How the Groundbreaking P-Shot® and O-Shot® Provide All-Natural Sexual Wellness

Mar 20, 2024
How the Groundbreaking P-Shot® and O-Shot® Provide All-Natural Sexual Wellness
If you’re looking to improve your experience in the bedroom, the P-Shot® for men, and the O-Shot® for women, are all-natural ways to revitalize your reproductive tissues. Learn all about these groundbreaking treatments here.

Sex is a natural and healthy part of living, and it offers many benefits, such as boosting your immune system, lowering blood pressure, acting as a form of exercise, lessening pain, easing stress, and lowering your risk for a heart attack by balancing estrogen and testosterone levels.

Reaching orgasm is key to reaping the benefits of intercourse, but not every man or woman achieves orgasm easily, making it more difficult to get the benefits and feel “fulfilled.”

Her Down There in Houston and Arlington, Texas, specializes in women’s and sexual health. Family nurse practitioners and women’s wellness experts Letrice Mason and Kortni Jordan provide care for all manner of women’s health and reproductive problems, including the groundbreaking P-Shot® and O-Shot®, which help you reach orgasm more easily. Here’s how it works.

What is an orgasm?

An orgasm is the peak of sexual arousal, when the body releases the building tension of having sex. You develop intensely pleasurable feelings, both in your genitals and throughout your body. An orgasm generally lasts only a few seconds, but it leaves you feeling happy and satisfied.

During orgasm:

  • Your body suddenly releases the built-up sexual tension
  • Your heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate increase
  • Your body releases hormones into your bloodstream, including dopamine, “the feel-good hormone,” and oxytocin, “the love drug”
  • Muscles in your genitals and anus rhythmically contract about once per second for several seconds

Muscle contractions are an important part of reaching orgasm. In women, the vaginal and uterine muscles often contract and may cause the release of a small amount of fluid. In men, the muscles at the base of the penis contract, leading to ejaculation (the release of semen).

In 1948, Alfred Kinsey launched the field of sex research, and since then, one finding has been confirmed repeatedly. Compared with men, women are considerably less likely to have orgasms. In heterosexual encounters, men report orgasms about 95% of the time. However, for women, the figure ranges from only 50-70%.

In men, the glans, or the head of the penis, contains the largest concentration of orgasm-triggering nerves. Intercourse stimulates these nerves heavily, leading to a large percentage of men who have orgasms.

In women, though, the orgasm-inducing nerves are located in the clitoris, not the vagina. The clitoris is a little nub of tissue a few inches north of the vaginal opening and under the upper junction of the vaginal lips. Intercourse provides some women with enough clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, but intercourse — even if extended and vigorous — provides little direct clitoral stimulation, so women are less likely to reach orgasm than men.

The P-Shot® and the O-Shot®

The P-Shot (Priapus Shot®) and the O-Shot (Orchid Shot™) are targeted for men and women, respectively, who want to increase their chances of reaching orgasm during intercourse. In men, the shot is used to improve symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED), which increases the likelihood of orgasm.

Both types of shots take advantage of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, a procedure that uses the growth and healing factors from your own blood to enrich the reproductive tissues and make them more sensitive to stimulation.

First, we draw a small vial of blood from your arm. Then, we spin it at high speed in a centrifuge, separating out the blood components into different layers. We discard the red and white blood cells, which leaves the platelets suspended in a watery plasma. Platelets are responsible for clotting blood and for healing injured tissues. Finally, we inject the serum into the penis or vagina, where it goes to work repairing and sensitizing the cells.

The O-Shot stimulates both vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. Many patients see noticeable improvements within three weeks after treatment, but the full regrowth of tissue isn’t complete until about three months. On average, the O-Shot lasts about 12-18 months.

In research studies, men showed a 69% improvement in ED symptoms at about six months.

If you’re looking for a natural means of improving sexual fulfillment, the P-Shot or the O-Shot may be right for you. To learn more, or to schedule a consultation, call Her Down There at either location, or book online today.