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  1. Dear Dr Runels,
    Thank you for all your work to help the sexually dysfunctional woman. I am 61y/o and not had a vaginal orgasm, ever , until I had vagina rejuvenation procedure and the O shot.! I had removal of uterus and ovaries in my late 30s and 20 yrs of menopause w pain and severe dryness, causing tearing of vaginal mucosa w penetration- resulted in an abstinence of intercourse for the last 5-6 yrs w our intimacies, libido was nil. Since my procedures last fall 2015 and O shot (dr elhorr). , and my husbands P Shot– we can’t get enough of each other-!! Not only is there more tightness, my moisture is unbelievable! Btw- I now have multiple vaginal orgasms with an ejaculate! Wth! My libido is in hyper mode .Beyond all mine and my husband’s (of 35 yrs) expectations . He calls me his “tight faucet” , and says that I’m tighter and wetter than when we were courting 36 yrs ago!! Imagine that– the O shot made my “normal” better!
    Wow, thank you for all your contributions to women’s sexual health.
    Respectfully,
    Allan and Cheryl

    • Hello Allan & Cheryl,

      Thank you very much for your kind words and your courage. I’m sure others will be encouraged and helped by your story.

      Though nothing works all the time for all people, the majority of people who receive the O-Shot® do see improvement. Though I was the first to use PRP to treat the female (O-Shot®) and the male genitalia (Priapus Shot®), it’s been the collective efforts of our amazing provider group (http://oshot.info/members/diretory) and the courage of the people (like the two of you) who have trusted us with their health and their intimate relationships that have allowed us to move forward.

      Though we now have physicians in 17 countries and most major cities in the US, most gynecologists and urologists are still not offering the procedure. It usually takes and average of 20 years for most therapies to become standard of care: 10 years to prove the effectiveness and 10 years for doctors to adopt the new procedure and it’s only been 7 years since I first started doing these procedures. For example, the first heart cath was done in the 1940’s. The procedure was not widely done until over 20 years later.

      Thank you again for your courage in helping us find a better way to keep marriages together and to reclaim healthy sexual functioning. And, Thank You Very Much for having the courage to educate people who need the procedure and the physicians who should be offering the procedure.

      Very best regards,
      Charles Runels, MD
      Inventor of the O-Shot® procedure

      • I agree, Dr Runels and Dr Seiler, I work for the last 40 yrs in health care and I have seen first hand the great advancements and results with PRP technology used with plastic, orthopedic and most recently our cardiovascular surgeries.
        It was frustrating, as a menopausal woman, to find that there was no effective solutions to the difficulties myself and my husband were suffering in our relationship The physicians I work professionally and as their patient had little effective treatment or answers for us. Dr Runels email about the plane crash and impending doom –hit home — I couldn’t accept that fate, so 3 yrs ago, We researched options– all was cutting edge technology, with pioneer research physicians, like Dr Runels– that gave us hope. We were very fortunate to have these amazing results–this connection to my husband has never been stronger– Caring Physicians with your foresight and brillance, Dr Runels, have done a great service to women of all ages.
        You’re our Hero, thank you so much.

        Sincerely, Cheryl Nagengast

        PS: I share my amazing results with all my peers (female) and friends .

    • Hi Cheryl and Allan, just wanted to quickly say thanks for the great feedback and i am so glad you have seen such great results. My patients have had great success too with these procedures and I agree with Dr. Runels’ comment about the time it takes for procedures to be accepted and become standard, but we are trying to pioneer the waters!

  2. My wife has had female problems for the last 17 years. We have a provider that doesn’t cover more that take a pill. After her historectuimy she lost interest in sex-completely. What are our chances of rekindling our relationship ?
    KFL

    • If things changed after the hysterectomy, then she’s likely got some hormonal issues as well (especially if she also had an oophorectomy at the same time). The O-Shot will help improve the vaginal tissue but look at the last chapter of this book and talk with your physician about the hormonal issues.

  3. hi i have linchen sclerosus, the o- shot will that help with the itching, stinging , and burning ?

    • Yes! Not in everyone, but in most. New research coming soon (out for publication). But, should be done intelligently by someone who understands both the O-Shot® procedure and lichen sclerosus.

