What to expect after the O-Shot® [Orgasm Shot®] procedure from the Inventor of the Procedure-Charles Runels, MD

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Charles Runels:

This recording is to help you understand what to expect after the O-Shot®, also called the Orgasm Shot® procedure.

Hello, my name is Charles Runels and I'm honored to talk with you about the procedure. During this recording, we'll discuss interstitial cystitis, chronic mesh pain, the appearance of the labia majora, lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, dyspareunia, incontinence, both stress and urge, orgasm and difficulty with orgasm, both with masturbation and with penis and vagina sex. That's a lot, so let's get started.

First of all, my thanks to the amazing people in our group. The Cellular Medicine Association governs the quality of provider, helps curate the information that's provided, and the observations that are seen by the members of our group. The Cellular Medicine Association helps finance research, and much of what I'm giving to you now has been gleaned from the amazing physicians and nurse practitioners in that group.

Blood is not governed by the FDA. The Food and Drug Administration governs food and drugs and devices. They don't govern blood, but the members of our group have agreed to use a device that is approved by the FDA to prepare the plasma that's used in the O-Shot or the Orgasm Shot. You should have had the procedure done by someone in our group. This is not just a shot to be done any way that might occur to someone. The structures around the urethra are very intricately and amazingly put together. The results can vary tremendously based on where the injection is placed, both in not only the results, but also the comfort can be completely pain-free or it could be excruciatingly painful depending on the skillset of the person doing it and their understanding of what it is we do. Be sure that that is done, and if you have a not so good experience, that you report your experience, good or bad, to the Cellular Medicine Association.

There is a blog on the O-Shot website, and there's also a survey that can be done for free, to help us understand what happens with people who have the procedure done. Request that your provider enroll you in that survey, which is done in a very private way using two HIPAA compliant, double password protected and very, very secure servers that never ask you for your name. That's not obligated. You're not obligated to participate, but we hope that you will, and all the members in our group have that capability to help us understand what's going on and how to further develop this.

There's been over 9,000 papers published in PubMed about platelet-rich plasma, and thus far, none of those research papers have demonstrated any severe infections or damage done from platelet-rich plasma, which is what you would expect since platelet-rich plasma is what the body uses to heal tissue. On the other hand, that doesn't mean that everything works out perfectly and that there are no side effects, so we should talk about that.

A review of some of the research (transcript continues below)...

First of all, in general, the plasma will go away after about nine days. The platelet-rich plasma contains platelets, which act like suitcases to carry growth factors and cytokines, over 20 of them, that then recruit stem cells from the bone marrow that come to the area and heal new tissue. Research has shown that platelet-rich plasma can help heal scars, help fight infection, down regulate the autoimmune response, help regrow new nerve. That's been demonstrated in multiple studies, like I said, over 9,000 studies in wounds healing, in dentistry and surgery over the past 15 years. We are applying that research in the area of the genitourinary space.

In general, and what we have seen in this procedure is that the plasma goes away at about three days. This is not a pharmacological effect, like if you take a pain medicine or if you take ... For example, if you have anesthesia, you immediately go to sleep, or if you take an IV shot of morphine, you immediately feel the effects. Because this involves growth of stem cells, then it takes time for that to grow. The beginnings of those effects from the actual growth usually start at about three weeks. Full effect is two to three months. In orthopedics, when using stem cells to help with tendon and bone, which grows much more slowly, full effect is six months to a year. Now, that doesn't mean there won't be effects the day of the procedure. Just like if you scrape your knee or if you have surgery and there's a laceration that's been sutured together, you can have symptoms of throbbing, you can have increased sensitivity, you can have decreased sensitivity, as with when you have a bruise it can feel boggy and decrease less sensitive. Then, when the healing comes, then things grow back.

That's exactly what happens with the O-Shot. In the beginning, people can have decreased sensation that can happen, last from a few days to a few weeks. They can have increased sensation with hypersexuality and almost inability to get relief with multiple strong orgasms. This is more rare, but it happens. They could have increased libido. They can have urgency when they, like the urge to urinate. They can have frequency. They can have sexual arousal with urination, almost any sensation you can imagine, burning, itching, all sorts of things, but what's usually observed by almost all women is nothing. Most women have a little spotting from the injection. There's a lot of blood flow down there so they have some spotting and may wear a pantyliner for the day. Just like if you had a shot, you might need a band-aid to keep it from bleeding a few drops on your clothing. In the same way, there might be a few drops of blood. That's about it. Most women, therefore, experience almost nothing for the first three weeks.

