Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and couples are looking for ways to spice it up in the bedroom. The Wright Center For Women’s Health has some tips you can follow to make preparation for the holiday of love easier.
The O-Shot is one of our most requested procedures. This female sexual enhancement is great for women who are experiencing low libido or poor sexual satisfaction, and they’re looking to spark up their sex life. The O-Shot is a simple blood draw, using Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP, and growth factors from your blood, which is then injected near the clitoris and vagina. Learn more about the O-Shot and if it’s the procedure for you here.
Vampire Wing Lift
The Vampire Wing Lift is great for our guests who may be older in their years and wanting to experience a rejuvenated sex life. Similar to the Vampire Breast Lift and Facial, the Wing Lift is a cosmetic procedure that focuses on the labia(wings) and “lifts” them back to the natural shape and look from a woman’s younger years. While this procedure isn’t for everyone, candidates for this elective surgery are usually middle-aged to older women, pre or post-menopause who wish to revitalize the look of their labia. Learn more about the Vampire Wing Lift and why it might be for you here.
Before Valentine’s Day is here, make sure you have the contraception and protection you need. If you’re trying to conceive, obviously you won’t be needing protection, however, that’s not the goal of many on Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re taking Birth Control Pills or the patch, using an IUD or a ring, it’s important to make sure it’s checked and ready to go right before the big day! The Wright Center For Women’s Health can help you decide which form of contraception is right for you if you’re not already using some and we can help ensure it’s being used properly.
If you’ve recently started seeing your partner, it’s important to make sure you’ve both been tested for any STDs or STIs. It’s important to talk with your significant other to find out if they’ve been in any relationships where they might have contracted a sexually transmitted disease or infection. Condoms are always encouraged to reduce the risk of STD transmission.
At The Wright Center, we recommend having an STD screening done if you have a new sexual partner, you’re having unprotected sex, engaging in high-risk behavior with multiple partners, or experiencing symptoms. If an STD or STI has been detected, we’ll take the proper treatment route at The Wright Center, and help you navigate your sex life better.
Make Sure You’re on the Same Page
Last but not least, before you engage in any Valentine’s Day activities, it’s best to make sure your partner and you are on the same page. Whether you’re using accessories, like toys and lingerie in the bedroom to keeping it casual and seeing where the night takes you, it’s important to make sure everyone has the same expectations and you know each other’s limits. The Wright Center For Women’s Health can help you prepare for Valentine’s Day! Schedule your appointment today!