O-Shot FAQ and Patient Instructions
This post will let you know all about O-Shot, answering some of the most common questions and letting you know what to expect after your procedure. Let’s get started!
O-Shot Post-care Instructions
You can return to work the same day as your procedure
You may use Tylenol (acetaminophen) to relieve pain following your procedure (as directed on the label) or apply an ice pack to the area. However, avoid using aspirin and other NSAID pain relief medications like Motrin, Advil and Aleve.
Wait at least three days before having sex or using a tampon
Results are often immediate, but some patients will need to wait up to several weeks for maximum results.
Is O-Shot safe?
Yes! To date, O-Shot patients have reported no side effects—the procedure uses your own platelet-rich plasma.
Is O-Shot painful?
Although pain tolerance varies from person to person, your O-Shot treatment should cause very little pain, if any. Your injection site will be numbed with a topical cream, but some may experience a stinging or pinching sensation during the treatment.
What can I expect after getting an O-Shot?
Although you may experience sensitivity and swelling after your injection, it should subside after just a few days.
How long does O-Shot take to work?
O-Shot delivers rapid results, ranging from just a few days to a few weeks.
What results can I expect following O-Shot?
A majority of women experience heightened sensitivity in the G-spot and clitoris, delivering stronger and more frequent orgasms. Even for those who don’t see a noticeable difference after the first injection, repeat treatments are an option. Even women who have never had an orgasm before can see results from O-Shot.
How long does the O-Shot last?
O-Shot can provide results for up to two years.