The O-Shot™ and P-Shot™ are revolutionary procedures that enhance sexual function in men and women. The treatments are quick, safe, and non-surgical procedures that use the patient’s own blood platelets to activate growth factors that rejuvenate sexual function.

Everything You Need to Know About the O-Shot™ and P-Shot™

1. Does the P-Shot Really Reverse Erectile Dysfunction and O-Shot Increase Orgasm Intensity for Women?

The O-Shot™ or Orgasm Shot is the sexual dysfunction treatment offered to women to significantly increase the intensity of orgasms and amount of natural lubrication. The P-Shot™ or Priapus Shot is the treatment for men that stimulates blood vessel growth for a LONG TERM solution for blood circulation.

Growth Factors Definition: (for sexual function) substances that bring in new blood vessels and stem cells to the sex organ to enhance sensitivity and promote cellular regeneration

2. How Does The O-Shot™ and P-Shot™ Work?

The O-Shot™ and P-Shot™ use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) drawn from the patient’s own blood.

The blood goes through two stages of centrifugation wherein the platelet-poor plasma and red blood cells are separated from the needed platelet-rich plasma.

The PRP, which contains a high concentration of bioactive proteins, triggers the release of growth factors that activate stem cells. The stem cells, in turn, encourage cellular regeneration and speed up tissue repair.

3. What Happens During My Appointment?

It’s a relatively quick procedure and it only involves a few steps:

• A medical professional draws your blood.
• A medical professional extracts the PRP from the blood.
• A doctor applies local anesthetic cream to the penis or vagina and injects the PRP into the body part’s most responsive areas for arousal — usually, near the clitoris and on the upper part of the vagina, among women, and the penis, among men.

4. Is the O-Shot™ or P-Shot™ Safe?

Since the PRP is extracted from the patient’s own blood, it alleviates the risk of:

• Allergic reactions
• Rejection
• Skin sensitivity

Unlike many of the other solutions for sexual dysfunction, the O-Shot™ and P-Shot™ do not have side effects such as an increased risk for strokes, headaches, heart attacks, or erections that may last for hours.

PRP has been used in the fields of wound healing, dentistry, and sports injuries. It has now evolved to address aesthetic concerns and physiological dysfunctions. PRP is one of the most advanced, effective, and natural treatments for cellular rejuvenation throughout the body.

5. Does the Procedure Hurt?

Patients experience little to no pain. A medical professional will apply local anesthetic cream on the area and wait for it to take effect before administering the injections.

6. How Long Does Each Shot Last?

The effects of the shots typically last up to one year.

7. Will There Be Any Restrictions or Downtime After Each Shot?

You can be sexually active post procedure since there is no downtime after the procedure.

8. Are the O-Shot™ or P-Shot™ Covered by Health Insurance?

No. The O-Shot™ or P-Shot™ are considered as elective procedures and are not covered by most health insurance providers.

9. Where can I get O-Shot™ or P-Shot™?

You can seek an expert for O-Shot™ or P-Shot™, or talk to your primary care physician to point you in the right direction. Our trained and experienced medical professionals at Las Vegas Aesthetics Med Spa can treat patients in Las Vegas, Nevada, but we welcome clients from around the world. All treatments and procedures are exclusively performed OR supervised by Thomas Pulice, PA-C himself.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment for O-Shot™ or P-Shot™ evaluation and treatment call Las Vegas Aesthetics at 702.664.1300.

The human body has a remarkable capacity to heal itself. So, instead of considering surgery as your first solution to treat sexual dysfunction, why not try to harness the body’s innate healing ability?

Is this something you’re interested in? Get in touch with our trusted doctors today!

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