Then, things start to kick in. If they had pain, it starts to decrease and we'll get into more specifics of what happens during that time when we get to discussing each problem that is treated with the O-Shot, but most of the effects, the beneficial effects start to happen at three weeks and the symptoms that might be more a nuisance, like decreased sensation or hypersexuality, start to go away by that time.

Let's talk about the various problems that are treated with the O-Shot and how each might respond. Let's start with decreased libido. Decreased libido can be from so many things. It can be emotional, it can be endocrine or from hormones. It can be because of a relationship problem with a partner. It can be past history, say, if the person was abused or something of that nature. Libido involves a lot of things. It can also be a positive or a negative spiral. For example, if a woman starts to have sex and then she has pain, then she starts to associate sex with pain and then she develops decreased sex drive or libido. If she has a good experience, then she starts to associate sex with something wonderful and so her sex drive may go up.

It is very true that there's a very complicated system involving orgasm. The orgasm system is not the same as the reproductive system. A woman could have pregnancy without any sexual arousal at all, but it's because there's this complicated system, it doesn't mean ... Let me say that a different way. Anything in that system can affect it negative or positively. For example, we could give you the O-Shot, and you could have the healthiest vagina and clitoris on the planet, but if you're emotionally bothered by a really poor relationship or emotional trauma from when you were a child, then the O-Shot is not going to make you have an amazing sex life. If you have an extremely low testosterone level where it seems impossible to have a libido, could be the same thing.

On the other hand, you could have the most amazing relationship and perfectly balanced hormones, but if you have genitalia that are scarred and causing you pain or with lichen sclerosus or decreased sensation from nerve damage from riding a bicycle or decreased blood flow for whatever problem, diabetes, all the things that could affect the genitalia, then all the emotions in the world may not be sufficient to make things as good as they could be, so we do not claim that the O-Shot fixes everybody's sexual problems, but we do claim that healthy genitalia and the tissue of the genitalia is extremely important as part of the sexual or the orgasm system.

Back to libido. We have seen an extremely beneficial effect from the O-Shot, but all of those other things should be considered, endocrine relationship and emotional, especially testosterone levels should be ... The free testosterone levels should be in the upper level, normal for the woman, and she should have her prolactin level checked to make sure it's not too high.

What if the woman's trying to have an orgasm and she's never had an orgasm in her life? This is a very difficult problem and a very frustrating problem and affects about 10% of women. This is one of the less effective problems that the O-Shot helps, although we do have amazing results when it works. Women who've gone for many years and never had an orgasm in their life then start to have orgasm. We think what happens is that some women have less sensitivity in the area, and the O-Shot helps bring new blood flow and new nerve tissue to the area, allowing them to have a vaginal or clitoral orgasm, but, again, this one is more difficult because the problem can be so multifactorial. It's like saying shortness of breath, if I give you bronchodilators, which would help someone with asthma for shortness of breath, but the reason you're short of breath is you have carbon monoxide poisoning or you're profoundly anemic and don't have enough red cells to carry your oxygen, then the bronchodilators are not going to help, but it does not mean bronchodilators will not help the person who has bronchospasm from asthma, or maybe someone might have anemia or bronchospasm.

In the same way, our O-Shot does not make everyone well, say, for example, in the woman where everything is perfect with the labia and vagina and clitoris, but she's suffering from extreme problems emotionally because of abuse, the O-Shot may not help her.

On the other hand, it could be that the abuse was physical, as I have seen in the past, and the woman has scarring from extreme physical abuse, and then the culmination of the O-Shot, which helped the pain from the scarring so that she's now able to feel good and function again, gave her the confidence and to go out and seek a new relationship, so the physical helped the emotional healing. Listen to that again. A woman abused in the genitalia, scarring, extreme dyspareunia or pain with sexual intercourse, you could give her therapy all day long, every day, which she had for six, almost seven years before I treated her, but without effect, still leaving alone, and then after my O-Shot, the pain improved, her genitalia functioned more normally, she was able to have an orgasm more easily, sought a relationship. Her whole life was changed.

Again, with decreased libido, with decreased orgasm, it can be helpful, but it's not total story.

We estimate, from our surveys, that if the woman has never had an orgasm in her life and everything else has been optimized as much as possible, the O-Shot is going to help her have an orgasm for the first time in her life in 30-40% of the time. If the woman has had an orgasms and continues to have orgasms, but they're not as potent or as strong or as satisfying as they once were, this is a different matter. In this case, our O-Shot seems to help around 80% of the time.

Here again, the full effect appears to be around 8-12 weeks, so if you're not feeling much at two weeks, it's really too soon for the new nerve or the new blood flow or the new collagen to have even grown, so it does not mean that you will not have a satisfying result. Also, the procedure seems to be cumulative, just like it is with hair growth and treating the scar tissue in the face, which has been shown to help with acne scarring. Then, in those cases, the treatment is usually two to three treatments, about 6-12 weeks apart. Again, with our procedures, it also seems to be cumulative with the O-Shot for the various causes.

