If you are a woman experiencing sexual dysfunction or urinary incontinence, you are not alone. Aging and pregnancies can cause vaginal changes that result in reduced interest in sex, sensation, and satisfaction. Finally, there is a non-surgical way to treat these frustrating problems that is both safe and impressively effective. O-Shot® injections can give you greater intimate confidence and restore your ability to fully enjoy sex.

The O-Shot® was developed by Dr. Charles Runnels, who also created the Vampire Facial. Both procedures use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate the body’s natural cell renewal process. Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez trained with Dr. Runnels himself in order to offer this revolutionary procedure to her patients at Eterna Cosmetic Surgery here in San Antonio.

More than 40% of women in the US report some sort of sexual health problems, and 18% say they suffer from stress or urge urinary incontinence. You don’t have to be one of them. The O-Shot® is specifically designed to help:  

  • Increase libido
  • Increase clitoral stimulation
  • Reduce or eliminate pain during sex
  • Increase feeling of tightness in the vaginal canal 
  • Reduce feeling of over-tightness caused by vaginismus  
  • Increase ability to orgasm and/or number and intensity of orgasms
  • Reduce or eliminate overactive bladder and/or urinary incontinence
  • Rejuvenate external appearance

The O-Shot® can benefit almost any woman. It is an entirely natural treatment, because the platelet-rich plasma that is injected is derived from your own blood. Platelets are the elements in blood that contain growth factors which stimulate production of new cells and blood vessels. Because PRP is made from each patient’s blood, there is no risk of allergic reaction or rejection.

What happens during the O-Shot® procedure?

This is an in-office treatment that takes about 30 minutes, most of which is devoted to numbing the treatment area. Dr. Hernandez uses a local anesthetic and sometimes ice to do that. While that is working, she takes a small blood sample and spins it in a centrifuge, separating the plasma to create the PRP. She then performs two injections, one in the clitoris and one in the Grafenburg (G) Spot, the erotic zone located within the vagina near the urethra.

What happens after the O-Shot® procedure?

There is no downtime required following treatment, and you should not experience any pain. You may resume sexual activity after four hours. To maintain optimal results, Dr. Hernandez recommends repeating treatment annually.  

Don’t wait any longer!

What woman wouldn’t want to alleviate frustrating, even painful, problems that interfere with sexual fulfillment or cause urinary incontinence? Now you can, thanks to the O-Shot®. Learn more about how this procedure might change your life by scheduling a personal consultation with Dr. Hernandez today.