Whether through age or pre-existing health problems, women might find that to their dismay, they can either no longer achieve an orgasm or find that sex is less pleasurable than it once was. Understandably, this is a frustrating thing. But you don’t have to live this way! An exciting procedure called the O-Shot® makes it possible to restore your libido. This shot has many advantages, including the fact that it doesn’t require surgery and it enables sexual rejuvenation. If you’re curious to know about solutions that can return your sex life to its former glory, here are some things to consider about the O-Shot®.
What is the O-Shot®?
The O-Shot® or “Orgasm Shot” is designed to eliminate problems in the bedroom. Some women – up to 20%, according to studies – have never had an orgasm in their life. That means that this treatment can show them what they’ve been missing. Other women might find that due to natural aging or menopause, they can no longer achieve an orgasm, or at least not as quickly. Both situations can be frustrating and embarrassing for the woman and her partner.
How It Works
Fortunately, there is hope thanks to sexual rejuvenation. The O-Shot® steps in to save the day by relying on the individual’s blood to rejuvenate the vaginal area and clitoris. This restores heightened sensation to the area, which is essential for producing an orgasm. Blood is first taken, and then it is isolated to extract platelet-rich plasma, or PRP. This special plasma has long been touted by the medical industry for its ability to promote healing.
From increasing your confidence in the bedroom to generally making you feel better about yourself, there are many good reasons why women should consider getting the O-Shot®. This revolutionary procedure offers a way to restore your sex life, or create a better one altogether.
Our skilled team at Dr. Rogers Centers can work with you to determine which sexual rejuvenation treatment is best for you. We have a number of options available. Contact us today to book an appointment at our office on Redland Road in San Antonio.