Gynecology

O-Shot


Short for the Orgasm Shot, the O-Shot is a revolutionary approach to improve sexual relations and to stop urinary incontinence. The results of this 20-minute procedure are dramatic and long lasting. Women report significant improvement in stimulation, sensitivity, arousal and sex drive. Urinary incontinence (both stress and urge) sometimes stops the day of treatment.


50% of women experience some degree of low libido and dysfunction
Results last as long as 12-18 months for most women
Completely natural
No reported complications in over 45,000 users
Clinically proven results have led to the O-Shot seen on Dr. Oz, The View, The Doctors, and Cosmopolitan Magazine!

Benefits Include…

  • Increased natural vaginal lubrication
  • Relief from painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
  • Increased clitorial sensitivity and arousal
  • Improved skin texture of the vulva (vaginal lips)
  • Tighter vaginal opening for more pleasurable intercourse
  • Increased arousal from G-Spot stimulation
  • More intense and frequent orgasms
  • Decreased or resolved urinary incontinence
  • Improved symptoms of Lichen Sclerosus

Frequently Asked Question

  • What is the O-Shot?
  • How is the O-Shot done?
  • Why does the O-Shot work?
  • Does the O-Shot hurt?
What is the O-Shot?

The O-shot is a ground-breaking, non-surgical treatment invented by Charles Runels, MD to improve lubrication and sensitivity, ease pain, increase intensity of orgasm and often resolve urinary incontinence.

How is the O-Shot done?

During the procedure, blood is drawn from the patients arm. It is placed in a special tube and spun in a centrifuge. This separates the platelet rich plasma (PRP) from the blood. The doctor then takes the PRP and injects it into the upper wall of the vagina, as well as an injection directly into the clitoris. This delivers more blood flow to the organ.

Why does the O-Shot work?

The PRP that is extracted from the body contains growth factors. These growth factors stimulate regeneration and rejuvenation. This procedure utilizes the body’s own regenerative ability to create new tissue; similar to how the body heals itself when it has an injury.

Does the O-Shot hurt?

These areas are numbed with a local anesthetic cream before injection, causing patients to experience little or no discomfort during the procedure.


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