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O-Shot® - Improve Sexual Health Washington DC

    Call our office at (202) 244-6661 or   click here   for more information.

What is the O-Shot® and how does it work?

The O-Shot® is a quick and painless, 20 minute non-surgical procedure. It begins with a simple blood draw. Then, using proprietary technique, platelet rich plasma is extracted from the blood and injected into the numbed area near the clitoris and upper vagina to enhance sexual pleasure.

Because the platelet rich plasma (PRP) contains growth hormone factors, it rejuvenates the vagina treating also urinary stress/urge incontinence, looseness, dryness or lack of sensitivity.

There is no recovery time  and results are almost immediate in some women.

What are the benefits of the O-Shot®?

  • It’s a non-surgical procedure
  • 100% drug free
  • 95% of women experience resolution of urinary incontinence
  • Mesh pain can improve
  • Enjoy sexual relations on the day of procedure
  • Increased sensitivity
  • Increased libido
  • Stronger/more frequent orgasms
  • Tighter vaginal skin
  • Decreased pain with intercourse
  • Increased natural lubrication
  • Fast and painless
  • Healthier sex life

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Who can get an O-Shot®?
Almost anyone can get an O-Shot® but Dr. Safayan will help you determine if this is the best procedure for you. Women both on and off hormone replacement therapy can usually benefit from this procedure. These are the most common issues that could be resolved with an O-Shot®

  • Accidents when you jump, laugh or cough
  • Leaks when you wait too long
  • Low sexual desire
  • Difficulty being aroused
  • Trouble reaching orgasm
  • Painful intercourse
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Lichen Sclerosus



New patient forms

Please contact our office at 202.244.6661 or email info@restorativehealth.org to request new patient forms.

Dr. Safayan takes more time with patients than the average internist. He really involves me in my health by explaining specific lab results and discussing needed changes. On several occasions, he raised “cutting edge” issues with me which proved to be both helpful and later described in medical literature. He is sympathetic and understanding of the concerns of an amateur athlete and provides encouragement and support for those endeavors as well.
— Skip W