FACE launched its Feminine Anti-Aging Center of Excellence to offer the largest array of non-invasive options for women’s intimate heath. The Oh-Shot is one of several modalities available to help women’s aging from an intimacy standpoint, as well as help their confidence and relationship. The Oh-Shot is a PRP injection which is nearly painless technique that helps women improve their sexual health and orgasm response with a single, simple treatment. The Oh-Shot can also help improve symptoms of urinary incontinence. The easy in-office procedure is safe, virtually painless, and only takes minutes.
Q: What Is an Oh-Shot?
A: The Oh-Shot PRP injection is a nearly painless technique that helps women improve their sexual health and orgasm response with a single, simple treatment. The Oh-Shot can also help improve symptoms of urinary incontinence. The easy in-office procedure is safe and virtually painless.
Q: What is the difference between the Oh-Shot and the O-Shot?
A: We use our unique Oh-Shot is a more advanced method as we are not just using any PRP method, but are using more advanced PRFM (Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix) by Selphyl®, which keeps the platelets more stable, it lasts longer, and is a more safe separation method of the plasma from the white and red blood cells.
Q: What Happens During an Oh-Shot Treatment?
A: Preparation is done with a simple blood draw, then using a centrifuge to isolate platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which takes only about 10 minutes. While the blood is processing, our nurse will apply numbing to the injection site, then use a very thin needle to inject the PRP into the clitoris and upper vagina of which is done in just minutes.
Q: Is the Oh-Shot Safe?
A: No side effects have been reported from procedures that involve injecting a person’s own PRP back into their body. However, Oh-Shot should not be used on patients who are pregnant, nursing, trying to get pregnant, have an active infection, have experienced hypersensitivity in the past or those who have severe allergies. Women who are experiencing any vaginal health issues should wait until they are resolved before getting the Oh-Shot. After treatment, some women experience mild soreness that lasts less than 24 hours. As with any injection, there may be a tiny amount of bleeding following the injection in rare cases. However, you can return to work, exercise and do any other activity you wish on the same day, including sexual activity.
Q: What Results Can I Expect Following the Oh-Shot?
A: For most women, the change is noticeable almost immediately. Women of all ages report an increased sensitivity of the clitoris and G-spot area resulting in stronger orgasms and multiple orgasms even when they have not experienced them before. The full effects may not be seen for up to three to four weeks after treatment. In rare cases, there may not be any noticeable effect, but the Oh-Shot can be repeated after eight weeks for women who want to see better results or boost the satisfactory effects of their first shot.
Q: Does the Oh-Shot Hurt?
A: Treatment areas are numbed with a topical cream for maximum comfort, so most patients report no discomfort or pain. A small percentage of women report a pinching or stinging sensation. Patients can resume regular physical exercise immediately and sexual activity 24 hours after treatment.
Q: How Long Do the Effects of the Oh-Shot Last?
A: The Oh-Shot lasts up to three years or longer in some women. However, on average, women choose to repeat the procedure every 18 months to maintain their results.
Q: Can I Repeat Oh-Shot Treatment?
A: The majority of women have improved sexual function and sexual satisfaction after one Oh-Shot, but additional treatments have been found to provide additional benefits for many women. Some women choose to have ongoing maintenance treatments to tweak or renew their results. A second Oh-Shot can be administered after eight weeks.
Q: Is the Procedure FDA Approved?
A: PRP is a well-documented and accepted procedure used to improve healing, rejuvenation and regeneration after injuries or procedures. While the FDA has approved the PRP harvesting methods, PRP procedures are not required to be approved or disapproved by the FDA because PRP is not considered to be a drug using your own blood.