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Do you wish that there was a non-surgical way to treat urinary leaks?

O-Shot® is an effective treatment for stress and urinary incontinence and unintentional urination.

Do you wish that there was a way to rejuvenate your love life and your marriage?

O-Shot® is an all natural, painless and non-surgical procedure that can rejuvenate and revitalise vaginal and clitoral function, giving you dramatically improved sensitivity and significantly enhance your sex drive.

It was originally developed as the 'Orgasm-Shot', and involves just two tiny injections into highly specific areas of the female anatomy. Many women experience an improvement in urinary symptoms almost immediately. Improvement in sensation may take up to three weeks to six months.

Rejuvenating of the female 'orgasm system'  using PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) may sometimes take more than just a couple of shots. Research shows 65% of women reports a signifcant improvement after just one treatment and increased to 85-90% improvement after 2 treatments.

Frequently asked questions:

Am I a candidate for O-Shot®?

O-Shot® can help women with:

  • Painful Sex. - Low sex drive / desire.
  • Difficulty reaching orgasm.
  • Difficulty with arousal.
  • Vaginal dryness.
  • Lichen Sclerosus.
  • Leaky bladder.
  • Urinary Incontinence

How long does O-Shot® last for?

Results may lasts indefinitely, but top ups may be required by some women.

How long does the treatment take?

The procedure lasts about 40 - 60 minutes from preparation to end.

Does it hurt?

We use a specially compounded local anaesthetic cream prior to injecting the area, so you will feel little to no discomfort.

What are the side effects?

The common side effects are temporary redness, pain /discomfort, bruising, lumps and bumps, swelling and firmness.

Come in for a consult to see if the O-Shot® is right for you.

(All patients are required to fill in a consent form prior to treatment. Due to some medical conditions, treatment may not be suitable for all patient.)