I recommend that you give the procedure at least eight weeks before you have it repeated, maybe even twelve depending on the severity and the strain on the relationship, etc., that might make you want to go sooner.

Here, it's worth mentioning the various devices that are used in concert with the O-Shot. If you have radiofrequency or laser or electromagnetic therapy used along with your O-Shot, I recommend that you have those procedures done first with the O-Shot following. It can be done immediately following on the same day, but it should be the energy first and then the O-Shot. The growth factors are small amino acid peptide chains, so just like insulin, the amino acids are strung together in a way that act like a code that talk to the cell tissue. Growth hormone is another one. These amino acid chains, if they're heated up, it denatures the protein, just like when you fry an egg, it changes the protein, and so they no longer code for the message. Therefore, if you gave an O-Shot on the same day, immediately after the O-Shot, if you did a laser treatment or radiofrequency, then you would undo what you had just accomplished with the laser or the radiofrequency.

The purpose of the laser or the radiofrequency is to incite damage that which then stimulates growth factors. We are injecting growth factors when we do the O-Shot, so it would enhance the effects of the laser or the radiofrequency, but if you do the O-Shot first, then you do the laser or the radiofrequency, you're going to fry the growth factors that you just injected and, therefore, denature them so that they don't work so well.

In the same way, if you do electromagnetic treatments to strengthen the pelvic floor, it's been shown that PRP can help recover muscle, as well. As a matter of fact, for a while, it was banned by the Olympic committee, although they don't ban it any longer, because PRP helps athletes recover. PRP's now commonly used by athletes of many different forms, Olympic athletes, football players, even very expensive racehorses. Having muscle stimulation with electromagnetic therapy and then using platelet-rich plasma in the area can be a dramatic, like a pro-football, Olympic treatment for the pelvic floor.

Let's talk about some of the other problems. Chronic interstitial cystitis, we are not sure why platelet-rich plasma helps, but it seems to help in a large percentage of the time, over half the time. It helps dramatically in women who have suffered for many years. We think this is because it both down regulates the autoimmune response and decreases inflammation with healing. In the short run, there can be an increase in inflammation. That's part of the healing process, but in the long run, it gets much better.

We have women, as I said, have suffered for many years, and we're not sure why. The whole idea of chronic interstitial cystitis is a difficult and painful problem. The O-Shot can be done in the normal manner. It doesn't have to be injected into the bladder. It's done in a normal manner around the paraurethral space, but we're using a volume enough that is going to coat the bladder and the urethra.

In women who have chronic mesh pain, we also see amazing results, again, because we think it's healing and decreasing some of the chronic inflammatory process that can go on with mesh. Some autopsy studies have shown that mesh wraps around the pudendal nerve, so if your doctor treats you for chronic mesh pain, you'll do the procedure in the same way, but there also may be some injections around the distribution of pudendal nerve.

With mesh pain, it doesn't usually go completely away, but we see a wonderful attenuation of that pain from say 10 to 2 or 8 down to 2 or 1, almost immediately, with full effect again being around two to three months out, but for some reason, platelet-rich plasma has an immediate attenuation in many women in this instance.

For lichen sclerosus, the usual protocol is that you're injected, and then whatever places are still itching or look sclerotic or cracking, bleeding, etc., can be retreated at six weeks out, and then, oftentimes, the women has no symptoms, even without steroids for up to a year afterwards.

Lichen planus has a similar effect. This can be a painful procedure. It's more painful than the others. With a regular O-Shot, some topical numbing cream and ice, a little local lidocaine block seems to be all that's required for most women, but lichen sclerosus, either oral agent or some nitrous may be necessary to help attenuate some of the pain during the procedure.

When treating women who suffer with pain, as dyspareunia from various causes, the symptoms will vary depending on the cause. For example, if a woman has pelvic floor tenderness, she can put her finger or the physician can put his or her finger on the pelvic floor, and we produce the pain. That's often treated with [inaudible 00:21:38] injection. We have found treating with platelet-rich plasma can lead to a better result, and the good thing about platelet-rich plasma, both in pelvic floor pain and with lichen sclerosus, is we're doing something that enhances the immune system versus cortisone, which decreases the immune system. We do not know what long-term use of low-dose steroids do to the risk for various viral causes of cancer. In theory, it might make a woman more susceptible, although we don't know that. However, platelet-rich plasma enhances the immune system and we would hope, my hope, decrease her chances of the viral illnesses that might cause cancer to wreak their havoc.

