How to Eliminate Urinary Leaks and Rejuvenate Your Sex Life
Several methods can be used to treat urinary leaks, while also rejuvenating your sex life and marriage. O-Shot® is one of the scientifically proven treatments for dealing with various conditions, including urinary incontinence and low libido. Patricia Nevils, MD, offers O-Shot® in Lafayette to allow women the opportunity to benefit from this procedure.
What is O-Shot® and How Does it Work?
This is a safe, non-invasive procedure that uses your platelet-rich plasma’s (PRP) natural growth factor to treat urinary incontinence and enhance sexual function. This occurs through the stimulation of both vaginal tissue generation and collagen production. Your body exploits the growth-factor-rich platelets to increase the number of cells and their sensitivity to vaginal and clitoral stimulation.
The procedure involves drawing blood from which PRP is extracted and injected into the numbed area near the upper vaginal area and clitoris. There is no downtime, and you can experience results almost immediately.
The procedure can address mild urinary incontinence, which is often a result of weak pelvic floor muscle.
Other Conditions Managed Through O-Shot®
Dr. Nevils uses the O-Shot® procedure to address the following problems:
- Leaking accidents occurring when jumping, coughing, or laughing.
- Low sexual desire.
- Trouble reaching orgasm.
- Leaks when you wait too long.
- Difficulty being aroused.
- Vaginal dryness.
- Painful sex.
- Lichen sclerosus.
What O-Shot® Can Do For You
The O-Shot® procedure can reverse most of the conditions that affect women involving urinary leaks and sexual functionality. The following are some of the benefits you can enjoy after trying the procedure:
- Increased sexual drive.
- Increased natural lubrication.
- Stronger and more frequent orgasm.
- Decreased pain for those who experience painful intercourse.
- Reduced or resolved urinary continence.
- Improved overall sexual health.
The procedure is also non-surgical, drug-free, fast, and relatively painless.
Eliminating urinary leaks and rejuvenating your sex life not only requires medical attention, but may require small tweaks in your daily lifestyle as well. Behavioral changes can also act as supplements to other treatments such as O-Shot®. They include:
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Several factors, such as aging and childbirth, can weaken your pelvic floor. There are specific exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor by repeatedly tightening and relaxing your pelvic muscles. Regularly performing these exercises can improve both your sex life and the control you have over urine flow.
Smoking has a significant impact on your ability to manage urine incontinence. Coughing from cigarette use not only makes it difficult to hold urine, it can also cause your muscles to become irritated. Smoking is also one of the main causes of bladder cancer.
This training includes controlling how often you visit the bathroom. You can achieve this through fluid and diet management, scheduled toilet trips, and double voiding.
Incontinence can also negatively affect your sex life. By managing incontinence, you will concurrently help rejuvenate the sex life for both you and your partner. Here are several tips on how you can have an exciting sex life while dealing with incontinence:
- The best thing you can do is talk to your partner about your condition. It will likely be met with understanding, kindness, and positivity, which can boost your confidence.
- You should also have a game plan to handle the worst; understanding that a little leak is not a big deal. By doing so, you will be better able to enjoy a satifactory sex life.
- Also, be sure to regularly consult your doctor about your urinary issues and sex life to receive effective personalized treatment options specific to your needs and circumstances.
To learn more about how O-Shot® can eliminate your urinary leaks and improve your sex life, please reach out to Vibrant Women’s Health Center. Dr. Patricia Nevils can also provide you with tips on behavioral changes that can complement the treatment.