What Is Causing Orgasm Problems in Women?
If you look at the available research you will find that about 25% of women have trouble obtaining orgasm or have never experienced it, and even among those who are orgasmic, the frequency is only 50-70% of the time. One study discovered that almost all women do not achieve orgasm during sexual intercourse on a regular basis (and others never do). A woman's sexual desire and ability to attain climax can be hampered by a variety of physiological reasons, including hormone imbalance, low testosterone, drugs such as antidepressants, her anatomy (the distance between the clitoris and the vagina), and, of course, relationship concerns. These might include the partner's lack of attractiveness or insensitivity, as well as poor awareness of the female body and premature ejaculation in the case of a male partner. What worsens the matter is that singular attention on achieving a climax puts a woman under strain, which is incompatible with sexual desire; asking oneself to "just chill" just does not work.
Here are some other factors that cause problems related to orgasms in women.
- Insufficient arousal
- Constant worrying about sexual performance.
- mood disorders, such as depression
- problems with physical health, such as a long-term pain condition like arthritis
- Trauma related to sex earlier in life.
- Compatibility or other issues in the relationship
- hormonal changes or issues, such as the menopause
- Medications such as the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) type of antidepressants
- having previous gynecological surgery, such as a hysterectomy
- Vascular or neurological conditions, such as heart disease or multiple sclerosis
A Highly Effective O-Shot®
The O-Shot® is a groundbreaking solution for improving female sexual functionality. As there is no surgery required because the entire procedure involves using needles, you do not need to worry about a highly invasive treatment. All it takes is a blood sample extraction which is fairly easy for most of us. In most cases there are no side effects involved and you are immediately eligible to carry out your routine tasks.
The O-Shot® which is essentially manufactured by your body is used for revitalizing your clitoris and vaginal walls and their respective functions. The urologist will extract a platelet-rich plasma from your own blood which will become the primary ingredient for catalyzing cellular growth in your vagina area.
Are there any Benefits of the O-Shot®?
Here are some common benefits of getting an O-shot administered:
- You will experience an increased lubrication in your vagina.
- You will be sensitive towards sexual stimulation.
- You will experience increased stamina.
- There is a possibility of increased frequency of orgasms as the vaginal opening will be tighter.
- An increment in your sexual desire
- A reduction in symptoms of urinary incontinence (if you are already experiencing it)
What Is the O-Shot® Procedure?
The O-Shot® is a 5-step procedure that takes 30 minutes give or take 5 in most cases. The steps are outlined below:
- Your arm is pricked to get a blood sample.
- The blood sample is placed in an FDA-approved centrifuge apparatus. The gadget separates platelet-rich plasma from blood and isolates it.
- The plasma is transformed into a more potent form known as a platelet-rich fibrin matrix.
- Your clitoris and vagina are anesthetized by the urologist.
- The fibrin matrix rich in platelets is injected into your clitoris and vagina.
The vaginal walls begin their repair work as soon as this elixir is introduced in the system.
When Can I See My O-Shot® Results?
The initial O-Shot® effects should be seen a few days after the injections. Your body needs some time to activate stem cells to renew and repair vaginal tissues. After around four months, the full results are felt.
If you want to keep your improved sexual health, you must continue receiving O-Shot® injections every four months. Dr. Gousse will advise you on the exact timing based on your specific needs.
Get started with scheduling your O-Shot® Consultation!
Gousse Urology is now accepting new female patients who are interested in the O-Shot® injection therapy. You may schedule a consultation with Dr. Gousse by contacting our office at (954) 362-2720. We have offices in Miami and other cities around South Florida.
What is the initial process for getting an O-Shot® like?
Dr. Angelo Gousse will conduct a thorough medical evaluation to assess whether O-Shot® or another treatment would be appropriate for improving your sexual desire and general sexual health. Unless they have a urologic illness or damage in the vaginal region, most female patients will be eligible for the O-Shot®.
Can I pay for the procedure using my health insurance?
Unfortunately, most health insurance companies consider the O-Shot® to be an elective operation. As a result, you will be unable to utilize your health insurance to offset the costs. Don't worry, we provide economical O-Shot® solutions without the requirement for insurance.
How often do I need to get the O-Shot®?
Every 4 to 6 months, you should obtain at least one O-Shot® injection. The time between doses may vary based on the patient's current health and the amount of efficacy of the injection.
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