O-Shot Specialist

Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG -  - Gynecologist

Life Care for Women

Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG

Gynecologist located in Gilbert, AZ

With so many treatments available for men suffering from sexual dysfunction, it's about time women have a solution for their own issues. At Life Care for Women in Gilbert, Arizona, Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG, wants women everywhere to know they too can experience amazing sensation and a healthy libido with a simple treatment called the O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot. Call the friendly office staff to schedule your appointment or for more convenience book your own appointment online.

O-Shot Q & A

What is the O-Shot?

As women age or have children, their sex drive may decrease along with some of their physical sensations during sex. The O-Shot uses the newest healing treatment of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to rebuild the tissues in your genital area, increasing sensitivity in nerve endings and restoring your sexual desire.

Many factors affect a woman's ability to climax, but Dr. Sodoma can help take away any physical barriers. The O-Shot uses your own blood for the PRP injection, significantly lowering chances of side effects.

PRP has been used for years to heal damaged tissue, the O-Shot now gives the same healing effects to an area often overlooked because of many women’s reluctance to raise these sometimes sensitive issues.

Who can benefit from an O-Shot?

The O-Shot increases feeling in your clitoris and vagina, while at the same time healing other tissues in your genital area. Many women aren’t able to fully enjoy sex due to a variety of physical issues, including:

  • Difficulty feeling arousal
  • Low interest in sex
  • Pain during sex
  • Difficulty climaxing

Dr. Sodoma also recommends the O-Shot with PRP for women who struggle with urinary incontinence, scarring from traumatic pain, and vaginal dryness.

How does PRP get processed for the O-Shot?

During your appointment at Life Care for Women, the staff helps you relax before starting the procedure. First, the technician draws a small amount of blood from your arm. Your blood is spun in a centrifuge, separating the platelets and plasma from the rest of your blood. 

While the PRP is extracted and fully prepared, the outside of your vagina is cleaned and numbed. Dr. Sodoma injects the PRP solution into the area of your clitoris and upper vagina. 

Most women describe the injection as painless, but you can feel some pressure during the injection or a small pinch. 

How long does the O-Shot procedure take?

Because the O-Shot is a nonsurgical procedure, the treatment typically takes less than an hour from start to finish. After your treatment, other side effects you may experience are minimal and could include:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Numbness

The side effects are usually due to the injection and not from the PRP treatment itself. 

How long do the effects of the O-Shot last?

About 50% of women notice an immediate difference, but everyone has different healing rates. The average effects last about one year, but some women experience improvements for more than 5 years. 

Dr. Sodoma at Life Care for Women in Gilbert, Arizona, doesn’t want you to endure low sex drive, decreased sensitivity, and incontinence when she can help with a simple procedure. Contact the professional and friendly staff to schedule your appointment or book your appointment online and get a rejuvenated sex life in no time.