O-Shot ® (Orgasm Shot®)
What is O-Shot®?
It is a non-surgical procedure that utilizes a woman’s own PRP (Plasma Rich Platelets), which are injected into an O-Spot area– a collection of structures that activate the Orgasm System. Growth Factors (GF) and Stem Cells derived from a woman’s own PRP stimulate vaginal, clitoral, and urethral rejuvenation to improve that area’s health.
The O-Shot® (Orgasm Shot®) procedure is a specific way of injecting PRP to rejuvenate the vaginal area to help with urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction. The name is protected by US Patent & Trademark law, and only physicians who are members of the O-Shot® group are licensed to use the term.
What Women Say after O-Shot®
Results May Vary
- Decreased urinary incontinence
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Greater arousal from vaginal stimulation
- A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
- A tighter vagina
- More frequent orgasm
- Stronger orgasm
- Increased sexual desire
- Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
- High ability to have a clitoral orgasm
- Increased natural lubrication
- Younger, smoother skin of the vulva
- Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
- Stress urinary incontinence
- Urgent urinary incontinence
- Dryness resulting in painful intercourse
- Decreased libido (sex drive)
- Decreased ability to orgasm
- Postpartum fecal incontinence
- Chronic interstitial cystitis
- Chronic pain from trauma (like episiotomy scar from childbirth)
- Chronic pain from mesh
- Lichen sclerosis
- Lichen planus
O-Shot® Procedure Description:
Potent numbing cream is applied to the external genital area and the arm. The blood is drawn from the arm, just as it would be for a routine blood test. Then using a centrifuge and FDA-approved kit, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is isolated. Calcium chloride is added to PRP, which triggers the platelets to release different growth factors (GF) that trigger our stem cells to grow new and younger tissue. The PRP is injected into an O Spot area, a collection of structures that activate the orgasm system. The whole process takes about 30 minutes, and the actual injection process takes less than 10 minutes.
What is PRP, and is it safe?
Why choose Dr. Hong Davis to give O-Shot®
- Dr. Davis was an OBGYN for seven years in China (treated thousands of OBGYN patients) and has been a family doctor in the US since 1999.
- Dr. Davis has a passion for performing procedures that may help solve patients’ problems promptly, and she excels at performing those procedures.
- Dr. Davis has been practicing Antiaging medicine/Functional medicine since 2004, studying and updating new and innovative methods to help solve patients’ problems, always striving to help patients achieve optimal health.
- Dr. Davis has been counseling and treating many patients, women, and men, regarding sexual function. Sex is not just about having fun; it is about HAPPINESS, CREATIVITY, HEALTH, and FAMILY.
- Dr. Davis has had O-Shot® by the inventor physician Dr. Charles Runels and has experienced all the results listed in “What Women Say after the O-Shot®” except for the last point since she did not have the problem prior. And Dr. Davis is planning to have another O-Shot® in January since she experienced such good results. (Knowing does not change lives. Doing something different changes lives. )
- As a physician, Dr. Davis strongly believes in helping women have healthier and more enjoyable sex by optimizing their hormones and improving the Female Orgasm System (Please read “Active the Female Orgasm System by Charles Runels, MD, inventor of the O-Shot® procedure).
Most Common Questions:
At what age can a patient have this procedure?
If a patient has urine incontinence severe enough to affect her social function or hygiene, we will treat the patient at 14 years old.
Does the procedure hurt?
Vital topic numbing cream and ice is applied to the area. Patients usually experience zero to minimal pain and can go to work or exercise right after the procedure.
My GYN told me I need surgery to fix my prolapses. Can I do this procedure instead?
If your GYN tells you that you need surgery, you can do this procedure after the surgery, which may help decrease surgical scar formation and help revive some tissue function.
Will my insurance cover the procedure?
Insurances do not cover the procedure.
Some Facts about Women
- 5 Sex problems which most regular Doctors stay silent about…(Remember, better sex leads to more energy, more creativity, increased confidence, less depression, and improved overall health)
-Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (usually but not always accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder) around 5% of women want to have sex but have difficulty finding the pleasure of arousal.
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (low desire) is not counted as a disorder unless it disrupts the woman’s life—around 10% incidence.
-Female Orgasmic Disorder, around 5% of women can become aroused but have much difficulty achieving orgasm.
Dyspareunia is when women suffer from real pain with sex due to decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm. The shocking statistics of 10-20% incidence comes from Obstetrics & Gynecology in April 2011.
-Genital Mismatch can contribute to both Female Orgasmic Disorder and Dyspareunia.
- Research shows that only about 14% of women ever talk to any of their physicians about sex (in my practice, it is about 90%). According to Practice Bulletin in Obstetrics and Gynecology (April 2011), the reason may be that there are few proven treatment options. Both physician and patient would be discouraged by discussing a problem for which there is no proven solution-so. Most of the doctors do not ask.
- Urinary incontinence: formal definition by International Continence Society “Involuntary loss of urine that is either a social or a hygiene problem and is objectively demonstrable.” In other words, when leaking urine either embarrasses you or causes problems with hygiene, then you’ve got urinary incontinence.
-The risk factors: being a woman, childbirth, persistent cough, aging, obesity, and smoke.
-5 %( 1 out of 20) of women age 20-29 have urinary incontinence severe enough to bother them. The percentage increases as women age.
-Conventional ways to treat urinary incontinence other than O Shot®:
——go to the bathroom more frequently, a schedule which is not always possible
——stay semi-dehydrated. Still, staying hydrated helps one stay mentally clear, maintain good digestive function, have proper suppression of appetite, prevent urinary tract infection, and is essential for one’s overall health.
——Kegel exercise can improve but not the cure.
——weight loss, can help but it is a problematic solution and not that helpful for most people
——anticholinergic medications cause dry mouth, constipation, dizziness, and fall, interfere with one’s ability to think and memory, may tip the elderly into dementia
——surgery, slings, and meshes, which are needed for some people
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