      • I have been a lichen sclerosis sufferer for 20 yrs and still premenopausal. Where can I find a practitioner ? I am in Fl but willing to travel to find help

        • I have a great Dr in Phoenix he’s a Vulva specialist I also have lichen sclerosis and am going to get the o shot soon his name is Dr. Brooks I hope I’m allowed to tell you

  4. I sadly have to say the o-shot have done nothing for me.I have spent $1500 and went back to the doctor and was told to get the testosterone pallet now.She said it would be great in combination to the o-shot.This would cost me more money.I was bot offered for anothet shot unless I pay full price.I would really consider thinking about paying so much money on something that is not working.

    • I’m very sorry that you were not helped. But, would you tell someone with cancer to not do chemo because only 85% are cured just because 15% are not? And the O-Shot® is much safer than chemo.

      The shot alone does not cure everyone just like one therapy alone often does not sure many other medical problems. Sex is a complicated system and we freely admit that other factors including hormones and relationships and other drugs you may be affect the outcome. The book here explains the whole system (free if you have a kindle).
      http://amzn.to/20SlWKR

      Did you use one of our providers? All of our providers will stand behind the results. But we admit there’s a 15% failure rate (depending upon the outcome desired). The most difficult to treat problem is “never had an orgasm in my life.” What particularly is your problem? I would follow the advice of your doctor or seek another doctor but do not give up…the whole system must be looked at.

      Hope you find healing…don’t quit.

  5. I am interested in the treatment of liChen sclerosus not the O-shot. I have good sensation and multiple orgasms. I am having surgery to remove a section of lichen sclerosus as mine is very aggressive.

    • Very good point. Some think because it’s called the O-Shot that’s it’s just for orgasms. The O-Shot® is used for many women to help with urinary incontinence who already enjoy amazing sex. And some women get the O-Shot for urinary incontinence who don’t want to have sex at all…they live alone but want to just be able to walk or laugh without leaking. Same for lichen…the O-Shot is simply a way of using very carefully prepared PRP used in a specific way to rejuvenate and heal vaginal tissue. The procedure varies with the person and the goals but you wouldn’t just make a broken finger better to play piano but not fix the same finger because your not interested in say catching a football..you fix the finger and then what you do with it is up to you! The O-Shot helps heal vaginal tissue…that can improve the pain of lichen scleorus and the cracking and bleeding…it can help dry urinary incontinence…and when the tissue gets healthier, in some women, sex is better…but there’s no rule that you have to have sex or that you can’t get the procedure just because sex is already good.

      The O-Shot is a way of making vaginal, labial, peri-urethral tissue healthier. What happens when you go home is up to you. If you’re a little girl with lichen sclerosus…it’s got nothing at all to do with sex at the present time…it’s just about getting the tissue healthier. If you’re a single mother living with your children and not interested in dating men but want to calm down your bladder from leaking when you go to the YMCA to jump rope, then that’s wonderful, the O-Shot will probably help you. You don’t have to have sex or even think about sex to get the procedure.

  6. Im 20 years old have great orgasms, stay moist but I would love to increase the pleasure. Also, I often bleed lightly would this improve the bleeding? am I too young?

    • Often young women will have bleeding from reopening of scar tissue formed during delivery (episiotomy scars for example). Other forms of bleeding cookie include genital mismatch (which we can also help) or various dermatological problems (some we can help, like lichen, and for some the O-Shot would not be appropriate (like squamous cell). Visiting one of our doctors for a close examination would be helpful.

      • my partner is on the larger side. I have had no kids, I am overall pretty healthy. because I bleed I can’t get the O shot at all, thats a bummer

        • Bleeding alone, if only because smaller or because your partner is large, does not keep you from having the O-Shot® procedure. It’s just that if you’re bleeding someone should examine you to see why. For example, one woman we treated keep bleeding every time she had sex. The bleeding was coming from where she had an episiotomy scar from a previous delivery of a large baby. After bleeding for YEARS, every time she had sex, the quit bleeding and had comfortable sex after the 3rd O-Shot procedure (each time she got a little better as the thin tissue improved).

