Renewed Confidence with the O-Shot®
Dr. Stefanie A. Schultis
Vaginal and Bladder Regeneration
Advanced Gynecology in Covington, LA
The solution that gives you a healthier and more satisfying sex life. Introducing the O-Shot ®, an exciting new non-invasive form of treatment. As a result, it helps your natural growth processes. Therefore, regenerating your vaginal system to increase your overall sexual health.
Ask yourself if you are:
losing urine when you cough or sneeze?
losing interest in sex?
having painful intercourse?
having difficulty achieving orgasm?
suffering from Lichen Sclerosus?
Approximately 4 out of 10 women are experience some or all of these problems. The result often effects the quality of life...physically, psychologically, and sexually, yet very few women will ever discuss it with their doctors. Until recently, vaginal dryness, atrophy, and stress urinary incontinence were assumed to be the inevitable result of aging.
The O-Shot® is a revolutionary approach to improve sexual relations and urinary incontinence. The results of this safe, non-surgical in office procedure can be dramatic and long-lasting. Women report significant improvement in stimulation, sensitivity, arousal, and sex drive. Problems related to leaky bladders often resolve.
Hormone and Drug Free
Little to No Downtime
May be Effective up to One Year
Although each woman’s experience may differ in some ways, most patients report:
decreased or resolution of urinary incontinence
greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
stronger and more frequent orgasms
increased sexual desire
increased natural lubrication
younger, smoother skin of the vulva
a tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
a decrease in painful intercourse
a decrease in or cure of Lichen Sclerosus
What is the O-Shot®?
It is a short office procedure in which a small quantity of your own blood is taken from your arm. It is then spun in a special centrifuge machine to separate the platelet rich plasma (PRP) that contains a high concentration of 8 growth factors and signaling proteins. A local anesthetic cream is applied to the vaginal area for 20 minutes followed by a lidocaine block, then the PRP is injected into the vagina in two areas with a very tiny needle.
How does it work?
The PRP is regenerative technology that deploys aspects of your own biochemistries when activated with a small quantity of calcium becomes Platelet rich fibrin matrix (PRFM). The 8 growth factors that are released from the platelets will instinctively know how to repair and strengthen the specific tissues where they reside.
What should I expect during my appointment?
An initial consultation appointment is required which should be covered by insurance. At this time, Dr. Schultis may likely order Urodynamics testing (Bladder) to evaluate levels of urinary incontinence, if applicable. This is an in-office test and is usually covered by insurance.
Another office visit will be scheduled for the O-Shot® actual procedure when your blood will be drawn and specially prepared. A powerful, topical anesthetic cream will be applied to the area. Once your PRP is ready, Dr. Schultis will inject very specific areas of the vagina and clitoris with a tiny needle. While the injection takes just a few minutes, the entire process takes up to approximately 60 minutes.
Are there any side effects or downtime?
Since all of the products retrieved in PRP are exclusively from YOU (Autologous in origin), there is no risk of allergic reaction or intolerance ever reported in the literature in several thousand papers written on the subject. You can return to work, exercise and any other activity the same day (including sexual activity).
How long does it take for the O-Shot® to work? How long does it last?
The full effect of the O-Shot® takes up to 12 weeks and may last varying lengths of time. Most report from 6 months to two years.
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Here are a few articles with first-hand reports of O-Shot® experiences.
This innovative treatment is gaining popularity and was featured on Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, in Cosmopolitan magazine, and other media sources.