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Intimate PRP
(including OShot)

Up to half of females experience low sexual desire and many others experience issues with arousal, lubrication and orgasm.

The Intimate PRP injection uses platelet-rich plasma that contains growth factors from your own blood, injecting into the vulva, clitoris and vagina, improving various aspects of sexual function.

What is an Intimate PRP Injection?

It is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure that can help improve a woman’s sexual desire and orgasm, decrease urinary incontinence and treat a chronic skin condition called lichen sclerosus.  The PRP injected into the clitoris and vaginal wall increases blood flow, nerve sensitivity and collagen formation in the area, helping to treat various conditions.

What are the benefits of an Intimate PRP Injection?

This injection can increase a woman’s sexual desire and arousal, as well as improve the number and/or quality of her orgasms.

In addition, this procedure can help with:

  • Leaking urine

  • Painful sex

  • Vaginal dryness

  • Decrease symptoms and long-term consequences of lichen sclerosus


How is it performed?

Blood is drawn from the patient and then using a special process the red blood cells are removed, leaving the plasma which is full of growth factors. Numbing cream is then placed onto the areas that will be injected, and a lidocaine injection is performed to ensure there is minimal to no discomfort during the procedure. The PRP is then injected into the clitoris and vaginal wall. The procedure takes less than an hour.

What are the risks?

Some women experience spotting from the location of the injections, as well as temporary soreness. Infection or significant bleeding is unlikely. While most women tolerate the procedure well, there are reports of women with prolonged numbness of the clitoris or hypersexuality after the procedure. If this happens, it typically will resolve within the first few days. If you experience any unexpected symptoms, such as significant pain, issues with urination or heavy bleeding, please contact our office immediately.


What is the recovery?

There is no downtime after the procedure, you can immediately resume all physical activity and even intercourse that same day. You may feel some mild irritation or tingling in the first 24-48 hours after injection. Many women feel the effect within a couple days, however, the full effect of the injection is typically reached around 3-4 weeks after the procedure. Depending on the reason for the injection, the results can last for more than a year with a single injection. Women with lichen sclerosus will often need additional treatments to continue its benefits.

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