          On the other hand, if a woman had squamous cell cancer and that’s the reason for bleeding, then the treatment would be surgery.

          Please know that the VAST majority of bleeding is NOT cancer. But, if you have something that needs to be removed, it should be removed. If you have think or poorly healing tissue that needs to be rejuvenated/thickened with better blood flow and nerve supply and increase collagen, then the O-Shot® would be exactly what you need.

          Point of all of this…the O-Shot® could be your healing but someone should examine you to find the etiology of the bleeding then chose the appropriate treatment. Those of our providers who are dermatologists or gynecologists or primary care physicians who do many pelvic exams would be best able to determine the cause of bleeding (click).< --

    • I agree with the admin comment. this procedure can help increase sexual pleasure in patients without dysfunction. However, i would strongly encourage you seeing your OBGYN about the bleeding first to rule out other problems.

  7. Has any provider used this procedure on a diabetic patient? Is it safe for that population of patients who’s sexual dysfunction may be a result of their disease?

  8. Hi Diane,

    I am an Ob-Gyn doctor trained by Dr. Runels and I have a special interest in Lichen Sclerosus. I live outside of New Orleans and my office number is 9858454111. If you call my office I would be happy to talk to you and I think I could help you.

    Kathleen Posey MD FACOG FAAFRM

  9. How much is it to get the oshot
    And is it guaranteed to work
    I have and upside down uteris and have issues climaxing. Wanted to find something affordable I could to do help mysel

    • You can resume all normal activities including intercourse immediately afterwards. Some patients have mild discomfort for a very short period of time afterwards and may wait a day or two, but it is safe immediately after.

  10. I have not seen a lot of reviews made by customers about their results , maybe because it’s still new to public . I am going to try my shot with dr Peggy Pruchnicki in Las Vegas . She is very nice BTW. I am super exited , my next post will be with about my results . I think that would help a lot to spread the word . I hope it will work from the first shot , I can’t afford the second one if I have to repeat , as I understand each shot is at the same price regardless . I am 28 ,mother and wife , looking forward to improve my sexual response and I would really hope the O -shot is the best gift for myself . I have never had a vaginal orgasm …so sad ….

  11. I recently had the O-shot performed by Dr. Kathleen Posey. I went to Dr. Posey because she has been highly trained in the procedure. I found her to be extremely knowledgable in all aspects of gynecology, as well as many health issues. The shot has helped me tremendously. I am 62 and was having a lot of stress incontinence (with coughing, sneezing, etc.). To my great satisfaction, this almost never happens anymore. My sex drive was okay, but the O-shot improved that, too. My orgasms are much more intense than they have ever been. It is my opinion that, for a lot of women, this procedure is well worth consideration.

  12. I am 23 years old , and I have never had an orgasm through intercourse! I do have orgasms through oral sex activities, but sometimes when in the process of Intercourse I experience some pain or it just gets hard to fully get into it since it just doesn’t feel as good as oral sex. Would the shot help with getting great sensations with intercourse as well as orgasm ?

    • JJ, this treatment should help you for those reasons. It has helped many patients. I would suggest that you have a gynecological check if you haven’t in the recent past to make sure that everything else is ok, including hormones, to rule out any other causes. If everything else checks out ok then, the O-Shot should help to rejuvenate and strengthen the tissue and improve your symptoms. Just make sure that you go to a certified O-Shot Provider.

  13. I think the O shot would help you. Look at the
    Providers list and found a doctor near you. Take care . I would also have your testosterone level checked. Take care .
    Kathleen Posey FACOG FAARFM

  14. I would also like to especially encourage trials specifically for vestibuladynia (vulvar vestibulitis) in addition to the Vulvodynia trial already planned.

    Pelvic pain is broken down into many subcategories, including pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and pudendal neuralgia, as well as other pelvic nerve neuralgias. I’d like to encourage trials in various subcategories. I know there would be a lot of interest if successful.

