V-Shot for Vaginal Rejuvenation
What is the V-Shot?
The V-Shot or the PRP vaginal rejuvenation procedure, is a natural, non-surgical treatment to rejuvenate the vaginal area. By applying the healing properties of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), it can help increase natural lubrication, heal thinned tissue, and increase sexual arousal and satisfaction.
Why the V-Shot?
As the body ages, vaginal and clitoral sensitivity can change due to evolving hormones, medications, pregnancy history, and poor peripheral circulation. The surrounding tissue can thin and change, causing friable skin that can easily get injured.
The V-Shot brings platelets, stem cells, growth factors to help plump and regenerate vaginal tissue.
The V-Shot may be right for you if you are experiencing:
- Stress urinary incontinence (involuntary leakage of urine)
- Dyspareunia (pain with sex)
- Diminished sexual pleasure
- Vaginal dryness
- Lichen sclerosis (thinning of the external vaginal tissue)
What’s the process like?
The V-Shot procedure begins with a simple blood draw from the arm. We use an FDA-approved process to obtain the PRP from your blood and inject this “liquid gold” into the vaginal tissue. The area is thoroughly numbed and the procedure is performed by our expert physician injectors. The entire process from start to finish takes 1 hour.
How long does it take before I see results?
After the procedure, you may experience minimal swelling, redness for the first few days. Generally, most may begin to experience heightened sensation within the first week. Maximum results usually arise around 4-6 weeks. Results can vary and our providers will address hormones and your overall health to ensure the best results.
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