The O-Shot is a nonsurgical way to treat low sexual desire, urinary leakage, and Lichen Sclerosus.
In less than an hour, this painless procedure includes a simple blood draw to extract platelet-rich plasma from the blood, which is then injected into numbed areas near the clitoris and upper vagina. There is no recovery time and results are immediate in some women.
In a recent study, researchers determined that most women suffering with Lichen Sclerosus showed improvement when treated with the O-Shot procedure. Women with Lichen Sclerosus reported statistically significant improvement in symptoms and pathologists observed a decrease in inflammation. In addition, 95% of women who have the O-Shot experience resolution of urinary incontinence, increased sensitivity and better, healthier sex.
If you suffer from urinary accidents when you jump, laugh or cough, have low sexual desire or Lichen Sclerosus, request an appointment to talk to your physician about the O-Shot and whether it may be the right treatment for you.