  15. I had issue with Urinary Incontinence, when bending, sneezing, coughing, just about anything I would leak. I wore mini pads throughout the day and changed them several times a day. Recently I heard about the O-shot and how it can help some people, I went to Dr. Amy Brenner and checked it out. So I went ahead and received the O-shot and it worked wonders. I rarely have an issue now, (no more mini pads WooHoo!), and the side benefit is the improvement in sexual intercourse.

  16. Hello,

    I wanted to know if the O Shot will enlarge the clitoras, as my wife’s clitoras is very deeply seated and often times she has a hard time getting aroused or reaching orgasms.

    Thanks

  17. Hello I had an O shot done a week ago for my urinary incontinence and it doesn’t seem to b working well enough for me to control my pee.. Also it doesn’t do anything for me getting an orgasm , I still burn cause I’m still dry . How long does it take for the O shot to work

    • Usually takes 3 weeks for results to START to appear. Though many women see wonderful results the day treated, remember, this is not a drug. The O-Shot® uses growth factors from platelets to fertilize pleuripotent stem cells. Those cells grow into new tissue–that takes time. Full effect is 3 months. Usually you’ll start to see things improve between 3-6 weeks but it’s way to early to decide if your procedure worked or not.

  18. I had the o-shot and it did not enlarge.The o-shot did not help me at all.I spent $1500 and it’s been over 6 month and no results.

  19. Hi Dr Runels & Dr sherif wakil

    I am a Indian origin Londoner. I have been suffering in silence with my Lichen Psoriasis since many years . Itchiness down there had become so worst that for years I couldnot sleep well. I cant even remember when was the last time I had no itchyness at all incontinence also became worst . After trying from steroid
    creams to all I finally went to Harley street for o shot treatment and now I am lot better. I had awesome sleep after years. My incontinence has also improved big time. My skin down there is also changed. Big Thanks to you all and please keep up da good work.

  20. How can I find out what doctors in my area (Louisiana, Baton Rouge, la to be exact) specialize and/or are Certified or have been certified by Dr Runels to perform the o-shot procedure? I’m
    Also an hour away from New Orleans.

    Does anyone know the cons or Possible side effects to this?

    Thanks!

  21. Hi Shanta
    I am an OB/Gyn Doctor in Madisonville Louisiana and my office is off of I-12 about an hour from Baton Rouge I have been doing the O Shot for the last 3 years I would be glad to see you My office number
    Is 9858454111 Take care

    Dr Kathleen Posey

  22. I was diagnosed with lichen sclerosus in college and I am now 44. Although I’ve had minor improvements with steroid creams, I’m looking into the Oshot. I have three questions:

    #1. Is the OShot one shot or a series of shots?
    #2. Are the results permanent or temporary?
    #3. Since this treatment is for medical reasons, will insurance cover it or can I use Flex Spending money towards it?

    Thanks for your time!

  23. Hi JRT

    I will be glad to answer any questions you have on LSnA if you call my office at 9858454111. My cell phone is 504 4958388 if you would like to text me.

    Kathleen Posey MD FACOG

    • Hi Janet, interesting question. I honestly do not know but would suspect that since the treatment is not really affecting the ovaries or uterus that it would not make much change. I would be interested to see if any of the other providers of the treatment have a comment on their experience with that. Sorry that I was not much help on this question.

  24. I was with a man for four years. He ignored my physical discomfort and I had to break away. I finally got the courage to go to a Doctor. When she walked through the door and asked what I was here for, I just broke down and cried. She put her arms around me and she just said OMG, you poor thing. She really cared. When she examined me, she tested for and said I had a STD, a yeast infection and this think she called Lichen Sclerosis. The pain was horrible and the itching and burning, alone, was excruciating. She gave me meds for the STD and helped me with the yeast infection. She conferred with other doctors and they came in and examined me and came up with a cream called Clobetasol. It did not work. I went back and she gave me, I think, Halobetasol. She said it was very strong and not to use it often, like once a week. I felt some relief and she said she thought the skin looked a little more pink. It seemed better for awhile. About a year ago it came back. My Dr moved to Connecticut. I have yet to find a Dr since that seemed to know how or want to deal with me. I had to have surgery because my bladder dropped a couple of years ago and at that time the Gynecologist to told me to keep an eye on it, because it could become cancerous. Well, he retired. I am alone again with no information and no answers and really tired of trying to get answers. Sexual intercourse is impossible and my partner is so patient, but I want sex again.

