In the world of sexual function, there’s no shortage of products that enhance the male’s experience, often leaving women out in the cold — until now. At Orlando Urogynecology, Dr. Kathy Y. Jones offers the O-shot and the G-shot, both of which lead to better overall sexual experiences for women in the Orlando, Florida area. You can learn how the O-shot or G-shot can improve your sex life by calling the office or use the online booking tool to schedule an appointment.
While your body builds up to orgasm, blood floods your vagina and clitoris, and your vaginal walls produce more lubrication. Your vaginal walls also tighten near the opening and widen inside. All of these actions create nerve and muscle tension, which builds up to a final release.
The actual orgasm occurs when your uterus, vagina, and anus contract at 0.8-second intervals.
Of course, that's when everything goes well. More often than not, women don’t receive enough clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, leaving them sexually unfulfilled.
To enhance the sensitivity of your clitoris, allowing you to achieve orgasm more easily, Dr. Jones turns to the O-shot, or orgasm shot.
The O-shot uses platelets extracted from your blood and re-injects them around your clitoris and inside your vagina to stimulate new cell growth. This technique is called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy.
First, Dr. Jones draws your blood and separates out your platelets. Platelets are full of proteins, or growth factors, that stimulate cell growth.
Once they’ve been separated out, Dr. Jones mixes this platelet concentrate back into your plasma and injects the resulting mix into areas where new cell growth leads to more sensitivity and responsiveness.
With the G-shot, Dr. Jones takes a different approach to increasing your sensitivity, paving the way for more sexual pleasure.
A G-shot is made of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance that’s naturally created by your body. This acid is the most common ingredient in cosmetic dermal fillers, typically used to plump lips and eliminate deep creases on your face.
The theory behind using this plumping technique inside your vagina is that the filler creates a broader area of sensitivity. Dr. Jones injects the G-shot along the back of your vaginal wall, which is associated with your “G spot,” making it bigger and more accessible to stimulation.
If, like many women, you’re having trouble achieving sexual pleasure, call Orlando Urogynecology to learn more about the O-shot and G-shot, or use the online booking tool to schedule a consultation.