O Spot Shot

For women with difficulty achieving sexual arousal and satisfaction, the quality of intimate relationships and self-confidence can suffer. The O Spot Shot can enhance sensitivity and rejuvenate the vagina from the inside using platelet-rich plasma, or PRP.*

Why Choose SpaVie?

  • At SpaVie, we pride ourselves our ability to treat the issues and concerns of each of the unique women who come to us looking to feel better.
  • Headed by one of the top female plastic surgeons and cosmetic gynecology specialists in the country, Dr. Jennifer Harrington, we’re happy to serve women in the Twin Cities and beyond.

Best Candidates for the O Spot Shot

Candidates for the O Spot Shot should be in good general health with realistic expectations for their results. Most women who consider getting the O Spot Shot have difficulty achieving sexual arousal, reaching orgasm or having intercourse comfortably. The O Spot Shot may also improve urinary stress incontinence.*

Depending on your goals for feminine rejuvenation, Dr. Harrington may have additional recommendations. Geneveve™ by Viveve® is another non-surgical rejuvenation treatment that can improve vaginal laxity using radiofrequency energy. For women interested in a cosmetic enhancement, Dr. Harrington also performs labiaplasty at her plastic surgery practice.*

What to Expect

The first step of the O Spot Shot is a simple blood draw taken from your arm. After, a centrifuge will be used to separate the PRP from your blood. Your provider will numb your vagina and clitoris with a topical numbing cream. Then, the PRP will be injected directly into specific areas of the vagina and vulva. Because of the topical anesthetic used, most women feel little to no discomfort during the treatment. The entire process usually takes around 30 minutes.*

Recovery & Results

The O Spot Shot requires no downtime, and you can return to your normal routine immediately following your appointment.

Your results should gradually develop over the coming weeks and months. You should eventually notice heightened sensitivity in and around the treated areas, as well as improved lubrication and sexual satisfaction during intimacy.*

The O Spot Shot FAQs

Q. How many treatments will I need?
The O Spot Shot is often used as a single treatment, but some women may find that a second treatment performed 4 to 6 weeks after the first helps them achieve the results they want.*
Q. How can the O Spot Shot help with urinary stress incontinence?
The O Spot Shot won’t help with everyone’s urinary stress incontinence, but in the case of incontinence due to weakened vaginal muscles, the O Spot Shot may help. This is because rejuvenating the tissue of the vagina with PRP can encourage rapid cell turnover, which may improve muscle strength.*
Q. How soon can I have sex after getting the O Spot Shot?
You can resume intercourse as soon as your treatment is finished if you like. One of the greatest benefits of this procedure is that there is absolutely no downtime required.*
Q. Will there be any visible changes from the O Spot Shot?
Generally, no. The external vaginal appearance should appear unchanged.*
Q. What’s the best age for getting the O Spot Shot?
Because feminine rejuvenation is such a personal procedure that can treat a range of concerns, there is no “right” age for getting the O Spot Shot. Many women experience changes during or after childbirth or menopause that cause them to consider the treatment, but issues achieving arousal and sexual satisfaction can occur at any age. Dr. Harrington can help you decide if the O Spot Shot is the right choice for your needs.*

*This information is for education only and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

Summary
The O Spot Shot
Service Type
The O Spot Shot
Provider Name
Dr. Jennifer Harrington,
2855 Campus Drive, Suite 520,Plymouth,Minnesota-55441,
Telephone No.(612) 268-6997
Area
Minneapolis
Description
SpaVie med spa in Minneapolis offers the O Spot Shot, a feminine rejuvenation treatment for Minnesota women to increase arousal and satisfaction using PRP.
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