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Isn't it about time women have their turn? 

The Women's PRP Shot is a revolutionary approach to improve sexual relations and urinary incontinence.​

The results of this safe, non-surgical 20-minute procedure are dramatic and long lasting. Women report significant improvement in stimulation, sensitivity, arousal, and sex drive. Problems related to leaky bladders often resolve.

Do you wish there was a non-surgical way to treat urinary leaks?

Do you wish there was a way to rejuvenate your sex life and your marriage?

Who can get it?

Almost any woman can get a  PRP Shot.  Your doctor or nurse will help you determine if this is the best procedure for you. A woman, both on and off hormone replacement therapy, can usually benefit from the this procedure.

Do you suffer with…
  • Accidents when you jump, laugh or cough.

  • Leaks when you wait too long.

  • Low sexual desire.

  • Difficulty being aroused.

  • Trouble reaching orgasm.

  • Painful sex.

  • Vaginal dryness.

  • Lichen Sclerosus.

How does it work?

The Women's PRP Shot procedure is a quick, usually painless, 20 minute, nonsurgical procedure.  The procedure begins with a simple blood draw.  Then, using a proprietary technique, platelet-rich plasma is extracted from the blood and injected near the clitoris and upper vagina. There is no recovery time and the results are almost immediate in some women.

What are the benefits?
  • Non-surgical

  • Drug free

  • 85% experience resolution of urinary incontinence

  • Mesh pain can improve

  • Enjoy sexual relations on the day of the procedure

  • Increased sensitivity

  • Increased desire

  • Tighter vaginal skin

  • Almost instantaneous results

  • Fast & relatively painless

  • Better, healthier sex

Lichen Sclerosis Patients:

In a recent study, researchers determined that most Lichen Sclerosus patients showed improvement by using the Women's PRP Shot procedure. Women reported statistically significant improvement in symptoms & pathologists observed a decrease in inflammation.


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