O-Shot Can Help With Female Sexual Dysfunction

Disinterest, pain and the inability to become aroused can make many women just want to avoid sex altogether. These factors can also indicate a medical condition known as Female Sexual Dysfunction, or FSD. As many as 75 percent of women experience FSD, and many women in this number think FSD happens as just another part of life caused by age or changes in hormones. As a result, way too many women suffer in silence. In fact, only 14 percent of women ever talk to their gynecologist at all about sex! Dr. Alqulali offers patients a safe place to talk about sex. She also offers the O-Shot, an injection that alleviates the symptoms of FSD.

Thirty percent of women with FSD report difficulty achieving orgasm when aroused, and 80 percent of women say they have trouble achieving orgasm from intercourse alone.

Other symptoms of FSD include:

Decreased Desire. Twenty-six to 52 percent of women experience decreased desire to have sex.

Painful Intercourse. Pain with sex, a condition called dyspareunia, is reported in 10 percent of women.

Inability to Become Aroused. Some women experience difficulty becoming aroused, which leads to pain, frustration and difficulty having intercourse.

The O-Shot (Orgasm Shot) gives women experiencing FSD symptoms a new lease on their love life.

During the O-Shot procedure, Dr. Alqulali takes PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) extracted from the patient’s blood and injects it into their vagina.

While that may make you want to cringe and cross your legs, there are benefits of the procedure. PRP contains powerful growth factors that facilitate the growth of new cells in the vagina. When these new cells develop, they are more sensitive and responsive to stimulation, which leads to better and more satisfying sex. The O-Shot also reduces pain associated with intercourse for some women.

The benefits of the O-Shot also go beyond the bedroom. Many women who struggle with FSD also frequently struggle with stress urinary incontinence, a condition that causes frequent urination, pain and urinary leakage. The O-Shot helps to relieve the symptoms and discomfort of stress urinary incontinence.

Interested in the O-Shot? Call Dr. Alqulali today at 1-888-716-0559 for more information.

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