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The Orgasm Shot

Dr. Roel Galope, a board-certified physician is a fully trained and certified doctor who can administer the O Shot.

The O Shot® for Treating Female Sexual Dysfunction

O-Shot is the medical procedure some women say has improved their orgasms.

It’s estimated that around 40% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction. In fact, 50 million women in the US alone continue to suffer mentally and physically from sexual problems. Yet, until recent years there have been little to no medical treatments to deal with the condition. Fortunately, there’s good news for women and their partners in Bergen County, New Jersey. Lasting Impression Medical Aesthetics in Fair Lawn has added the O Shot procedure to their list of services. Dr. Roel Galope, a board-certified physician is a fully trained and certified doctor who can administer the O Shot.

How was the O Shot invented? Dr. Charles Runels, a researcher, internist and chemist from Alabama who invented the P Shot® for men, knowing that there was almost nothing out there for women who experienced difficulties during sex, became curious. Runels was inspired by the success the P Shot had in treating sexual dysfunction in men. He then set out to use a similar procedure to treat women who were having trouble having orgasms or having problems with pain and/or dryness during sex.

How Is O-Shot done?

The P Shot uses a sample of the patient’s own blood which is spun in a machine to extract platelet rich plasma (PRP). The PRP is then injected into the penis, stimulating new cell growth enhancing sensitivity and increasing the ability to attain and maintain an erection during sex. 

There are almost no side effects. Previous to the P Shot the main choice to treat male sexual dysfunction was medicine such as Viagara®. However, like almost all medications, there are side effects that come with taking the drug. 

So, Runels decided to try the same procedure on women- injecting the PRP directly into the vagina. Samuel Wood, a San Diego reproductive endocrinologist began a clinical study on the procedure in 2011. And, because one of the most common issues with female sexual dysfunction is the ability to achieve orgasm during sex, the treatment was named the O Shot® for “orgasm shot.”

For women with low libido, difficulty achieving orgasm, pain or dryness during sex, or even urinary incontinence, the O Shot may help or even eliminate these conditions entirely.

If you are a woman living in North Jersey and want to improve your sex life, you don’t have to remain a statistic with the 40% of women who experience sexual dysfunction. You also don’t have to be one of the 81% of women who never consult a physician about medical treatments for these issues. Talk to Dr. Galope about your difficulties. Ask about the O Shot.

What is the O Shot?

The O Shot is a non-surgical procedure where Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is extracted from the patient’s own blood and injected directly into the vagina. It is meant to stimulate growth of cells in the vaginal area, improving orgasms, sex drive, lubrication and reducing pain during sex in women.

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Where to Get The O-Shot in New Jersey?

Dr. Roel Galope, a board-certified physician is a fully trained and certified doctor who can administer the O Shot.


Who can administer the O Shot?

Only a licensed physician or nurse practitioner who is specially trained and certified to give the O Shot may perform the procedure. Dr. Galope is a licensed, board-certified physician who has obtained the proper training and certification for the O Shot.

What’s the best age for a woman to get the O Shot?

Female sexual dysfunction can occur at any age, so women as young as 18 are getting and reporting success with the O Shot. Middle aged and older women are reporting not being able to get enough of their husbands and significantly improved marriages as the result of the O Shot. 

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Most Frequent Questions And Answers

Generally, in about three weeks, women should see a marked improvement in sex drive and in ability to achieve orgasm, maintain vaginal moisture and significantly reduce pain during sex. Reports state that optimal results are attained after 3 months from the procedure.

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The O Shot is an in-office procedure which takes approximately 20 minutes.

Patients can experience pain as with any injection. However, with anesthetic cream applied to the area before the shot is administered, the discomfort is lessened.

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Yes. The O Shot has been reported to not only treat sexual dysfunction in women, it also treats and sometimes eliminates female urinary incontinence completely.

[ Also Read: Laser combined with the O-Shot procedure for urinary incontinence in women ]

The results of the O Shot which include improved sexual function are reported to last for at least 18 months before another procedure is necessary.

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