Also, a woman with lichen sclerosus has a 10% chance of squamous cell carcinoma, and we are hoping that the true antiinflammatory effects of lichen sclerosus as it attenuates, or of platelet-rich plasma in lichen sclerosus as it attenuates the autoimmune response might help decrease. We have to do the studies to find out, but we think it could help decrease the incidence of squamous cell carcinoma in lichen sclerosus.

Back to dyspareunia, if the woman has an episiotomy that causes pain, which they don't always do, if she has an episiotomy scar that's bleeding and cracking and causing pain, the O-Shot is absolutely the bomb, works amazingly well in this condition.

If she has really thin tissue in that area, she may need to be injected more than once, maybe two or three times with 8-12 weeks between treatments, but amazing, amazing results here.

If she's got pain from fibroids, she needs surgery. If she has pain from big ovarian cysts, that's not something the O-Shot's going to help.

Before the O-Shot is used for pain, there should be understanding of what's causing the pain, although not all pain is completely well understood and, oftentimes, the woman is left with an unsatisfying diagnosis, but if there is a surgical cause for the pain, then the O-Shot is not the treatment. If she needs a hysterectomy, she needs a hysterectomy, or if she needs treatment for ovarian cysts, that should be done, not an O-Shot.

If a woman has pain because of a small introitus, the usual treatment is gradually increasing dilators. In this case, you would do the same, only add to that treatment, an O-Shot prior to the dilator use.

The wonderful thing about platelet-rich plasma, again, after over 9,000 papers published in PubMed, there's never been an incidence of a serious side effect, as in a serous infection, never been a documented causing cancer, there's never been a documentation of any serious granuloma, none of those things, unlike, say, for example, midurethral slings, which we know can interfere with the nerves of sexual pleasure. Midurethral slings are a good procedure when they work, and I'm not saying they shouldn't be done, but it's perfectly reasonable to try a nonsurgical option first, especially when we know that the symptoms and side effects when a sling goes wrong are much more severe than what's ever been documented with platelet-rich plasma.

For stress incontinence, what can happen is that when that platelet-rich plasma turns to a fibrin matrix, sometimes, the woman can experience relief of her stress incontinence that day, but then the matrix gets replaced by normal tissue, and it could be that her incontinence starts to come back over the next week or two, and then, as the new tissue grows from three weeks to three months, it improves again. If it's not completely relieved, she should consider having it repeated at eight to twelve weeks. There does seem to be some synergy with stress incontinence if she has radiofrequency or laser treatment or a electromagnetic pelvic floor treatment prior to the O-Shot.

Urge incontinence surprisingly also works very well with the O-Shot. That most likely is from the nerves growing, and there are multiple papers showing that PRP causes new nerves to generate, so this can happen, but nerves grow very slowly, so if you're treated mixed incontinence, where's there a component of urge incontinence, then plan on at least eight to twelve weeks before you see the effects of it, and you most likely will want to have a repeat treatment done and then decide after the second treatment whether it was effective or not.

Thank you for listening. I hope this helps clear up some of the general ideas relating to this procedure. We have over 1,000 physicians in over 50 countries we've done. We're approaching now 100,000 procedures. This is an extremely revolutionary procedure, and I'm honored to be cooperating with all the amazing providers in our group, and I encourage you to see the provider that took care of you, whether your results was wonderful or if it was not so wonderful, so that we can better take care of you and better learn about how to choose the best candidate for the procedure and how to develop the procedure so that it might work better.

I'm honored to speak with you, and I hope that you'll let me know how you do. Remember, our survey is extremely important, and sharing your data could help us plan future research and help many thousands of women in the future. Thank you.

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Olivia: Are we good? Are we going? Hey guys! Olivia here with another episode of Distractify Live or Daily Dose of Useful Distraction. I'm here with Cindy Barshop who you might recognize from the Real Housewives of New York City, but we're here for an entirely different reason. She's the founder of VSPOT Medispa. Did I get that right?

Cindy Barshop: Correct.

Olivia: VSPOT Medispa.

Cindy Barshop: The fountain of youth for your vagina.

Olivia: The fountain of youth for your vagina. We're here to talk about vaginas. Woo!

Cindy Barshop: Woo hoo!

Olivia: I guess why did you start this?

Cindy Barshop: I started it because of my own personal problem and I really believe in sexuality and feeling good about yourself. This whole place is, sorry men, not for you, but it's about women-

Olivia: Sorry, Michael.

Cindy Barshop: And feeling good about yourself, having orgasms just, like a man does. As you get older, and I'm not talking that much older. Not my age older, but like 35 older. Lubrication, tightening. If you had a baby, it gets a little smaller. Friction. It's all about the women enjoying sex more, which is good for you guys, too, because then we want it more.

