The O-Shot, also known as the "orgasm shot," is a non-surgical procedure that is designed to enhance sexual pleasure and treat sexual dysfunction in women. The procedure involves injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the clitoris and vaginal walls, which can improve blood flow, sensitivity, and overall sexual function.
During the procedure, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and processed to isolate the platelet-rich plasma. The PRP is then injected into the clitoral and vaginal tissue using a small needle. The procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis and can take less than an hour to complete.
While the O-Shot is generally considered safe, there is limited scientific evidence to support its effectiveness, and the procedure may not be suitable for everyone. Additionally, there is a risk of complications such as bleeding, infection, or allergic reaction to the injection.
It's important to discuss the potential risks and benefits of the O-Shot with a qualified healthcare provider before deciding to undergo the treatment. Additionally, patients should keep in mind that the effects of the treatment are temporary and may only last for several months.