I’ll Have What She’s Having!

whatsheshavingWith the 1989 movie, “When Harry Met Sally,” women could relate to Meg Ryan. At some point in a woman’s life she may fake an orgasm. Sadly, some women more than others.

When I was a student there was a lecture on sexual dysfunction. I wanted to know the treatments available for women. How I can help women have a satisfying sexual relationship? So I asked, “What treatments are available for women who can’t achieve an orgasm?” The answer was short. That’s it? Maybe my question wasn’t clear so I asked again. “I’m sorry but that’s it? What about a pill for women?” The answer was, “Recommend psychiatric evaluation to find out why she can’t have an orgasm and prescribe an antidepressant” Seriously, that’s the answer? I’ve never forgotten that disappointing answer.

Over the years I’ve spoken with several women. They were frustrated with the inability to have an orgasm with intercourse, women would rather avoid sex altogether out of frustration. 10% of women in the US have never experienced an orgasm. Could you imagine going through your life and never once having had an orgasm? Think how depressing and frustrating it would be to watch your partner climax as you are left unfulfilled each and every time you had sex. If I told all the men I saw with erectile dysfunction that it was all in their heads and to see a psychiatrist, I probably would not be writing this article today. I probably would’ve been laughed right out of a job. When it comes to women it’s just as real as it is for men. 75 million women in the US suffer mentally and physically from sexual problems. Over 40% of American women suffer from sexual dysfunction that prevents them from achieving an orgasm or even enjoying a healthy sexual relationship.

There are over 20 FDA approved drugs, supplements and implants for men. There’s been a void in medicine when it comes to women and sexual dysfunction. There’s no Viagra, implants or magic pill. There is nothing for women.

Until now! Finally there is a treatment for women with sexual dysfunction, and it’s not an antidepressant. It’s a new treatment called the OShot® and it’s really a simple one. It’s a noninvasive treatment that has been developed by female doctors for female sexual dysfunction. The treatment uses the woman’s own blood, her platelets.

The O-Shot ® is a new procedure that starts by extracting PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, from the woman’s own blood. The PRP is then injected directly into the vaginal area. Her own platelets stimulate new blood flow, new nerve endings. As a result, she now has new and heightened sensitivity. It’s that simple and without a pill, or counseling.

For more information on the O-Shot ® procedure, call for an appointment, email me or just start by watching several of the videos on the procedure posted on my Web site below.

Terri Whiting PA-C
7204 Foothill Blvd, Suite A
Tujunga, Ca 91042
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