The orgasm vaccine is a procedure that is applied around the clitoris and G-spot to increase the pleasure you get from sexual intercourse. In this method, we mix your own blood with plasma rich in platelets called PRP and inject it back into you. PRP facilitates sexual arousal and orgasm by increasing blood supply and sensitivity in your clitoris and G-spot areas with the effect of the growth factors it contains.
We use PRP application in the vagina and clitoris for the treatment of inability to orgasm (anorgasmia), sexual reluctance, and painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) problems. Although this application is actually called O-Shot, it is generally known as an orgasm vaccine.
What is an Orgasm?
Orgasm is the peak point reached as a result of intense sexual pleasure and arousal in sexual intercourse. At this emotional peak in the relationship, the uterus and vagina realize orgasm with second rhythmic contractions. These rhythmic contractions are followed by sexual pleasure and relaxation.
It is much easier for men to orgasm than women. This makes it very difficult for women to orgasm. During sexual intercourse, men often orgasm earlier than women and end the relationship because their penis softens after orgasm. Therefore, the woman cannot orgasm. One of the most common causes of this situation is the problem of premature ejaculation, which is frequently encountered in men. In underdeveloped societies, the man does not care about the woman’s orgasm and focuses on his own orgasm. As a result of all these situations, the number of women who have never had an orgasm during sexual intercourse in their lives is considerable.
O-Shot, known as orgasm vaccine, allows you to reach orgasm faster by increasing blood flow and stimulation in the area called the clitoris and G-spot. The goal of this treatment is to increase the pleasure you get from sexual intercourse by allowing you to orgasm before or at the same time as your partner during sexual intercourse.
How is Orgasm Vaccine Applied?
The orgasm vaccine (O-Shot) procedure starts with 15 cc of blood taken from the patient’s arm. It is then transferred into a unique PRP tube containing substances that prevent blood clotting. This process is subjected to centrifugation. In this way, plasma and red blood cells are separated from each other. The 20% buffy coat liquid at the bottom of the plasma is drawn with a syringe and injected around the clitoris.
The orgasm shot (O-Shot) procedure consists of two stages. The first stage, the preparation of the PRP solution, takes 10 minutes and the second stage, the injection process, takes a few minutes. Thanks to this procedure, which takes about 15 minutes in total, the level of pleasure you will receive in your sexual life reach its peak.
What Should Be Considered After Having Orgasm Vaccine (O-Shot)?
You can return to work and social life the same day after the orgasm vaccine (O-Shot). No restrictions are required for situations such as a bathroom, toilet, or sexual intercourse. After the procedure, bleeding in the form of a slight pink leakage and very mild tingling are the effects we expect. You can use mild painkillers in essential cases, but in most cases, painkillers are not required. Approximately 3 weeks after the O-Shot, you will start to feel the effects of the Orgasm Vaccine procedure clearly.
Can Orgasm Vaccine be given to everyone?
It can be done to everyone except for menstrual period and pregnancy. The genital PRP procedure is a method used to reduce menopause-related complaints during menopause and in the treatment of vaginal dryness. It can also be applied in the treatment of urinary incontinence.
Who is O-Shot Suitable for?
O Shot application can be used in the elimination of skin thinning (atrophy), lichen sclerosis disease, and urinary incontinence problems in the genital area due to menopause, especially loss of sensation in sexual intercourse, or orgasm problems, and sexual reluctance problems that develop over time.