Dr. Charles Runels, MD, the inventor of the Orgasm Shot®, the Vampire Facelift® & Vampire Facial®, will make a guest appearance at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) this week (Feb 23-26) at the Grand Hyatt in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Runels along with Dr. Andrew Goldstein published a study last month in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology showing a new and effective treatment for lichen sclerosus using Orgasm Shot techniques; that research will be discussed at the meeting. Dr. Runels will also sign free copies of his book, Activate the Female Orgasm System.
The Orgasm Shot (also known as the O-Shot®) evolved out of Dr. Runels’ work with the Vampire Facelift® & Vampire Facial® procedures made famous by Kim Kardashian after she tweeted a photo of her face covered with blood and also featured the procedures on her reality TV show—all of these procedures use blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate tissue. The O-Shot® has been less publicized; but, since The Guardian recently did a feature article about Dr. Runels’ struggle to bring the procedure to the public even while personally on chemotherapy, the procedure gained much in popularity and is now offered in multiple universities and by around 800 physicians in 34 countries.
Dr. Runels said, “The best sex doctors and therapists come to the ISSWSH meetings. I’m looking forward to both learning from them and sharing with them more about the O-Shot® procedure. Presently, flibanserin (Addyi) is the one drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction—even though men have over twenty FDA approved treatments. Flibanserin gives an average of one extra sexual encounter per month, and does nothing for the treatment of dyspareunia. The O-Shot® uses a woman’s own blood (just like the Vampire Facelift®) and has been shown to help with dyspareunia, decreased desire, decrease lubrication, urinary incontinence, decreased orgasm & now with this latest research we see that it may help with lichen sclerosus.”
Physicians are encouraged to attend the meeting. Dr. Runels will freely offer interviews to the press at the meeting and will make himself readily available for comment by phone.
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