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  1. Had the o-shot today the doc said I need to wait 5 days for any sex, everything I read said there is no down time is this true ?

    1. Hi Misty,
      I get my o- shot September 11 with Dr.Brenner , had consultation with her few weeks ago she told me same thing because of having intimate procedure with the o shot . I am excited for Monday to get here.

    2. Hi Misty,

      You don’t have to wait you can have sex the same day as the procedure.

      Have a great day.

      Karla Jarvis, APRN

  2. I suffer from LS. My husband is very sexual and has been very understanding but my constantly saying no wears him down sometimes. I want to have sex more and I do enjoy it but my LS causes tearing and soreness. Making it all very negative. I feel bad for him and myself. He’s so loving and I want to always be able to give him and our relationship 200%.

  3. Hello, I just learned about the O Shot & have called a handful of your listed physicians on your site. What i am learning is that they all have different concentration levels of PRP. What level should I be looking for to get the best result? I am specifically getting this shot for the orgasm benefit as I’ve apparently never really had one.

  4. Hello..I’ve been doing much research on this and am curious as to what amount of PRP concentration is needed for the Oh Shot procedure. With speaking to the providers they throw out #’s such as 2-5%, 5-7% & even 10% (on how effective their machines are). This is confusing & I probably dont need a 10% concentration. Thoughts?

    1. Hi Olivia, great question! The short answer is that there is really no study or research comparing the different concentrations and their results in these procedures. At least I have not seen them. They should be done but are difficult to do in theory (how do you treat one side with a lower concentration and another side with a higher concentration, or for the OShot, how many people do you treat with a lower concentration to compare and can you really tell different results when the results are variable to begin with). What I can tell you is how I do it in my practice. I use a “better” system called a “double-spin” system to obtain more total blood and therefore more total PRP and/or higher concentration. In procedures like the Vampire Facial, we feel that the simple “tube” kits are sufficient with a 2-3 times concentration but in a procedure like the OShot/PShot (just like in the Orthopaedic literature when treating a small space like a joint) in which a small amount of total PRP volume is to be injected, want to have the highest concentration possible to provide the best chance at a good result. Most advanced Vampire practitioners will agree and use the “more expensive” higher concentration double spin systems. However, when this treatment was first described by Dr. Runels, he used a “tube kit” with smaller concentration and saw results. I feel that the results are better with the higher concentrations but we do not have a large population of studied proof. You also want to make sure that you see a certified Vampire provider and one that specializes in the procedure you are seeking. Sorry for a long response but hope that helps!

    2. Hi Olivia, great question! The short answer is that there is really no study or research comparing the different concentrations and their results in these procedures. At least I have not seen them. They should be done but are difficult to do in theory (how do you treat one side with a lower concentration and another side with a higher concentration, or for the OShot, how many people do you treat with a lower concentration to compare and can you really tell different results when the results are variable to begin with). What I can tell you is how I do it in my practice. I use a “better” system called a “double-spin” system to obtain more total blood and therefore more total PRP and/or higher concentration. In procedures like the Vampire Facial, we feel that the simple “tube” kits are sufficient with a 2-3 times concentration but in a procedure like the OShot/PShot (just like in the Orthopaedic literature when treating a small space like a joint) in which a small amount of total PRP volume is to be injected, want to have the highest concentration possible to provide the best chance at a good result. Most advanced Vampire practitioners will agree and use the “more expensive” higher concentration double spin systems. However, when this treatment was first described by Dr. Runels, he used a “tube kit” with smaller concentration and saw results. I feel that the results are better with the higher concentrations but we do not have a large population of studied proof. You also want to make sure that you see a certified Vampire provider and one that specializes in the procedure you are seeking. Sorry for a long response but hope that helps!

  5. Hi I’m a LS sufferer, but I live in Australia NSW are there any providers who can help me that you know off. I’m really interested in the Oshots.

    1. Hi, if you look at the top of this page at the find a provider link, change the country to Australia, you will see a number of providers in your area hopefully! I would encourage you though to make sure that the provider specializes and has experience in treating LS with the OShot (which can really help you) because not all providers do. Hope that helps!

  6. I had O-shot 2 weeks ago. I am still having pain at the injection site around left side of clotoris. Feels sore and painful to touch on left side. Which is were injections were given. Other injection site inside vagina are fine no pain with these. Is this normal and how long before pain subsides?

  7. Had the shot done 10 days ago. I still did not orgasm or have any different sensations/feeling then from before. Should I be concerned that it didn’t work?

    1. Hi Liv, glad you got the O-Shot. Your provider should have explained this to you in detail. 10 days is not enough time to really see an effect. It can take weeks to months so be patient. I would discuss this with your provider.

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