Restoring Women’s Sexual Vitality
At no point should a woman accept a poor sex life as simply an inevitable consequence of aging. Studies show that half of women will suffer some type of sexual dysfunction during their life. If you’re concerned about any aspect of yours — low libido, pain due to vaginal dryness or other problems — Platelet Rich Plasma administered by the specialists at Philadelphia Sexual Medicine can help.
At Philadelphia Center for Sexual medicine we’re proud to provide the latest therapies in regenerative medicine using platelet rich plasma and stem cell treatment.
What Is the O-Shot®?
The O-Shot® is the name given to the non-surgical procedure in which a woman uses her own platelet rich plasma to stimulate her body’s stem cells in the clitoris and vaginal tissue.
What Results Will I See From The O-Shot®?
Many women report that benefits from the O-Shot® begin very quickly, with improved sexual stimulation and better orgasms sometimes noticeable — in many cases dramatically — within days or, at most, within 4-6 weeks of treatment.
Will the O-Shot® help with Incontinence?
By using the O-Shot® and Dr. Gittens’s program for pelvic health, patients with mild to moderate stress and urinary incontinence have significant improvement. Many women have been able to stop their medication or avoid surgery entirely.
What is platelet rich plasma?
Blood is composed of many components: red cells, white cells and platelets. Platelets contain proteins called growth factors which stimulate healing by recruiting stem cells and other healing agents to a particular area of the body. When platelets are concentrated in this manner it’s referred to as platelet rich plasma, or PRP.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) has many uses in medicine. It is commonly used in orthopedics for the regeneration and rapid healing of joints and soft tissues. It also has uses in ophthalmology, facial rejuvenation and hair restoration.
In the realm of sexual wellness for women, PRP is used to rejuvenate and revitalize the clitoral and vaginal tissues; helping with orgasm and incontinence.
Why Philadelphia Center for Sexual Medicine?
Dr. Gittens is a board certified urologist and previous assistant professor in obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Gittens realizes that sexual function is complex, and women may have an assortment of problems such has pain with intercourse, low libido vaginal dryness and problems achieving orgasm. Dr. Gittens treats multiple problems in his female sexual wellness practice, often with treatments unavailable from your conventional OBGYN.
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