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Does the O-Shot Measure Up?

The O-Shot, short for Orgasm Shot, offers a revolutionary way to improve women’s sexual wellness.

The O-Shot involves injecting Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) prepared from your blood into the clitoral and G-spot area just inside the vagina. PRP is rich in healing properties that stimulate tissue growth and regeneration when injected.  PRP also promotes collagen production helping vaginal tissue rejuvenate and strengthen over time.  PRP is derived from your blood sample through a process of centrifugation, which separates the Platelet Rich Plasma into components that stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and nerves, enhancing sexual function.

How Does the O-Shot Work? 

Dr. Charles Runels developed the O-Shot after recognizing that PRP injected into injured joints provides a measure of relief and repair.  PRP is frequently added to damaged knees as an added treatment to repair the tissue. This discovery led to clinical trials in Runels’ medical practice.  He tracked clinical results by surveying his patients before and after receiving the O Shot. Dr. Runels noted the following benefits:

      • Increased intimate desire

      • Increased arousal

      • Increased natural lubrication

      • Stronger orgasms during intimacy

    Practitioners claim tissue rejuvenation around the urethra reduces the incidence of stress urination. Many women experience incontinence when they cough, sneeze, or jump after childbirth and throughout the aging process.  Many patients report an improvement in this condition following an O-Shot procedure, leading to greater self-confidence.  

    In a study retrieved from the National Institutes of Health, it was  determined that administering PRP to the lower vaginal wall (G-spot) “may improve female sexuality with high satisfaction.”  The study further noted a measurable increase in nerve activity and micro-vessels in the areas treated with PRP.  (See the article here

    How Safe is PRP?

    The platelet-rich plasma used in the O-Shot is taken from your own blood, simplifying the procedure.  PRP has high levels of healing properties which encourages tissue rejuvenation and the growth of new blood vessels.  Administration of PRP is a non-surgical and minimally invasive way to improve one’s sexual health. The treatment can be safely and comfortably administered in the doctor’s office. 


    What Should I Expect at the Doctor’s Office?

        • Your medical professional will explain the procedure to you and make sure you are a healthy candidate for treatment.

        • You will remove all clothing , and a clinician will apply lidocaine numbing cream to your clitoris and G-spot. 

        • Then, your blood will be drawn and spun in a centrifuge to concentrate  the PRP

        • A local anesthetic will be injected into the site of injection for further comfort

        • Lastly, the PRP is injected into your clitoris and G spot

      Treatment lasts roughly 20 minutes and is a relatively pain-free procedure.  Some people may feel slight pressure when the G-spot is injected.

      Are There Any Negative Side Effects?

      You may experience mild soreness at the injection site for a few days, but this is normal and you can resume intimate activities immediately after receiving the treatment. Any long-lasting discomfort or swelling should be immediately reported to your attending physician. Most clients find that Tylenol relieves any minor discomfort.  

      How Long Will Results Last?

      There are three stages of treatment performance:

          • In the first three to seven days, fluid retention from the injection site will cause an increased sensation.

          • Roughly three weeks after receiving the treatment, new tissue will start to develop and continue for up to nine weeks.

          • Results peak around the three-month mark and will last for about a year.  Some people may enjoy their results for longer.

        How Much Does the O-Shot Cost?

        Health insurance does not cover the O-shot because it is considered a cosmetic procedure. Costs can range from $1,200 to $2,500. Profile MD currently offers the O-Shot at a discounted price of $1,250.  

        So, Is the Treatment Worth It?  

        Based on our client’s before and after levels of sexual satisfaction, the O-shot offers great promise for improving feminine sexual health, and hope for improving stress incontinence. gives the O-shot an “88% “worth it” rating based on 69 reviews.  

        Dr. Ross VanAntwerp is trained in Runnel’s patented treatment. To learn more, call 410-544-4600.  

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