Dr. Wm. David Moore has had a long standing interest in improving sexual function and improved quality of life for his patients. As a board certified Ob/GYN, he has seen promise with the O-Shot. While individual responses do vary, many of my patients have reported increased vaginal lubrication, greater clitoral sensitivity, increased sexual responsiveness and enjoyment. The potential for orgasmic frequency and intensity may be enhanced. As a result, a greater sense of intimacy with their partner is achieved and benefit from an improved sense of self-confidence and well-being.
If you’re a woman suffering from low sexual desire, painful sex or decreased orgasm, we offer a revolutionary new procedure called the O-Shot. The O-Shot can greatly enhance pleasure and intimacy and to strengthen relationships for those already enjoying healthy relations. While there are many causes of this problem, many patients have also noted improvement with urinary stress incontinence.
We're here to help put the Ohhh back in your life!
CHRISTIAN WOMEN & SEXUAL ISSUES
Finding a setting to address intimacy and sexuality, that also respects Christian values may be difficult and uncomfortable. Dr. Moore respects these values and strives to create a safe place to address your concerns.
ARE YOU A CANDIDATE?
The O-Shot is non-surgical and safe procedure which can be beneficial for
Would like to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation
Experience pain with sex
Have vaginal dryness
Have reduced sexual responsiveness
Inability or difficulty in reaching Orgasm
Would like to have increased clitoral sensitivity and arousal
Better sex may lead to more energy, increased self-confidence, less depression, and improved overall health.
Remember, that this is not considered a disorder unless it's disrupting the quality of a woman's life.
The FDA has approved the process of collecting your own PRP.
Viagra has been wonderfully effective in helping men regain lost sexual functioning. Finally now there is something that offers that promise to women.
The only FDA approved treatment is the so called “Pink Pill” which has not been embraced by female patients nor medical practitioners.
Estrogen and Testosterone supplements are also available. While they me effective for some women, they have they have there own risk.
Adequate vaginal lubrication can also aid in making sex more comfortable. Dr. Moore recommends Platinum Pure Premium Lubricant Serum.
OUR PATIENT TESTIMONIALS
Client, age 53 , reported improved vaginal lubrication & increased clitoral sensitivity.
Client, age 54, stated "great benefit" & also helped with her Stress Urinary Incontinence.
Client, age 52, reported a clear improvement in her Lichen Sclerosus, which improved her sexual responsiveness.
Dr. Moore has been pleasantly surprised by many patients, who reported a feeling of more intimacy & closeness with their partner.
We have several patients who are willing to discuss their personal experience with you.
What is the O-Shot?
There aren’t many products on the market that are designed to improve a woman’s sexual experience. The O-Shot is a non-surgical in-office procedure that has shown promise in treating sexual dysfunction by rejuvenating nerves and that stimulate the Vagina and Clitoris in a way that positively impacts sexual function.
How does it work?
After drawing the patient’s blood, it goes through an FDA approved process that creates platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which is then injected into two topically numbed injection sites, with an ultra-thin needle.
The area of treatment is typically near the Clitoris and an area just inside the Vagina — the “O-Spot.”
The Clitoris itself is roughly size of a pea, and is estimated to have more than 8,000 sensory nerve endings. The entire Penis is estimated to have 20,000 sensory nerve endings.
These platelets act as growth factors that stimulate nerves and rejuvenate vaginal and clitoral tissue, making those areas more sensitive to touch. The O-Shot may improve orgasm, libido, vaginal dryness and sexual arousal.
Does the procedure hurt?
By using topical anesthetic prior to the procedure, the discomfort is minimal.
How long does the procedure take?
Approximately 45 minutes total time, with the procedure itself taking approximately 15 minutes.
Women now have a choice: The O-Shot.
Dr. Charles Runnels "O-Shot Book" may be borrowed from our office.
We recommend reading his book and watching videos located on this website and/or on Dr. Runel's website oshot.info