The O-Shot for Women is PRP, which is injected into the female intimate area.
Savannah Anti- Aging and Rejuvenation Center offers Anti-Aging Solutions that are natural and effective. Dr. Monte Slater is the physician that has joined Dr. Finger at Savannah Anti-Aging & Rejuvenation Center and provides strictly the O-Shot, P-Shot, ThermiVa, and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Dr. Monte Slater is a double board certified Physician with 29 of experience. He performs the O-Shot for Women as an additional Anti-Aging Treatment to optimize Quality of Life for women as their aging and provides non-surgical alternatives to improve overall sexual function and decrease moderate stress urinary incontinence.
He is now offering O-Shot treatments in 3 offices in the southeast and is happy to report that the feedback has been very positive.
The O-Shot is not painful nor lengthy. Dr. Monte Slater will provide a local anesthetic prior to the procedure and assures the comfort of his patients in his boutique offices.
BENEFITS OF THE O-SHOT SUMMARIZED
- LIMITS MODERATE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
- INCREASES LIBIDO
- IMPROVES ORGASMIC FUNCTION
- DECREASES PAINFUL INTERCOURSE
- INCREASES SENSATION
A WOMAN’S 4 “SEX-PLEASURE PROBLEMS”. CAN THE O-SHOT HELP?
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (Low desire). This is not considered a disorder unless it is disrupting the woman’s pleasure in life. About 10% of women suffer with this problem. Dealing with a sexual disorder does not simply make sex unpleasant, but improving sex can lead to more energy, more creativity, increased confidence, less depression, and improved overall health.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (usually but not always accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder): Women who suffer with this disorder may desire sex, but it is very difficult for these women to become aroused. While 5% may not sound like a large number of people, it realistically boils down to 1 in every 20 women who deal with this disorder.
Female Orgasmic Disorder: 5% of women suffer with this disorder. A woman may be able to reach a state of arousal, but she is unable to reach orgasm. This can be so frustrating for the woman that sex becomes a frustration to be avoided.
Dyspareunia: This is a disorder in which the woman suffers with pain during sex that is not caused by decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm. This disorder is fairly common and affects nearly 1 in 5 women.
Note: The above statistics were obtained from Obstetrics & Gynecology April 2011 which is a fairly old study, but still so relevant. Hopefully the O-Shot news will spread like a wildfire and will cause a permanent decrease of the amount of women suffering in silence. The sheer number of women who are affected with one of these disorders (30-50% depending upon age) is discouraging. And keep in mind, these numbers only include women who are bothered enough by the problem to report symptoms to a doctor. Some estimate that a more accurate number of affected women could be up to 60%.
Insane, when you think about the ability to go and get a pain free treatment one time that lasts a minimum of 2 years or more. Is it possible that a woman can just learn to tolerate less than optimal sexual activity and so eventually ceases to consider the sexual condition to be a problem?
Why suffer when the O-Shot can help not only cure sexual health issues but also minimize urinary incontinence?
Perhaps even more disturbing, think of the ripple effect throughout society as children and communities suffer with the breakdown of marriage relationships because of these problems. The O-Shot is simply Platelet Rich Plasma drawn from the patient’s own blood and injected into the Female area (medical details available at consult.)
With 150 million women in the US in 2010, just 30% of women means that at least 50 million women are dealing with these problems at any given time. What kind of effect could these untreated problems have on families in the USA? The O-Shot has been featured by Oprah and addressed and discussed on many News Shows in the last few years.
The latest big interview was featured on Fox News in Sacramento CA a few days ago. So, why do so many women suffer in silence?
WHY WOMEN SUFFER EVEN AFTER SEEING THE GYNECOLOGIST
Research shows that only about 14% of women EVER talk to ANY of their physicians about sex. With around 4 in 10 women suffering from a sexual disorder, why do only about 1 in 10 ever talk to their physician about sex?
According to fairly recent studies the reason may be that, with the exception of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, research has shown few proven treatment options for these sexual disorders. Both physician and patient would be discouraged by discussing a problem for which there is no proven solution, so the topic is avoided. With the O-Shot being on the forefront the topic has finally become an acceptable conversation among modern families.
The treatments commonly offered for female sexual issues is vaginal estrogen or topical testosterone and psychotherapy. Of course the limited fixes for moderate to severe urinary stress incontinence have always been associated with invasive procedures, mostly surgical.