    • Karla, sorry to hear you have been suffering. I feel for you. I would search the provider link on this website to find an O-Shot certified provider. This treatment could really help your sexual dysfunction, pain, and the Lichen Sclerosus. I would also say that Dr. Posey in New Orleans is great at treating LS. Hope that helps.

  25. I have had post-intercourse blistering issues for 12 years now. It has gradually gotten worse. I’ve had multiple biopsies through the years. My symptoms appear like severe lichen sclerosis, but my biopsies are always inconclusive. Most gynecologists send me to dermatologists who send me back to gynecologists. Nobody knows how to help. I currently do a sub-satisfactory job of managing things by taking chlobetosol, which gives me a yeast infection, so I also take a weekly dose of fluconazole. My current gynecologist is recommending a vestibulectomy. She is unaware of the O-shot. Based on the little I have read, it seems like I would be a good candidate for the shot. Is there anyone in the 65203 area code or anywhere nearby who could help?

  26. Karla Look in the directory and find an ObGyn doctor that is trained in the lichen treatment If you tell me where you live I can make suggestions to you.
    Best Regards,
    Kathleen Posey MD FACOG

  27. Hi , it’s Tatiana,it’s been 4weeks post the O-shot , no results . My goal was to increase sensitivity. Now I’m thinking maybe I should’ve invest in a hormonal therapy instead .

  28. I am 62 years post menopausal and on 12.5 mg of Paxil. I have painful dryness during intercourse and lack of desire. Otherwise I am in great shape and health. I work out 4x per week and eat healthy food. Would the O shot work for me?

  29. I just had the shot a few days ago. I felt it the same day. My wetness is crazy tightness is also!! Worth every penny I will always do this when needed no question

  30. I have three children and a new partner. I am 27 years old and not being able to reach climax has only bothered me slightly. My new partner wants to please me as much as I please him and it’s hard for him to accept that he can’t get me there. I have only reached climax through clitoral stimulation but I enjoy sex a lot. I stay wet and I have no pain. I do have urinary leaking but it’s only a small amount. Could the o shot actually help and is there anything else that I could do? Thank you so much!

    • Hi Kristen, from your history I do think that you sound like a perfect candidate for the OShot to help you. It will help strengthen and rejuvenate tissue and make it perform in a healthier, younger state. It can also help orgasm, sex drive, and overall enjoyment from sex. Our patients notice that it helps them achieve orgasm faster and fuller. I suggest that you find a provider on this website who is certified to provide the OShot near you. I would be happy to see you for a consult if it is convenient for you. http://www.seilerskin.com. Hope that helps!

  31. I would love to have this done i think it would make me feel alot better about myself an about being able to please my husband more an myself.where can i get this done at?

  32. I recently just received the O shot last week. I was wondering if it was done properly. It was with someone from the list of providers.

    He said he was right on target with injecting the Gspot. At first I was like awesome…then I read you don’t inext the gspot..you inject the O spot and that they are different.

    Please help clarify!

    • You are exactly correct. Unfortunately, even some of our skilled providers go back to the old terminology occasionally (out of habit). Likely, you still received a good treatment.

      In summary, the O-Spot simply designates the place between the urethra and the anterior vaginal wall that’s furthest from the bladder (closest to the outside). The G-spot is the place along the anterior vaginal wall that when stimulated most brings pleasure. This place can vary from woman to woman and even in the same woman from day to day. Dr. Graufenberg (for whom the spot takes it’s name) thought the urethra to be the most erotic part of woman’s body. Later, people associated the place along the urethra that brings the most pleasure to be the g-spot.

      To find the g-spot, you actually have to stimulate the woman or have her stimulate herself to “map” the area. This does NOT need to be done when doing the O-Shot since the fluid used (PRP) is aqueous enough (low viscosity) and voluminous enough to cover the ENTIRE urethra if injected in the proper area (the O-Spot).

      Hope this helps and thank you for your excellent question. Chances are your provider did the procedure properly but simply reverted back to old terminology.

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