Because the O-Shot is derived from our patients’ own bodies, there is a very low risk of reaction.
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Your Sexual Health Matters
Just as important as your mental and physical health—and often connected with the two—your sexual health plays an important role in your overall wellness. When it comes to women’s sexual health, life-altering events such as pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause can cause a number of issues with both intimacy and function.
Whether you’re struggling with urinary incontinence, dryness, or discomfort, the O-Shot in Denver at Aria Integrative Health can help bring your spark back!
What It Treats:
- Decrease in Natural Lubrication
- Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Vaginal Dryness
- Chronic Pain
How It Works
The O-Shot works by treating a variety of sexual health issues by using platelet-rich plasma (also known as PRP). PRP uses your body’s own growth hormones—which we get by drawing your blood from your arm and separating out the plasma—to regenerate the vaginal tissue.
Once a highly trained provider separates the growth hormones, they’ll inject them back into the clitoris and upper vagina. The treatment is completely comfortable, 100% safe, and offers symptom relief within a few weeks following your injection!
Benefits of O-Shot in Denver
Aria Integrative Health prides itself on being the premier wellness clinic in Denver and all of Colorado. What sets us apart is our comprehensive approach to healthcare, which focuses on the whole person rather than just aesthetics and wellness alone. Combining the best technology and training available with diverse expertise allows us to provide patients, their families, and our community with lasting improvements to their well-being.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no downtime after receiving an O-Shot! You can even resume sexual activity on the same day if you desire.
There are not many side effects associated with an O-Shot. Some patients report a feeling of “fullness” after an O-Shot, which usually only lasts for a few hours and does not cause any pain.
Your provider may use a temporary numbing cream to help prep the intended injection site in advance of your injection, and ensure your total comfort through the procedure.