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O-Shot

HERA is excited of provide clients the Orgasm Shot® (O-Shot®) procedure which uses blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate the vagina to help relieve women with urinary incontinence and sex problems.

Why O-Shot®?

 

The O-Shot is a PRP injection administered vaginally and to the clitoris for different sexual problems to enhance or correct inability to achieve orgasm. It also address a variety of other issues caused by childbirth and hormonal changes that occur with aging.

 

Nothing contained on this website is intended to represent a promise, guarantee or warranty that any patient who undergoes the O-Shot® (Orgasm Shot®) will achieve a particular result. Individual results do vary, and no responsibility is assumed for failure to achieve a desired result. With the utilization of this procedure, no promise or representation, guarantee or warranty regarding its use, benefit, or other quality is made. No representations that the use of this procedure or PRP is approved by the FDA or any other agency of the federal or state government is made.

o-shot provider

Mirela Cernaianu, MD

Integrative and Holistic Women’s Health & Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Center located in Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, CA

What is the O-Shot®?

The O-shot is a cutting-edge use of plasma rich protein given via injection to improve women’s sexual function. It can address vaginal atrophy, interstitial cystitis, sexual dysfunction, vulvar lichen sclerosus, and other urologic conditions.

What can it help with?

  • Decreased libido (sex drive)
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Dryness (with resulting painful intercourse) from Menopause or from Breast Cancer Treatment
  • Decreased ability to orgasm
  • Urge urinary incontinence
  • Lichen sclerosus
  • Lichen planus
  • Postpartum fecal incontinence
  • Chronic pain from trauma from child birth (episiotomy scars)
  • Chronic pain from mesh
  • Chronic interstitial cystitis

Results may vary

What are PRP Injections?

 
PRP injections are prepared by drawing your own blood and process it by running through a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the platelet rich plasm, and concentrate the platelets. The activated platelets are then injected directly into injured or diseased body tissue.