Orgasm is a sensation of intense sexual pleasure that occurs during sexual activity. Unfortunately, about one in three women have difficulty reaching climax during intercourse.
Currently, there are not many products on the pharmaceutical market or medical or surgical techniques designed to improve women’s sexual satisfaction.
However, more than 150 specialists in Gynecology around the world already perform the O-Shot or Orgasm Shot, a non-surgical procedure that manages to treat female sexual dysfunction, improving the sensitivity of the clitoris and vagina in a natural way, and helps to reach orgasm more easily.
Mechanism of action: improvement of clitoral sensitivity.
This minimally invasive procedure uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) extracted from women’s own blood to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation.
The platelets extracted from the blood are placed in a syringe and injected in a precise and controlled manner into the clitoris and a specific area within the vagina. These platelets stimulate the growth of new cells, along with new vascularization and new nerve endings in the injected areas, making them more sensitive to touch.
Results: recovery of sexual arousal
The response to climax is immediate and prolonged: the O-Shot improves orgasm, libido and sexual arousal.
For some women, topical testosterone treatments or some oral medications can be helpful, but they can produce side effects and are not very effective. The O-Shot is the answer to a problem that affects many women, especially those who experience sexual dysfunction after giving birth or at the onset of menopause.