Olivia: Women watching and men that are watching, please ask your questions, like and share this video on Facebook. We want everyone to get their questions out there about sexual health, about vaginal rejuvenation, and then we have a little fun thing that we did today that we could talk about.

Cindy Barshop: Okay, good.


Olivia: First of all, let me just say why are vaginas and sex such a taboo subject to talk about and why are you okay with talking about it?

Cindy Barshop: I'm here to make sure other women talk about that because the more we talk about it, the more we could get it out there for everybody. It's not a taboo subject. Feeling good about yourself? That should not be taboo. And taking care of yourself right now by doing the femilift and all these different treatments, you're making yourself feel good and healthy. It's like doing a million kegels. How many years have they talked about kegels? Even my grandmother-

Olivia: My mom taught me about kegeling when I was, like, 15.

Cindy Barshop: The whole world doesn't know how to kegel, but now-

Olivia: Kegeling is important.

Cindy Barshop: Kegeling's important. Okay, but you could do one million kegels in one minute with this treatment. Oo, ding.

Olivia: Oops. You mentioned the femilift.

Cindy Barshop: Mm-hmm (affirmative).

Olivia: You do this at the Medispa.

Cindy Barshop: Yes.

Olivia: Tell everyone what the femilift is.

Cindy Barshop: Basically, what I was talking about before is it's actually regenerating tissue to make it healthy inside your body. It's like doing the 50 million kegels in five minutes. If you have any problem with dryness, which you may say, "Oh, I'm fine," but you could be better. If there's anything with, "Oops, I peed in my pants because I laughed so much."

Olivia: It happens.

Cindy Barshop: Which is very normal. And if you want to get a little more friction when you're in the bedroom, you come in. No pain, no downtime, no risk.

Olivia: Really nice. Then, something that we both shared in today.

Cindy Barshop: [crosstalk 00:02:43] I gave you what?

Olivia: I received an orgasm today, and so did you.

Cindy Barshop: Yes, I did. We did it together.

Olivia: Yeah, we did it together. If you go to Distractify Snapchat, I documented my entire experience and Cindy's experience with the O Shot. Talk about what the O Shot is.

Cindy Barshop: Okay. A lot of times women orgasm, but it takes a long time to orgasm or none of us orgasm while we're having sex. We have to kind of a little rubbing here and there. With this, it allows you to orgasm quickly, but not too quickly, and allows you to kind of intensify it, and then there's some women who really don't have great orgasms. Basically, what we're doing is we're taking your own blood, platelet rich plasma.

Olivia: Right here.

Cindy Barshop: How come I didn't get a bandaid?

Olivia: You must've [crosstalk 00:03:26].

Cindy Barshop: Anyway, straight from there. It's injected into the hood, which we learned today.

Olivia: The hood.

Cindy Barshop: And the g-spot, and it actually pushes it out. It's all good.

Olivia: There's no pain involved, which I experienced today. I thought it was important to get the shot myself to talk about it and make sure that everyone knows it's not a lie. There's no pain involved. I felt nothing. I felt pressure, but normal pressure.

Cindy Barshop: You know I had no pain.

Olivia: Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: I have the world renowned gynecologist, Dr. Caroline Delucia.

Olivia: Okay.

Cindy Barshop: She is a specialist in women's sexual health. Show your face, please.

Olivia: Come in here, say hi to everyone.

Cindy Barshop: Hi. She just did the [crosstalk 00:04:04].

Dr. Delucia: Hi.

Cindy Barshop: She did it with us.

Olivia: She's been really busy today with our vaginas.

Cindy Barshop: And everybody else's.

Olivia: Thank you.

Dr. Delucia: My pleasure.

Olivia: If you have any questions, make sure to ask, ladies, about VSPOT, about the O Shot. There's probably a lot of frequently asked questions that you get all the time.

Cindy Barshop: Yeah, there's tons of them. One, does it hurt, or am I going to be orgasming when I'm walking? No, you're not. Is it healthy, is there any downside, or any risk? There's no risk. You're using your own blood, but I will tell you this. Make sure you go to a gynecologist to get it done who's been certified by Dr. Delucia because she trains everybody. It makes a difference. You're not going to go to a, I don't know, any doctor club. This is what I get sometimes. Can I say this?

Olivia: Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: How much is it? Really? How much is it? We're talking about the best in the world.

Olivia: The best ever. How much is it?

Cindy Barshop: Too much for you, then. For the O Shot, it's 2500.

Olivia: It's totally worth it. I already love it. I already love it, so I'm gonna keep everyone posted and tell everyone what I think of my experience with the O Shot.

