Orgasm Shots

 About the Orgasm Shot

There are reasons why physical sensations fade… or are absent in the first place. The capacity to enjoy sex and stimulation is an inherent right of every woman, yet some women only climax sporadically or have never achieved orgasm.

Childbirth and aging can decrease sensation, as can physical maladies. But help is available. The Orgasm Shot is a procedure that can “bring back” the excitement you once enjoyed, or help you claim the pleasure you’ve never had before. It is non-surgical, all-natural and painless procedure — and increases sensitivity while enhancing your sex drive.

Dr. Kern is a board-certified gynecologist who specializes in vaginal rejuvenation, labioplasty and sexual dysfunction. Generally, women suffer in silence and rarely talk to their healthcare professionals about sexual concerns or problems with orgasms. But Dr. Kern is a compassionate physician who listens. He cares about your sexual health. A confidential consultation can make all the difference in your quality of life.

 

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The Orgasm Shot was recently featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine! Click on the image to read the full article online!

The “Orgasm Shot” was recently featured in Harper’s Bazaar 2014 issue.

Vaginal and Clitoral Function

Previously, only vaginal estrogen, topical testosterone or psychotherapy have been the “default” prescription for women who suffer from lack of orgasm. These “hit or miss” methods do not always address the source of the problem, which is vaginal and clitoral function.

Orgasm Shots are a marked improvement in the field of women’s sexual health. The process rejuvenates the tissue responsible for a woman’s sexual response and activates the female orgasm system.

• Targeted Anatomy

Orgasm Shot are an injection of platelet rich plasma (PRP) that is extracted from your own blood. The blood is separated in a centrifuge, yielding PRP, which releases many growth and healing factors that stimulate repair and regeneration of tissue, as well as activation of stem cells.

Note that the procedure is painless because the area is thoroughly numbed. Dr. Kern administers two quick injections, the first being approximately 1 CC of PRP directly under the clitoris and 4 C’s between top of vagina and the urethra. An immediate plumping from the filler occurs, and over time collagen production may make the improvement relatively permanent.

Men have Viagra, Cialis and Penis Implants

The statistics prove that women with sexual dysfunction and disorder are not alone. About 15% of women report difficulties with orgasm, and as many as 10% of women in the United States have never climaxed.[1) ][2] Only 29% of women always have orgasms with their partner.[3]

So why is it that there seems to be no problem with Viagra commercials or topics dealing with male sexual dysfunction? Why is sexual gratification a taboo subject for women? It shouldn’t be. Women deserve to understand their own sexual health and the sexual disorders they face. Do you suffer from any of the symptoms below?

• Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (Low desire)

If low desire is affecting your life and relationships, you may be among the 10% of women who suffer from Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). This involves a persistent lack of desire for sexual activity — meaning you are rarely in the mood and neither seek stimulation nor initiate sex.

• Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Candace Syndrome)

This disorder generally, but not always, accompanies Sexual Desire Disorder. Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD) involves a recurrent inability to attain sexual arousal or the lack of ability to maintain arousal through the completion of sexual activity.

• Female Orgasmic Disorder (Anorgasmia)

Around 1 in 20 (or 5%) of women can become aroused, but have difficulty achieving orgasm. This frustrating phenomenon is known as Female Orgasmic Disorder and makes it difficult or seemingly impossible for women to achieve orgasm without adequate stimulation — and at times, orgasm is not achieved even with stimulation.

• Dyspareunia (Painful Intercourse)

Real pain suffered during intercourse may involve structural problems of the sex organs. Although many women experience painful intercourse at some point in their lives, dysparuenia is a persistent genital pain that occurs before, during or after intercourse. Consult with Dr. Kern for solutions to painful intercourse.

Increase Pleasure and Revolutionize Your Sex Life!

Sexual dysfunction and lack of sexual pleasure does not have to dominate your life. When the Orgasm Shot is applied to a woman’s sexual organs, the results are often remarkable. Sensitivity is restored, sexual desire increased, and orgasms are achieved.

Best of all, this painless in-office procedure takes less than 30 minutes and the results are immediate. Patient feedback includes: increased vaginal lubrication, libido and orgasms.

A Pilot Study of the Effect of Localized Injections of Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for the Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction

Charles Runels*, Hugh Melnick, Ernest Debourbon and Lisbeth Roy
Medical School, Birmingham, Alabama, USA

Abstract
Currently, accepted treatments for Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) are limited to psychological, behavioral,
hormonal and psychopharmacologic interventions. Because of the complex and multifactorial nature of FSD, current therapeutic options may leave a subset of women suffering with sexual dysfunction without clinical improvement. As a simple, safe, and natural alternative therapeutic option for treating female sexual dysfunction, a pilot study was undertaken to test the effect, if any, of vaginal and clitoral injections of autologous Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) on women desiring treatment for painful intercourse or anorgasmia. Two standardized sexuality tests, the Female Sexual Function Index and the Female Sexual Distress Scale, were administered before and after treatment and were used to measure the response to this therapeutic intervention. Our data indicated some degree of improvement in FSD, including positive changes in isolated sexual difficulties and in the reduction of levels of sexual distress. However, the limited number of participants in this pilot study restricts conclusions. Our initial observations do suggest that further investigation of PRP therapy for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction is indicated.

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References:

[1]  Frank JE, Mistretta P, Will J (March 2008). “Diagnosis and treatment of female sexual dysfunction”. American family physician 77 (5): 635–42.

[2]  Giustozzi AA. Sexual dysfunction in women. In: Ferri FF. Ferri’s Clinical Advisor 2010. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby; 2009.

[3]  www.iub.edu/~kinsey/resources/FAQ.html#orgasm