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O-Shot Treatment for Female Urinary Incontinence

Does physical stress like coughing or exercising release uncontrollable urine flow? Is painful, frustrating sex disrupting your relationship? The O-shot (orgasm shot) may help you regain urinary control and spice up your sex life.

This non-surgical regenerative injection may stimulate the growth of new vaginal tissue and increase vaginal sensitivity. This is an inpatient procedure, so there's minimal downtime and no staying overnight in the hospital.

Urinary incontinence or reduced vaginal sensation doesn't have to control your life. To explore how the O-shot can help revitalize your sexual enjoyment and power and minimize or eliminate your urinary incontinence, call Novus Anti-Aging Center and speak with our compassionate and discreet specialists today at (310) 954-1450 or contact us here.

What causes urinary incontinence and low libido in women?

If you're experiencing urinary incontinence, you aren't alone. Millions of women experience this condition at some point in their lives, especially during or after pregnancy or menopause. Because of aging or the structure of your urinary tract, the muscles and nerves that help hold and release urine, especially while running, exercising, coughing, or doing other physical activities become strained. This is called stress incontinence. Women experience incontinence twice as often as males do, especially women nearing menopause age.

Low libido can occur for a wide variety of reasons, both physical and emotional.

Physical causes include:

  • painful sex: if you experience pain during sex, you'll naturally want to avoid it
  • illness: arthritis, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and neurological conditions can impact sex drive
  • medications: some prescription drugs, like antidepressants, are known to cause a low sex drive
  • lifestyle: overconsuming alcohol or using illicit drugs like heroin, cocaine, or methamphetamines long-term can lower your sex drive; research regarding marijuana's effect on sex drive is still inconclusive
  • surgery: procedures related to breasts or genitals can affect anatomy or body image, reducing sexual desires
  • fatigue: exhaustion caused by work, family, parenthood, a chronic medical condition, or other factors can lower your sex drive
  • hormonal changes: menopause, pregnancy, and breastfeeding can alter your hormone levels, negatively affecting your sex drive

Emotional causes include:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • negative body image
  • low self-esteem
  • history of physical or sexual abuse
  • previous negative sexual experiences, especially with the same partner
  • lack of or lost emotional bond with or trust of partner
  • insufficient, unsatisfying, or non-existent kissing, touching, or foreplay
  • unresolved conflicts, offenses, or ongoing fights
  • poor communication of sexual needs and preferences

Novus now proudly offers the O-shot, a breakthrough treatment for stress incontinence and low libido. This advanced therapy is designed to reduce or eliminate urinary incontinence and address low libido without the need for risky surgeries or expensive medications.

What is the O-shot?

The O-shot is one of the most advanced medical therapies available. It infuses your vaginal muscles and clitoris with platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a special serum produced from your own blood sample.

Platelet-rich plasma contains many more platelets than typically found in blood. Platelet concentration also contains special proteins called growth factors. To create PRP, a skilled Novus technician will draw sample of your blood and separate it from the platelets in a centrifuge.

Concentrations can contain up to ten times more growth factors than in typical blood samples, so they may promote soft tissue cell regeneration and control inflammation, strengthening your vaginal muscles and increasing your vaginal and clitoral sensitivity.

The platelet and growth factor serum are placed into a syringe. Then, guided by state-of-the-art ultrasound imaging, your Novus provider will inject the O-shot into your vaginal muscles and clitoris. The goal is to stimulate strong, healthy new tissue growth in the area surrounding your urethra (the tube responsible for draining urine from your bladder) and increase your vaginal and clitoral sensitivity, heightening your sexual enjoyment, combating dryness, and increasing your sexual desire.

PRP contains many beneficial cells, such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), fibroblast growth factor (EGF), transforming growth factor-beta 1 (TGF-β1) hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), and insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1). Studies show that PRP's powerful regenerative properties may also improve your nerve and vascular function.

The injection process takes about 30 minutes, with virtually no required downtime. You should see results within 1-3 weeks. The effects may last up to a year.

What are the benefits of the O-shot?

Some of the best advantages include:

  • high success rate: most patients report positive, long-term effects
  • fast application: from blood draw to completion, the P-shot takes about an hour
  • near immediate effects: no long-term waiting for results
  • low risk: no risk of a negative reaction to serum taken from your own blood
  • simple in-office procedure: no hospital stay, general anesthesia, or long recovery time

What results can I expect from my O-shot?

The O-shot is designed to give you stronger control over your urinary functions and heightened vaginal and clitoral sensitivity. Many patients also report an increased sexual desire, greater body image and self-esteem, and noticeably reduced pain during sex.

In one recent O-shot study noted in the Journal of Women's Healthcare, 94% of female participants were satisfied with the increases to their sex drive, while over 90% reported satisfaction with the results involving their urinary stress incontinence.1

Some patients see quick results within a day or two, but it may take weeks before you gain the treatment's full benefit, which may last several months or up to a year. Some patients report the O-shot effects are permanent.

As with any medical treatment, results will vary from patient to patient, depending on age, genetics, environmental conditions, and other health factors.

What are the potential side risks and side effects?

While most patients experience mild or no side effects, any injection procedure may produce these side effects:

  • bruising, swelling, tenderness, pain, or redness at the blood draw site
  • bruising, swelling, tenderness, pain, or redness at the injection sites
  • slight burning or discomfort in the vaginal area
  • temporary skin discoloration
  • infection (rare)

These side effects are temporary and should go away within a day or two. Tobacco users may not experience the full range of benefits from the O-shot.

If you experience severe pain, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, infection, or any other concerning side effects, don't wait—contact our medical professionals at Novus or seek emergency medical care right away.

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Whether a result of natural aging or medical issues, urinary stress incontinence or low libido don't have to permanently affect your life or make you give up sexual enjoyment. The O-shot's innovative technology can strengthen your vaginal muscles and power up your vaginal sensations, making you feel more attractive and revitalizing your sexual satisfaction.

Explore how our compassionate and discreet professionals can help you revive your sexual freedom. To speak with an Los Angeles O-shot specialist, call Novus Anti-Aging Center today at (310) 954-1450 or contact us here.

1. Neto, JB. "O-Shot: Platelets Rich Plasma in Intimate Female Treatment." Journal of Women's Health Care, vol. 06, no. 05, ser. 395, 12 Oct. 2017. 395, doi:10.4172/2167-0420.1000395.

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