Cindy Barshop: Good, you should.

Olivia: I guess what stages of life do you see women in here?

Dr. Delucia: All stages.

Olivia: All stages?

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely. Someone young like yourself who just wants good to be better, and there's no harm in that. Really it just magnifies the pleasure that you can derive from [crosstalk 00:05:30].

Cindy Barshop: A lot of moms.

Dr. Delucia: A lot of moms.

Cindy Barshop: Lots of moms. That's a big thing. Mostly it's either your age who like the better sex, unless there's a little problem and they don't lubricate enough.

Olivia: Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: Well, not even looking for more. Increased desire increases relationships, I think. You have no choice

Olivia: I feel like men are probably a really big fan of this, as well.

Cindy Barshop: Of course.

Olivia: It helps relationships.

Cindy Barshop: The pleasure. Wait a minute-

Dr. Delucia: Exactly.

Cindy Barshop: Think about taking the pill. Every guy out there, you should buy your girlfriend an orgasm in a box for the holidays. You know why?

Olivia: I received an orgasm today and I know a lot of men would probably like it if their women also experienced an orgasm.

Cindy Barshop: It takes the pressure off.

Olivia: It's a lot less pressure.

Cindy Barshop: A lot less work. It feels better for the woman.

Olivia: You guys, ask your questions about vaginas. We're here to talk about vaginas. How many times can I say vagina in one video?

Cindy Barshop: Never enough.

Olivia: Please like and share this if you're interested in vaginas or if you're interested in what VSPOT is doing. How can people find VSPOT/-

Cindy Barshop: They can just go online. VSPOT Medi, M-E-D-I, Spa, S-P-A, or call, or call!

Olivia: Call.

Cindy Barshop: Call 1-800. Wait, I don't even know. 408-VSPOT. That's it?

Olivia: Oh, I have it. Here.

Cindy Barshop: Oh right.

Olivia: We'll put it on the comments section below with the website, since no one can remember a random phone number. I do want to say I don't want women to come here because they feel like they are not good enough in bed or this is their problem.

Cindy Barshop: Thank you for bringing it up. It's about empowering women. It's about empowering women to take control of your life and your sexuality to make sure you feel good. There's no reason. How many times, let's be honest, we're like, "Oh, you're great." That's the truth. How many times ... Have you ever done it, said, "You're great,"?

Olivia: Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: No, everybody's gonna be great. But then, there's also-

Olivia: Everyone's so great.

Cindy Barshop: I know, but then everyone's gonna be good. It's gonna be like, "Oh." No, no. The other thing is we really do help women, especially moms who've gone through the child birth. Nothing bounces back. This is simple, it's painless, it's not surgery. This technology has caught up right now. We don't have to kegel anymore. I'm not saying don't exercise, but take care of something that's so important in your life.

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely.

Olivia: I'm kegeling right now.

Cindy Barshop: You don't have to kegel anymore.

Olivia: Well, I am, just-

Dr. Delucia: Just because it's fun because it feels really good right now.

Olivia: Can you tell? Random question. I'm comparing my vagina, the surgery ... Not the surgery, the procedure that I just did, like I'm a vampire and I just sucked my blood into my vagina.

Dr. Delucia: Yes.

Olivia: That's kind of ... I'm trying to put it into non medical terms for people.

Dr. Delucia: The vampire vagina.

Olivia: The vampire vagina.

Cindy Barshop: The guy who started it, right? With the vampire facial. It's the same idea.

Dr. Delucia: That's right, Dr. Charles Runels. Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: You're taking your own blood and you're putting it in your vagina.

Dr. Delucia: Yes.

Cindy Barshop: I like that, the VSPOT Vampire Vagina.

Olivia: Vampire Vagina. What kind of testimonials have you heard from women who have come in and gotten either the femilift, or the O spot?

Cindy Barshop: Can I say [inaudible 00:08:30]?

Dr. Delucia: Please.

Cindy Barshop: I have to tell you, this is one of the best businesses I've ever been in because it makes me feel good when they come back and they basically say, "You changed my life." If you can't have sex, and you're not lubricated enough, and you're not orgasming, and now you are, think about it. It really, really makes you feel good.

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely. The whole thing about these procedures is that it's away of women being able to voice their desires in their own female sexual health to improve their participation in intimacy. I think that we all should enjoy it, and we shouldn't have to fake it, and we should be able to really feel fantastic. When that happens, everyone's happier in that moment.

Olivia: Yes.

Cindy Barshop: I'll say one thing.

Olivia: Yeah, what?

Cindy Barshop: I did it, right, for incontinence because I used to pee a little in my pants.

