One of the first things that can be affected as you get older is your sex life. Low libido and its accompanying symptoms can cause stress and discomfort for women of all ages. Dr. Gary G. Theofilis, a board-certified anesthesiologist at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain, offers the revolutionary orgasm shot to women in or around the Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, area, as well as women throughout the United States.
What is an Orgasm Shot?
The orgasm shot is a non-invasive procedure that is used to help women restore their sexual vitality and desire while also reducing symptoms of urinary incontinence. The orgasm shot uses platelet-rich plasma taken from your very own blood to stimulate cellular turnover and increase nerve sensitivity and blood circulation.
What Are the Benefits of an Orgasm Shot?
Benefits of an orgasm shot include:
- Enhance sexual pleasure
- Decrease in urinary incontinence symptoms
- Increase in vaginal lubrication
- Longer and more intense orgasms
- Reduction in pain for patients with dyspareunia
What is the Procedure for an Orgasm Shot?
The orgasm shot is completely painless as local anesthesia, or numbing cream is used to ensure your comfort. Blood is first drawn from your arm, which is then placed into a centrifuge to separate the growth factors from the platelet-rich plasma. The growth factors are then injected into the vaginal wall area. Treatment takes less than 10 minutes and you are free to return to your daily routine immediately after. Most patients receive annual touch-ups; however, the orgasm shot can be done more frequently if needed.
Who is a Candidate for an Orgasm Shot?
Women who are experiencing a low sex drive and desire to enhance their sex life are usually good candidates for an orgasm shot. Most orgasm shot candidates suffer from the following:
- Painful intercourse
- Difficulty reaching orgasm
- Low libido
- Vaginal dryness
How Much Does the Orgasm Shot Cost?
All costs associated with your orgasm shot treatment will be discussed during your personal consultation at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. For your convenience, we accept cash and credit cards for easy payment.
If you’re experiencing a low sex drive or symptoms of urinary incontinence that are causing you distress, contact board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Gary G. Theofilis at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain to learn more about the orgasm shot and how it can help you. We serve patients in or around the Atlanta, GA, areas, as well as women across the United States. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!