Have Better Orgasms With The O-Shot

Whether you have a low libido, or you’re looking to spice it up in the bedroom, The Wright Center For Women’s Health can help you improve your sexual satisfaction with services like the O-Shot to help you have a better orgasm.

What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot starts with a blood draw where platelets are then separated and concentrated. The Platelet Rich Plasma contains growth factors removed from your blood and is essentially injected into an area near the clitoris and into an area of the upper vagina, which is commonly referred to as the O-Spot, an important place for sexual response.

Before the shot is given, we numb the area with a local anesthetic cream, so our guests experience little to no discomfort. The Orgasm Shot has been in women’s medicine for years, Dr. Wright is one of the few physicians specially trained and certified to perform this procedure that can help improve sexual function.

One treatment can last up to six months, but additional procedures will only improve results. We recommend this procedure to women who suffer from low libido, sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence, or other common gynecological annoyances.

How Long Do I Have to Wait Before Having Sex

While we recommend waiting a few days before having sex again after the O-Shot, some of our guests have engaged in sexual activity the same day as the procedure. You can have sex right away, however, you likely won’t experience peak results until four weeks after the procedure.

Benefits From the O-Shot

The O-shot will help with more stronger and frequent orgasms, and provide improved lubrication for your partner. Past guests have noted that their partner has been able to thrust and penetrate deeper into their bodies. Your partner will be happier and surprised overall by your performance in the bedroom.

Schedule an appointment with The Wright Center For Women’s Health to discuss the O-Shot today!

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