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O-Shot

O-SHOT – THE ‘ORGASM SHOT’

Many women who experience intimate issues such as vaginal atrophy, painful intercourse, or urinary leakage are hesitant to seek help from their doctors, which can result in a negative effect on self-esteem, mood, and relationships, as avoiding acts of intimacy seems to be the only way to manage without a known solution.

At Géniale, we want to help, support, and enlighten women on a subject that is typically considered taboo, so that women no longer feel like they have to suffer in silence.

Our doctors at Géniale are highly trained and experienced in the latest revolutionary O-Shot procedure. O-Shot is a simple procedure aiming at rejuvenation and revitalisation of clitoral and vaginal function, improving sensitivity and enhancing sex life.

Candidates for O-Shot procedure are women who seek:

  • Increased Sexual Desire
  • Stronger Orgasms
  • More Orgasms
  • Increased Lubrication
  • Decreased Urinary Incontinence

About the female orgasm

Researchers have worked to better understand the complex anatomy and physiology of sexual response in women. You might have heard of the G spot and the clitoris, as they are commonly recognised as the source of sexual pleasure in women.

The G spot (Grafenberg spot) is a highly erogenous vaginal region as it is rich in nerves, blood vessels and exocrine glands, and contains biochemical structures of human excitation. The G spot is actually part of the clitoris.

The clitoris is the only organ in the human body that serves exclusively for sexual pleasure. It is a three-dimensional structure in the shape of an inverted Y, that consists of fibroelastic, sponge-like tissue filled with venous sinuses, the corpora cavernosa, which have erectile potential just like they do in men. The clitoris extends to the distal vaginal wall, the urethra, and surrounding erectile tissue.

Modern imaging techniques has enabled visualisation of how female genitals react during self-stimulation or sexual intercourse, and has therefore provided some insight into how the female anatomy and physiology behaves during the female orgasm.

There are two main types of female orgasm – clitoral orgasm and vaginal activating orgasm (VAO).

  • Clitoral orgasm
    Clitoral orgasm is sharp, bursting, short-lasting, superficial, and more localised to the pubic area.
  • Vaginal activating orgasm (VAO)
    VAO is more diffuse, whole body radiating, psychologically more satisfying and longer lasting.

Ultrasonography studies showed that when the anterior vaginal wall experiences pressure, the pressure exerted is transmitted to the urethra and the surrounding erectile tissues, including the clitoral bulbs, and could explain the pleasurable sensation that leads to VAO.

The vagina as a contractile organ shows to exhibit electrical activity in the form of slow waves, with regular rhythm and random action potentials associated with increased vaginal pressure. Therefore, the penile thrusting during intercourse can act as a vaginal pacemaker. Tactile contact near the clitoral bulbs from inside the vagina, just above the urethra, can also have a considerable effect on female sexual arousal and orgasm.

The O-Shot procedure

The O-Shot procedure involves the extraction of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). Platelet Rich Plasma is isolated from the patient’s own blood, and then re-injected with a tiny needle back into the clitoris and upper vaginal area, known as the G Spot. PRP activates stem cells and releases growth factors, which means that it triggers tissue repair and helps to rejuvenate the areas that are essential for sexual stimulation. O-Shot also increases natural lubrication and decreases urinary incontinence.

At Géniale, treatment is customisable to your individual needs. We believe that your intimate health can have a significant effect on your everyday life, so we want to help you to have the greatest experience possible.

The Géniale Centre has all the latest technology and method protocols, so you can always feel secure in knowing you will get the best personalised plan and care.

What can be expected?

  • The entire process is painless as we will apply a numbing cream
  • The procedure takes about 30 minutes, and you are able to return to your daily activities straight afterwards
  • Results are immediate and continue to improve over 2-3 weeks
  • O-Shot lasts for up to 3 years with an average of about 18 months

After O-Shot, women experience greater arousal from clitoral stimulation, stronger and more frequent orgasms, increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm, and an increased sexual desire.

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

FAQs

Will O-Shot work for me?

Medicine today is founded on evidence. That means that there are clinical trials proving the efficacy of almost every treatment, however, as with all procedures, results will vary from person to person. We recommend booking a consultation with us to discuss your individual needs and decide if O-Shot is the right procedure for you.

Is O-Shot worth it?

Women who experience intimate issues often experience a lack of confidence, lower moods, and a struggle in romantic relationships as they tend to feel like they have to avoid sexual intimacy with their partners. After effective O-Shot treatment, new emotions will bubble up, and you can feel more at peace instead of occupying your time worrying about how to manage the pain or embarrassment caused by intimate issues. Sex should be more comfortable, enjoyable, and desirable.

Is it true that anorgasmia is due to an individual’s anatomical structure, and therefore can’t be helped?

Anorgasmia has been reported due to greater distance between the clitoris and vagina and a small clitoral glans, and some women who have reported VAO have a larger distance between the urethra and vaginal mucosa, and thicker and longer urethrovaginal septum. However, O-Shot procedure works by injecting PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) into the clitoris and upper vagina area, which will rejuvenate the areas that are responsible for sexual arousal, increase lubrication, and decrease urinary incontinence.

Does the procedure hurt?

We will apply a numbing cream to the area, so the procedure should be completely painless.

How soon can I notice results?

You should be able to notice results straight after the procedure, and you can expect results to actually continue to improve for about two to three weeks.


Every treatment at Géniale is personal and individualised. We invite you to make an appointment to meet our team to discuss your treatment, to determine the perfect solution for you.


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