How can I treat vaginal laxity?

Are you struggling with vaginal laxity?   Vaginal laxity is a common problem that affects many women, especially after vaginal childbirth, but there are effective treatment options available.   So how can you treat vaginal laxity?  Vaginal laxity can be treated with the O-Shot.

What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a safe, non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment that uses platelet-rich-plasma (PRP), to revitalize the vaginal tissues.  The vaginal tissues contain collagen fibers that lose elasticity over time, due to the effects of childbirth and aging.  The O-Shot boosts collagen in the vaginal tissues, and increases blood flow (learn more).

Treating vaginal laxity with the O-shot

The PRP for the O-shot is prepared from a sample of blood taken from the patient, (usually from the arm).  After being extracted, the blood is put in a centrifuge and spun to isolate the PRP.  The PRP is then injected into the clitoris and vaginal tissues.

The blood derived growth factors in the PRP serum stimulate the production of collagen and promote cellular regeneration in the tissues, which makes them stronger and more elastic.   

The O-shot has also been shown to correct other issues such as vaginal dryness, lichen sclerosus, diminished vaginal sensation, and urinary incontinence.  It also improves a woman’s ability to orgasm.

The O-Shot is a simple, virtually painless procedure that takes about 30 minutes to complete.  There is no downtime after treatment, so patients can resume normal activities immediately.

When will you see results?

Patients typically notice an improvement in vaginal laxity about 2-3 weeks after treatment.

Would you like to learn more about the O-Shot? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Westlake Village or Camarillo, CA areas, Best Self Medical Arts is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.bestselfmedicalarts.com, or by calling (818) 318-1200.

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