electromagnetic and Pneumatic Shock Wave.
O Wave (Acoustic Wave Therapy) Effects (a painless procedure)
-short term effect: increase of blood flow by vasodilation
-long term effect: improvement of blood flow caused by formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis)
-lymphatic drainage effect, drainage and washout of toxins
-relaxation of fibrotic structures (septum)
-strengthening of the connective tissue leads to an improvement in elasticity and firmness of the tissue
Q: Will my insurance cover the procedure?
A: Insurances do not cover the procedure.
Some Facts about Women
-Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (usually but not always accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder) around 5% of women want to have sex but have difficulty finding the pleasure of arousal.
-Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (low desire) it is not counted as a disorder unless it is disrupting the woman’s life. Around 10% incidence.
-Female Orgasmic Disorder around 5% women can become aroused but have much difficulty achieving orgasm.
-Dyspareunia is when women suffer with real pain with sex which is not due to decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm. The shocking statistics of 10-20% incidence comes from Obstetrics & Gynecology April 2011.
-Genital Mismatch can contribute to both Female Orgasmic Disorder and Dyspareunia.
-The risk factors: being a woman, childbirth, persistent cough, aging, obesity and smoke.
-5 %( 1 out of 20) of women age 20-29 have urinary incontinence severe enough to really bother them. The percentage increases as women age.
-Conventional ways to treat urinary incontinence other than O Shot®:
------go to bathroom more frequently, a time schedule which is not always possible
------stay semi-dehydrated, but staying hydrated helps one stay mentally clear, maintain good digestive function, have proper suppression of appetite, prevent urinary tract infection, and is essential for one’s overall health.
------Kegel exercise, can improve but not the cure.