PRP For Female Enhancement

Improve female sexual satisfaction scores using platelet-rich plasma.

PRP Treatment for Female Enhancement

Commonly referred to as the O-shot which stands for "orgasm shot", this technique is designed to improve female sexual satisfaction scores. We use platelet rich plasma, derived from your blood, which is full of a variety of growth factors and these are injected into the genital area in specific locations to improve circulation, improve nerve sensitivity, and improve sexual satisfaction.

We harvest the blood from your arm, similar to when you go to the laboratory for a blood test. We take a couple of ounces of blood and we put it in a special container that spins in a centrifuge at a high rate of revolution. This gets rid of all the white blood cells and the red blood cells and we're left with just a concentrated solution with platelets. These growth factors go to work right away in the tissues, generating a more youthful appearance, as well as increased sensitivity.

After a series of treatments with platelet rich plasma, sexual satisfaction scores are significantly enhanced. In addition, another benefit is significantly reduced frequency of urinary incontinence.

If this is something that you are struggling with, we'd be happy to have a discussion with you to see how platelet rich plasma might be able to offer you some improvement in this area.

Dr. Pagdin explains the PRP treatment for female enhancement:

Consultation Information

We will be happy to set up a 15 minute no-charge consultation for you with Dr. Pagdin. This can be either at our Kelowna office or by telephone.

We will be asking you to forward the CBC lab results in advance of the discussion. Located in the link below is a medical records request form in the event you need to request your CBC from a physician’s office.

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PRP For Female Enhancement Information


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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can benefit from PRP Female Enhancement treatments?

PRP for Female Enhancement is suitable for women looking to manage urinary issues/incontinence, improve vaginal elasticity and lubrication, and those looking to improve sensitivity during intercourse and enhance their sexual experience.

What makes the PRP for Female Enhancement a good treatment option for me?

  • Improved sensation
  • Improved elasticity
  • Improved urinary control
  • Better sexual response/arousal

Can you describe for me what the procedure entails?

The procedure begins with a simple blood draw.  While we prepare your PRP sample, you will apply a topical freezing cream.  Once the surface area is numb, additional freezing is injected to temporarily block sensation to the area.  Then the PRP is injected to the clitoris, labia, vaginal wall and around the urethra.

How long is the procedure?

The procedure takes approximately 75 minutes from start to finish, with only 15 minutes for the actual injections.

How long will it take before I see improvement?

The benefits can be experienced in as little as 1 week.

How many treatments are recommended and how often?

A minimum of 3 treatments is recommended at approximately 4-week intervals.

Is there anything I need to do after the treatment?

You will need to avoid anti-inflammatory medications/supplements including ice for 1 week after the procedure.

How long should I wait to resume sexual activity after the treatment?

Sexual activity can resume that evening.

What is the cost of each treatment?

The cost per treatment is $800 and a deposit of $200 is due at the time of booking the procedure.

What have your patients reported after they have had the PRP for Female Enhancement Treatment?

Our patients have reported improved elasticity and lubrication of the vagina, improved sensation during sexual activities, improved urinary control and an overall improvement in their sexual experiences.

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