PRP Treatment For Women
The Woman’s Shot is a specific way of utilizing the blood-derived growth factors found in Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), harvested from a patient’s blood and injected into the vagina, where the G-spot lies. This treatment is great for treating urinary Stress Incontinence (unintentional urination that can occur during physical activity or sneezing). The Woman’s Shot is also designed for women who simply would like to reach vaginal orgasms faster, more intensely and multiple times in one session! If you only had orgasms from the clitoris, you may now be able to reach vaginal orgasms.
How is that possible?
We inject PRP exactly where there is the blood supply and nerves to the G-spot. The spot grows in size and nerves multiply. In turns, the G-spot becomes easier to reach and delivers more sensations. This precise anatomical area happens to be where the surrounding urethra is loosened after giving birth, thus responsible for urinary incontinence.
The Woman’s Shot: Our Procedure
Upon registration, a questionnaire will be sent to you to determine if you are a candidate. The doctor will review all the pertinent health information pertaining to your case.
The procedure takes approximately 5 minutes, but we allow 60 minutes for the consultation, consent and harvesting the PRP.
First, a numbing cream is applied to the vagina to help numb the area. Blood is then drawn from the arm and using a proprietary technique, the growth factors in PRP are extracted from that blood sample.
The PRP is then injected into an area near the clitoris and into the area of the upper vagina that is most important for the sexual response. Once the PRP is injected into key areas, the regenerative cells begin to rejuvenate the vaginal tissue.
Because these areas have been numbed with a local anesthetic cream, patients experience little or no discomfort during the procedure. Many women experience an improvement in their urinary stress incontinence almost immediately.
Some will have an immediate transient increased size in their G-spot and ability to reach intense and repetitive orgasms for a few days until the initial boost subside. A more definitive improvement in sexual function may take 4 to 12 weeks (for the growth factors in the PRP to stimulate increased blood supply and nerve endings around your G-spot.)
Who can benefit from this treatment?
The Woman’s Shot could also help women who are suffering from:
- Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (low desire)
- Female Orgasmic Disorder (Difficulty reaching orgasm)
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Difficulty becoming aroused)
- Dyspareunia (Painful sex)
- Vulvodynia such as lichen planus
Why not opt for more traditional medicine?
Typical medication stimulates the overlying muscles to contract, at the cost of systemic side effects.
Typical surgeries are designed to tighten the area mechanically.
These options are much riskier and do not come with the happy side effects of an improved sex life.
- Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
- Increased sexual desire
- Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
- Decreased urinary incontinence
- A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
- Increase natural lubrication
Results may last indefinitely, but some people may require additional interventions.
- Temporary skin reactions such as redness
- Bruising at the site of injection
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Woman Shot treat urinary incontinence?
Many women report significant improvement in stress and urge incontinence. There are also many reports of total resolution of the problem. Strengthening the pelvic floor musculature in conjunction with PRP can significantly impact urinary incontinence. We recommend using the INTENSITY vaginal device (protocol) for the best-combined outcome in conjunction with the Woman-Shot.
Is the procedure painful?
Most women are quite comfortable during the procedure. The discomfort is often described as a mild pinch. The numbing feeling may last 30-60 minutes after the procedure.
Are there side-effects of downtime?
There are typically no side effects or downtime. There may be a few drops of blood from the injection site. You can return to work, exercise and any other activity the same day (including sexual activity).
Will I need a second treatment?
Some women choose to have a second Woman’s Shot for various reasons. You may have a second treatment after three months.
Are there any guarantees?
This is an elective procedure and there are no guarantees that you will achieve the desired results. There are no guarantees nor refunds.
Can I have the procedure done if I am pregnant?
NO — we do not do any procedures on women who are pregnant.