Beyond Orgasms: How the O-Shot Benefits Your Health

Beyond Orgasms: How the O-Shot Benefits Your Health

Whether your orgasms have decreased in intensity as you have aged, or whether you’ve never had much luck with the Big O, you don’t have to settle for less in that department anymore. 

The O-Shot® uses your own blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate your vaginal area and restore the health of all of your tissues, including your clitoris. The result is stronger, more intense, easier orgasms. But that’s not all.

At OBGYN Care in Houston, Texas, caring and cutting-edge gynecologist Sharon Smith, MD, recommends the O-Shot for a number of female health issues, including lichen sclerosus, diminished orgasm, and inability to orgasm. 

Following are just a few of the health benefits you can expect with an O-Shot.

The O-Shot reduces stress incontinence

Women often find that they leak urine when they sneeze or cough, especially as they enter perimenopause and menopause. Young women may leak urine if they do high-impact sports that put stress on their bladder. 

This type of incontinence — known as stress incontinence — is the result of weak sphincter or pelvic floor muscles. Your muscles and tissues become laxer with age. Running and jumping can also put tremendous pressure on urogenital tissues, causing leakage.

While doing Kegels may help resolve or reduce stress incontinence by strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, the O-Shot does more. The O-Shot is made up of your own blood, which has been specially processed to separate out your healing platelets and the growth factors they contain.

When Dr. Smith administers an O-Shot to your vaginal area, all of your urogenital tissues get the benefit of those growth factors. Your skin uses the growth factors to produce new collagen and elastin to create stronger, thicker tissues. 

The O-Shot improves lichen sclerosus

If you have a condition called lichen sclerosus, your vulvar skin may be thin, wrinkled, and covered in white spots. Lichen sclerosus breaks down the collagen and elastin proteins in the skin that keep it thick and resilient. 

As your skin quality deteriorates, you may experience itching, painful sex, blisters, and painful urination.

An O-Shot decreases the inflammation and itchiness that accompanies lichen sclerosus. It also helps your skin rebuild itself to be thicker, firmer, and healthier.

The O-Shot relieves a dry or itchy vagina

As you age, hormonal imbalances occur when your estrogen levels dip too low. One of the consequences is that your vaginal walls become thinner and aren’t able to produce sufficient lubrication to keep you comfortable during sex. Your vagina and vulva may be so dry that you develop chronic itchiness, too.

By rebuilding skin and vaginal walls with new collagen and elastin, the O-Shot promotes the production of lubricants. As your vagina rejuvenates, it’s able to stay moist and healthy and to create enough lubricant during sex so that intercourse is pleasurable again.

The O-Shot improves your mood

Orgasms are healthy. They increase the circulation of blood and release endorphins that give you a natural high. Regular orgasms are good for your overall health. The O-Shot makes orgasms easier to achieve and increases their intensity, too.

Experience the health and sexual benefits of the O-Shot yourself by booking your treatment today. Contact our office at OBGYN Care of Houston by phone or online form.

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