Female Sexual Dysfunction & The O-Shot
The Journal of the American Medical Association reports that sexual dysfunction, often considered worse in women than in men, can lead to a lowered sense of well-being that negatively affects the relationships with our sex partners and can contribute to the disintegration of the family. Sexual disorders not only take the fun out of sex, but better sex also leads to greater energy, more creativity, increased confidence, less depression and improved overall health.
Common types of female sexual dysfunction:
- Low desire: Also known as Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) this is not counted as a disorder unless it disrupts the woman’s life. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as 26.7 percent of premenopausal women and 52.4 percent of naturally menopausal women experience HSDD. About 12.5 percent of women who enter surgically induced menopause experience HSDD.
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder: Affecting about one in 20 women, this usually (but not always) accompanies HSDD. Women who experience this may want to have sex, but have much difficulty finding the pleasure of arousal.
- Female Orgasmic Disorder: Again, around one in 20 women can become aroused but have much difficulty with orgasm. This can become so frustrating that some women who experience orgasmic disorder avoid sex altogether.
- Dyspareunia: This condition causes up to 10 percent of women to suffer real physical pain with sex. This pain is not caused by decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm.
Up to 50 percent (or 75 million) of American women report experiencing some level of physical sexual dysfunction. Many more who never report their sexual disorders may be affected. As a result, many learn to tolerate less than optimal sexual activity.
Here’s how it works: The procedure uses the patients’ drawn blood to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. Platelets extracted from the blood, or Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), are then placed in a syringe and injected into an area near the clitoris and an area just inside the vagina — the “o-spot.” Those platelets then stimulate the growth of new cells in the injected areas, making those areas more sensitive to the touch. O-Shot improves orgasm, libido, and arousal.