Genial Rejuvenation with PRP (O-Shot, G-Shot, P-Shot) is a natural and safe viable management option to rejuvenate the human intimate areas. A minimally invasive procedure that entails the use of growth factors and platelets in the plasma in high concentration to promote cells to multiply, stimulating the stem cells to create and form new tissues.
PRP is used to rejuvenate vaginal tissues and enhance sexual pleasure in clitoral and G-spot sensation, this procedure is commonly referred to as “O Jab”. The “G-Shot” is another trademarked term that refers to the injection of filler into the G-Spot, repeated every three to five months. The P-Shot is an injection of platelet-rich plasma into the penis that works for stimulation and erectile dysfunction.
To prepare, it is recommended to get a physical check including full laboratory blood tests to check your overall health if you haven’t already done so in the past year. Making sure you have healthy blood, plasma, and platelets are crucial.
You will be required to stop taking blood thinners medications (NSAIDS).
If you smoke, you will be asked to stop smoking at least two weeks before.
Wear loose undergarments as much as possible.
Avoid stressful activities like heavy exercises a week before.
On the day,
Blood will be taken (like a normal blood test), which will be spun in a centrifuge to isolate the plasma component. PRP is activated under a light.
A local anesthetic will be 15-20 minutes before PRP injection, making the injection relatively pain-free. Then the PRP is injected into the relevant areas. The process will take approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
Expect some mild swelling and tenderness but overall without downtime. Recovery is quick and you may resume normal activities like work on the day.
Some patients may require more than one treatment at an interval depending on an individual’s needs. Results are highly dependent on your overall health and other factors contributing to sexual functions.
Results can vary depending on your overall health and other factors contributing to your sexual function.
Some patients see results immediately after the treatment while others require several months or multiple sessions before experiencing its effects. Even though a single treatment works for up to 14 months, PRP is temporary. A repeat of the procedure is necessary, usually about a year after your last treatment.
You’ll probably have some minor side effects from the injection that should go away:
• Outbreaks of cold sores if you have a history of herpes simplex.