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The P and O shots, Respectively? Enhancement Or Medical Treatment?

The P and O shots, Respectively Enhancement Or Medical Treatment

Several aging-related physical and mental variables might lead to decreased sexual enjoyment and activity. Age-related declines in testosterone and estrogen cause a loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, and vaginal dryness in men and women, respectively. 

Stress, sadness, and interpersonal difficulties can also hurt sexual enjoyment and activity as we age. Moreover, aging can lead to a loss of self-assurance and esteem, which can diminish sexual performance and enjoyment.

To restore sexual pleasure and activity, consider trying out P-shot and O-shot. But before trying out the treatment, it’s only fair that you should know all about it first. Continue reading this article to learn more about P-Shot and O-shot. 

What Are The P-Shots And O-Shots?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments like the P-Shot and O-Shot are designed to enhance a person’s sexual health and pleasure.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that use the body’s natural growth factors to promote the healing and renewal of damaged tissues.

The P-Shot is a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection into the penis that is marketed for men and said to improve blood flow, erections, and sexual pleasure. Similarly, the O-shot, developed for females, is a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection into the vaginal and clitoral area that is said to boost sensitivity, enhance sexual pleasure, and even aid incontinence in some circumstances.

How Does It Work?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a regenerative medicine that uses the body’s natural growth factors to promote the healing and renewal of damaged tissues.

As part of the P-shot procedure, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected into the penis to enhance erection quality. PRP’s growth factors encourage the development of new blood vessels, which can boost local blood flow and improve erection quality. PRP has been shown to increase sensitivity and sexual satisfaction by stimulating the development of new nerve and muscle cells.

The O-shot procedure involves injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the genital and clitoral regions to enhance sexual sensitivity and performance. Boosting local blood flow, lubrication, and sensitivity are all possible thanks to the PRP’s growth factors. The PRP has the added benefit of increasing collagen and elastin production, which strengthens and tones the vaginal tissue.

How PRP Regenerates Your Cells

When performing PRP therapy, the first step is collecting blood from the patient, typically from the arm. The blood is spun at high speeds in a centrifuge, where the red and white blood cells are separated from the plasma. The plasma is subsequently processed for injection, and its platelets and growth factors are used.

When the PRP is injected into the area of injury or damage, the platelets and growth factors in the plasma work to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, the platelets release a variety of growth factors, including platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta), and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), which all can stimulate the growth of new cells, including blood vessels, nerve cells, muscle cells, and collagen. This process is called angiogenesis, neurogenesis, and myogenesis.

The PRP’s growth factors also encourage the formation of new collagen and elastin, which can enhance the tissue’s suppleness and tone. Also, they can entice stem cells to the location, which can boost the body’s natural ability to heal the injured tissue.

P-Shot And O-Shot Procedure

The procedure for P-shot and O-shot are similar and involve the following steps:

  1. Blood draw: A small amount is removed from the patient’s arm, usually about the same amount as a regular blood test.
  2. Centrifugation: The blood is placed in a centrifuge, which spins the blood at high speeds to separate the red and white blood cells from the plasma.
  3. Preparation of PRP: The plasma, rich in platelets and growth factors, is collected and prepared for injection.
  4. Injection: PRP is injected into the penis using a small needle for the P-shot. For an O-shot, a small needle injects PRP into the vaginal and clitoral area.
  5. Aftercare: Patients can usually return to normal activities immediately after the procedure. There might be some minor swelling, redness, or discomfort, but these symptoms typically resolve within a few days.


Several factors, including the patient’s general health, the severity of the condition being treated, and the quality of the PRP used, can affect how long the effects of a P-shot or O-shot last.

Some patients report immediate enhancements in sexual function and enjoyment following treatment, while others don’t see results until weeks or months later. The P-shot’s benefits can last up to two years, while the O-effects shot lasts a year and a half.

You may need more than one P-shot or O-shot to see the desired results, so keep that in mind if you’re considering getting one of these shots. Furthermore, the results may be short-lasting, and further treatments may be needed to keep the advantages strong.

Before trying out these treatments, you must talk to medical practitioners about your sexual difficulties and medical history. With more information about your specific situation, they can better estimate how long treatment will take and how well it will work.

Potential Risks

P-shots and O-shots, like any medical procedure, carry some potential risks and side effects. While these treatments are considered safe and minimally invasive, the risks and side effects can include the following:

  • Pain or discomfort at the injection site
  • Bruising or bleeding at the injection site
  • Swelling or redness
  • Infection
  • In rare cases, an erection that lasts longer than four hours (priapism)
  • In rare cases, the formation of lumps or nodules at the injection site

Before attempting any medical procedure, you should talk to a doctor about your sexual issues, health background, and other worries. We can help you weigh the benefits of the treatment against its dangers and adverse effects and advise you on whether or not to proceed with it.

Try A P-Shot And An O-shot Today!

Beyond the typical aesthetician visit, LOURE Aesthetics’s objective is to assist patients in reaching their ideal quality of life by working with them to establish and pursue their individual healthcare goals from a holistic perspective. That may involve suggesting medical recommendations like P-shot and O-shot therapy to help you reclaim and improve your sexual health. Contact us immediately to learn more about this therapy and the other services we offer.

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