Yes, the Orgasm Shot Is a Thing, and Yes, It Works

It’s less scary than it sounds, and we promise you won’t regret it.

By: Jodi Taylor

It’s a sad truth that many women have a hard time reaching orgasm—some are unable to have an orgasm at all (even with a little extra help), and from the bottom of our hearts we feel for them. To us, pleasure is so important in this hectic and tough world, and we want everyone to be able to partake. Seems as though Beverly Hills’ Dr Ehsan Ali is on the same page (remember him from when he helped you cure your PMS problems?), as he administers a little something called the O-Shot, aka the orgasm shot. It involves your own blood and will not only boost your orgasms, but also your libido and arousal. While we havent *personally* undergone the treatment, were certainly intrigued.

So what exactly is the O-shot?

“There aren’t many products on the market that are designed to improve women’s sexual experience, but the O-Shot, or orgasm shot, is a non-surgical procedure that claims to treat sexual dysfunction and stimulate the vagina in a way that positively impacts orgasm.”

How does it work?

“The procedure uses the patient’s drawn blood to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. Platelets extracted from the blood, or platelet-rich plasma (PRP), are then placed in a syringe and injected into an area near the clitoris and an area just inside the vagina—the o-spot. Those platelets then stimulate the growth of new cells in the injected areas, making those areas more sensitive to the touch. The O-Shot improves orgasm, libido, and arousal. Think of it as a vampire facial, but for your private parts!”

Can it harm me in any way?

“Absolutely not! There are no harmful ingredients or chemicals, as the entire process works by using the patients own blood.”

Are there any side effects?

“Side effects include discomfort at injection site, risk for mild bleeding, mild pain, and, of course, there is always a risk of infection if the procedure is not administered correctly.”

So how long do the results last for?

“Results last for a minimum of 6 months.”

 

Lingerie pictured: For Love & Lemons

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