Climax Shot™ | CHICAGO, IL
Climax Shot™ For Increased Sexual Pleasure
The Climax Shot™, also known as the vagina shot or sex shot, is a quick in-office treatment designed to help women who cannot orgasm easily or women who have vaginal dryness causing discomfort.
The Climax Shot uses your own blood (plasma-rich platelets) and is injected into your clitoris and vagina. The result may help increase sensitivity to the area and ultimately increase the ability to orgasm more easily.
What are the benefits of the Climax Shot?
The Climax Shot will help with increase sensation in the areas treated. It's a simple in-office procedure with no downtime.
- Increase sensitivity in the clitoris, intensifying orgasms
- Decrease vaginal dryness
- Increase vaginal lubrication
- May help with urinary incontinence (urinary leakage)
Climax Shot™ Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Climax Shot™?
The Climax Shot can also be referred to as the Sex Shot or Orgasm Shot. The Climax Shot™ uses your own blood (plasma-rich platelets) and is injected into the clitoral area, vaginal opening, g-spot & urethra opening. The result may help increase sensitivity & sensation to the area and ultimately increase the ability to orgasm more easily!
How does the Climax Shot work?
Your doctor uses a concentration of platelets derived from your own blood and is injected into the vaginal area.
The treatment begins with a simple blood draw, which is then spun in a powerful centrifuge to isolate the platelet-rich plasma. Your doctor then injects this “liquid gold” back into the part of your body that needs restoring.
How soon will I see results?
Most women will notice an immediate increase in sensitivity with full results two weeks following the Climax Shot treatment.
The full regenerative process continues over several weeks and results typically last about a year. In some cases, a second treatment may be needed to achieve optimal results.
Does Climax Shot hurt?
Before the procedure starts you will be given a local numbing cream. Most patients report little to no discomfort during the treatment.
When can I have sex after the Climax Shot procedure?
You can resume sexual activity immediately following your Climax Shot treatment.
We recommend direct and regular stimulation to the treated area e.g. sexual intercourse or masturbating every day for at least two weeks following your treatment. Stimulating the area will increase blood flow to further increase the effects of the platelet-rich-plasma growth factors, further intensifying the results.
How long does the Climax Shot last?
The Climax Shot may last anywhere from six to twelve months and will vary from patient to patient due to factors such as your sex life, metabolism.
Patients are advised to come back for a touch-up treatment once the effects decrease.
How much does the Climax Shot cost?
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