Olivia: She pees, she pees.

Cindy Barshop: Think about this. Just think about a scenario. I couldn't wear a skirt when I went out, I couldn't wear silk because, oops, how embarrassing is that. When I worked out, I had to wear a pad.

Olivia: I almost told a really embarrassing story of my mom's just now, but I'm gonna keep it locked, but it involved peeing. [crosstalk 00:09:38]

Cindy Barshop: As you get older, peeing doesn't seem like the same thing. After you have a baby-

Olivia: Michael, stop.

Cindy Barshop: When you have parents who are older, all you do is talk about what comes out of the body.

Olivia: It's always, it's always.

Cindy Barshop: Thank god we're only on the pee level.

Olivia: Reminder, we're at VSPOT Medispa. I've along with Cindy, the founder, just got the O Shot and I've had five orgasms just sitting here. Just kidding, but it is national chocolate chip cookie day and I might eat a cookie and, whoop, there it goes. Okay.

Cindy Barshop: Who's going to be eating the cookie? Where are you gonna put the cookie? I didn't mean it ... I did mean it like that.

Olivia: In my vagina. Okay. Will there ever be a P Shot for men?

Dr. Delucia: There is a P Shot for men.

Olivia: Michael!

Dr. Delucia: It's called the Priapus Shot and it works miraculously. Again, we draw blood, we spin it down, we take the platelet rich plasma, and we inject it directly into the penis, painlessly at that.

Olivia: Painlessly.

Dr. Delucia: Once again, it works on erectile tissue. It's for magnifying erections, making them stronger, better, more durable, things like that. They can help men with premature ejaculation and just the effectiveness of their erection.

Olivia: This is amazing.

Dr. Delucia: It's fantastic.

Olivia: If anyone has any questions for these professionals or just [inaudible 00:10:58] now, I'd be happy to answer from a personal perspective. If not, we have rapid fire coming on.

Cindy Barshop: What's rapid fire?

Olivia: Rapid fire is my favorite part, and I think everyone's favorite part. Don't take this too serious, okay? Let's have fun.

Cindy Barshop: Okay, go.

Olivia: We're gonna have fun. Okay. You can both answer, whatever. Favorite sex position?

Cindy Barshop: 69.

Olivia: 69?

Dr. Delucia: Mine?

Olivia: Yes.

Dr. Delucia: Probably me on top.

Olivia: You on top? Woo! Yes, queens. I like it from behind. Your least favorite sex position?

Cindy Barshop: Blow jobs. That's embarrassing.

Dr. Delucia: Is that a sex position?

Olivia: I-

Cindy Barshop: I don't know. I was just thinking about sex, what comes to my head first. That's what came to it.

Olivia: Blow jobs. She doesn't like them.

Cindy Barshop: I'm not into.

Olivia: If they had the P Shot maybe, though.

Cindy Barshop: Yeah.

Olivia: Maybe then. Least favorite, okay we did that. Favorite type of vibrator or do you like vibrators?

Cindy Barshop: I'm beginning to love vibrators.

Olivia: Yeah?

Cindy Barshop: I have [inaudible 00:11:57]. Honestly, [inaudible 00:12:01]. It looks like the [inaudible 00:12:02]. I wish I had it.

Olivia: Where is it?

Cindy Barshop: It's in the other room.

Olivia: Okay.

Cindy Barshop: Wait, this is the coolest thing. We actually had this vibrator [inaudible 00:12:11]. It's to help with urinary incontinence, but it also has a rabbit on it. Then, it has this micro current. I'm telling you, I orgasm internally with it.

Olivia: Really?

Cindy Barshop: I'll give you one.

Olivia: I'll take one. I want to [inaudible 00:12:24].

Dr. Delucia: I took one.

Olivia: Woo! Best piece of advice for women struggling to orgasm besides getting-

Cindy Barshop: Besides getting the shot? I would say kegel, use a lot of vibrators, and know where your spot is.

Dr. Delucia: Yeah, learn your own body. I think that's the biggest thing is don't be shy in exploring and experimenting. I think that women need to be comfortable to do that. Once they figure that out, they can guide their partner in doing the same.

Olivia: Yes.

Cindy Barshop: Let's not make a joke of it. I don't believe in the whole mirror thing, look in a mirror and all that. I don't believe in that.

Dr. Delucia: Oh no.

Olivia: I've never done that.

Cindy Barshop: Okay, good.

Olivia: That's not ... yeah. Estimate how many orgasms have you faked in your lifetime.

Cindy Barshop: Oh, god. I mean, I can't count it.

Olivia: Like, I can't. It's so many.

Cindy Barshop: No, I've pretty much faked it with everybody I've been with at one point.

