Women Improve Sex & Cure Urinary Incontinence...
We hate to see women suffer . Let us help you today!
Do you wish there was a nonsurgical way to treat urinary leaks?
Do you wish there was a way to rejuvenate your sex life and your marriage?
Do you suffer with ....
- Accidents when you jump, laugh, or cough
- leaks when you wait too long
- low sex drive
- difficulty being aroused
- painful sex
- vaginal dryness
- lichen sclerosus
Who can get it?
Almost anyone can get an o-shot. Your doctor will help you determine if this is the best procedure for you. Women both on and off hormone replacement therapy can usually benefit from the o-shot procedure.
What are the benefits?
- non surgical
95% experience resolution of urinary incontinence
mesh pain can improve
enjoy sexual relations on the day of the procedure
tighter vaginal skin
almost instantaneous results
fast & relatively painless
better, healthier sex
The o-shot procedure is a quick, usually painless, 20 minutes non-surgical procedure. The o-shot begins with a simple blood draw. Then, using a proprietary technique, platelet rich plasma is extracted from the blood and injected into the numbed area near the clitoris and upper vagina. There is no recovery time and results are almost immediate in some women.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (usually but not always accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder). Women who suffer with this may want to have sex but have much difficulty finding the pleasure of arousal. The 5% incidence doesn't sound like much until you think about it--that's the same as one in 20!
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (Low desire). Remember, that this is not counted a disorder unless it's disrupting the woman's life. Around 10% of women suffer with this problem. Important: Suffering with a sexual disorder does not simply make sex not fun. Better sex leads to more energy, more creativity, increased confidence, less depression, and improved overall health.
Female Orgasmic Disorder: Again around 1 in 20 (or 5%). Here women can become aroused but have much difficulty with orgasm. This can be so frustrating that sex becomes a frustration that they avoid.
Dyspareunia: Here the woman suffers with real pain with sex (not from decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm). The incidence is from around 1 in 10 to 1 in 5 women. (The above shocking statistics came from Obstetrics & Gynecology April 2011)