O-Shot® (O-Spot Amplification)

Just like the G-Spot, there are other erogenous spots in the human vagina which when
stimulated can lead to intense explosions of orgasms.

What is O-Spot?

The O-Spot (short for “Orgasm Spot”) is another highly sensitive and erogenous region deep within a woman’s vagina that is capable of providing the woman with satisfying orgasms when sexually stimulated.

The O-Spot is located farther within the vagina, near the cervix along the underside, i.e. towards the lower back, wall of the vagina. Since the O-Spot is located deeper inside the vagina, most women and their sexual partners are often unable to access the spot that can potentially make the act of intercourse much more pleasurable.

The O-Shot® procedure helps a woman bridge the gap between sexual dysfunction and having a more pleasurable and enhanced sexual experience.

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How to find O-Spot?

As you now know, from the above topic, where the O-Spot is located, finding the region is not all that difficult with a little self-experimentation.

Using your fingers, a sex toy or with the help of your sexual partner’s penis, try to reach farther into the vagina. When the penetration is no longer possible or if the region within the vagina is harder, then you would have encountered the cervix. Now, explore the underside region (towards your back) by applying varying amounts of pressure, rubbing, stroking or mild poking until you find the spot that is most pleasurable. This is the O-Spot.

It is important to keep in mind that, just like the G-Spot, the O-Spot is not a distinct anatomical part of the human vagina, but a region deep inside the vagina.

O-Shot® procedure

O-Shot® is a quick, non-surgical and relatively painless clinical procedure invented by Dr. Charles Runels that has an undeniably great potential to improve the sex life of all women.

The O-Shot® is not limited to any specific age group of women. It can be performed on any sexually active woman and the entire procedure typically takes only about 30 minutes from start to finish.

The perks of urinary are not just limited to better orgasms but also have other amazing effects such as increased sex drive, vaginal rejuvenation, help with sexual dysfunction and more!

The O-Shot® is a clever technique to use the body’s own regenerative ability to create new tissue. A small amount of blood is first taken from the patient into a tube and is then put inside a centrifuge. The centrifuge helps to separate the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from the blood. This PRP (containing call regenerative growth factors) is then carefully injected into specific areas of the vagina which trigger stem cells to increase blood flow and generate healthy tissue growth as well as help improve the vascularization of the area.

The patient can resume their regular life soon after the procedure. The effects of the procedure can be seen in as soon as 1 day in rare cases but the typical time period is about 3 weeks.

Women can choose to get the procedure any number of times at varying intervals. The effect of the procedure, in rare cases, can last a lifetime but they generally last about 12 to 14 months.

On average, women repeat the procedure once every year but can even be repeated every 6 months or every two months. However, to see the full effects of the first treatment, a period of 8 weeks is recommended before repeating the procedure.

What can you expect out of O-Shot®?

  1. Increased ability to orgasm
  2. Increased frequency of orgasm
  3. Stronger orgasms
  4. Greater sex drive (libido) and arousal
  5. Increased sensitivity
  6. Smoother skin of the vulva
  7. Decrease in pain during sex (if any)
  8. Increase in natural lubrication
  9. Improvement is urinary incontinence
  10. Helps against sexual dysfunction

The above-mentioned points differ from one individual to another. Please consult with your gynaecologist before proceeding.

Risks associated with O-Shot®

O-Shot® is nearly a painless, minimally invasive and quick procedure without
any adverse side-effects. The major risks are slight bleeding, swelling and irritation that
generally subside within few hours.