Olivia: Could you win an Emmy for your-

Cindy Barshop: No.

Olivia: Can you fake one right now?

Dr. Delucia: Cindy Barshop faking an orgasm.

Olivia: Cindy Barshop fakes an orgasm on Facebook Live.

Dr. Delucia: I suck at that.

Cindy Barshop: Come on, come on. Imagine you're fucking some [inaudible 00:13:36].

Olivia: Alright, alright. It's the shot, it's the shot. We're getting [crosstalk 00:13:42].

Cindy Barshop: [crosstalk 00:13:43] in this?

Olivia: Yeah, we do it all the time.

Cindy Barshop: Okay.

Olivia: True or false ... Oh, actually we already did that. True or false, woman on top is the best way to orgasm.

Dr. Delucia: Yes, it is.

Cindy Barshop: Really?

Olivia: Yes.

Dr. Delucia: Yes.

Olivia: Okay.

Dr. Delucia: Yeah, because we're in control. We can control the depth of penetration, plus the amount of friction necessary. That's why.

Cindy Barshop: Really?

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely.

Olivia: Everyone out there, ladies, let's try living on top tonight, huh?

Dr. Delucia: If you haven't tried it, it's liberating.

Olivia: Okay, this is true or false and I hate this kind of stereotype. If her vagina is loose, she's been around the block.

Cindy Barshop: False.

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely false. Absolutely false. No. There is no correlation and there's no way to tell. Looseness. Matter of fact, a woman who's truly aroused will be pretty loose. That just means maybe he's doing his job.

Olivia: Good job dudes, but don't judge her if it's loose.

Dr. Delucia: Exactly, exactly.

Olivia: Just take pride, take pride.

Dr. Delucia: Enjoy it, enjoy it. Exactly.

Olivia: Okay, last true or false. Your vagina looks the same for your whole life.

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely false.

Cindy Barshop: False.

Olivia: False.

Dr. Delucia: False.

Cindy Barshop: Sorry.

Dr. Delucia: We go through changes. Does our face look the same throughout our entire life?

Olivia: Certainly not.

Dr. Delucia: Therefore, it helps ... And do men's genitalia look the same their whole life?

Olivia: No.

Cindy Barshop: No.

Dr. Delucia: Neither does [crosstalk 00:14:58].

Cindy Barshop: But we can make it look pretty without surgery.

Dr. Delucia: Absolutely, we can-

Cindy Barshop: [crosstalk 00:15:01] the surgery.

Dr. Delucia: Yeah.

Olivia: Okay, this is a question for you. You don't have to answer. Will you be showing up on the Real Housewives of New York.

Cindy Barshop: I don't know.

Dr. Delucia: She doesn't know.

Cindy Barshop: You mean this year?

Olivia: Whenever.

Cindy Barshop: I think I'm on it next week.

Olivia: Okay, well everyone [inaudible 00:15:17].

Cindy Barshop: [inaudible 00:15:19].

Olivia: I was a big fan and then I met her and I was like, "You're the coolest human being alive." Is there anything I forgot about VSPOT?

Cindy Barshop: No, I think she covered it. I love you. I think you're awesome.

Olivia: I love you guys.

Cindy Barshop: I think you're fun.

Olivia: I love vaginas.

Dr. Delucia: I think [crosstalk 00:15:34].

Olivia: I think we should do-

Cindy Barshop: Wait a minute, you love vaginas and-

Olivia: I mean-

Cindy Barshop: Lets clarify the line vagina.

Olivia: I love the fact that we are empowering women to love their vaginas.

Dr. Delucia: Yes!

Olivia: That was what I meant to say.

Dr. Delucia: I think that's wonderful.

Olivia: We're going to put the link to your website and the phone number in the comments section. Ladies, if you are too shy to comment or whatever, this is in New York City where?

Cindy Barshop: Call and we can answer all your questions. Honestly, this should feel good and comfortable.

Olivia: Yeah.

Cindy Barshop: I would pretty much answer the phone 50% of the time, so you could get me and we'll talk about it.

Olivia: Maybe I'll be here getting something else.

Cindy Barshop: We're always together.

Olivia: Because I love coming to you.

Cindy Barshop: We've become BFFs.

Olivia: Yeah. Oh my gosh, I got my O Shot today and it was the best experience, pain free, and amazing. Loved it and I can't wait to have some orgasms while I'm eating cookies today because it might happen. [inaudible 00:16:30] have an orgasm today.

Dr. Delucia: Cookie day?

Olivia: Today, I might. Go follow on Snapchat @distractify because I'm going to be live snapping the Drake and Future concert. We'll be back tomorrow at 2:30-