For most women who experience sexual dysfunction – but even for those
who have no problems at all – the answer is yes. Is there a treatment that can
lead to the desired result by using the woman’s own blood?
The answer is not yet clear, as sexual dysfunction is multifaceted and
is often the result of individualized environmental, cultural and psychological
constraints. In recent years, however, topical injection of autologous
platelets into the clitoris, labia minora and G-spot, which is known as the
orgasm shot (O-Shot), has gradually became popular in female population that
seeks practical solutions.
O-Shot uses PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
which contains healing proteins (growth factors) to stimulate the growth of new
blood vessels and nerve endings by increasing arousal and perspiration.
Dr. Charles Runels, the pioneer of
this treatment method, states that the injection of growth factors stimulates
stem cells, increases collagen production and perspiration, leading to orgasms
and sexual experience of better quality in the women he studied.
However, results may vary among patients, according to Dr. Charles
Runels. For example, certain parameters such as age, coexisting chronic medical
conditions and hormonal disorders may affect efficacy.
Women reported several positive results from this treatment, such as:
• Increased sexual arousal, especially clitoral
• Alterations in the texture of the skin of the external genitalia
• Intense and more frequent orgasms
• Improved urinary incontinence
• Elimination of dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
• Increased natural lubrication
• Increased ability for vaginal orgasm
This method can be applied only by specially
trained physicians. Dr. Melina Stasinou is the official provider in Greece, registered
as a member in the official list (a list of
“certified” providers by Dr. Runels) and in the corresponding American Research Team (https://cellularmedicineassociation.org/).
The autologous plasma infusion is applied after smearing the area of
the external genitalia with anesthetic cream and after centrifugation of the
peripheral blood of the woman, which is collected during a simple blood draw at
an outpatient level.
The procedure is almost painless and allows for a smooth return to daily
activities and even sexual intercourse on the same day a few hours later. There
may be some local tenderness, which usually subsides in 1-2 days.
Approximately 3 weeks after the
infusion, new tissue begins to grow and continues for the next 9 weeks.
Regeneration continues for a maximum of 3 months after treatment and the
results last for a year.
If you are among those women who are worried about losing sexual desire
and arousal or experiencing decreased vaginal sensitivity, the Orgasm Shot may
be just what you need.
Contact the official O-shot provider in Greece and specialized obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Melina Stasinou, for a
personalized diagnosis and discuss whether or not this is the appropriate
treatment for your problem.