Comprehensive Men and Women’s Sexual Health Optimization
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What Is the O-Shot (Orgasm)? For Ladies...
If you are one of the many women who suffer from difficult orgasms, vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, lichen sclerosis, or a loss of vaginal sensitivity, then the O-Shot may help. This 15 pocedure is an injection using your own healing platelets. Platelets (PRP) naturally attract stem cells to the injected area, which then rejuvenates the tissues, so they can function optimally.
The O-Shot has many positive and invigorating effects, including:
- Quicker orgasms
- Better quality orgasms
- Increased vaginal arousal and sensitivity including lubrication
- Decrease urinary leakage
- Decrease inflammation of lichen sclerosis
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What Is the P-Shot?
We didn't forget about you fellas. The P-Shot, or Priapus Shot®, is a cutting-edge sexual rejuvenation procedure done right here in our Elkridge, Maryland clinic. This non‑surgical option for sexual enhancement can lead to firmer and larger erections and increased circulation and sensitivity of the penis.
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Here's the deal: It doesn't hurt! The P-shot utilizes innovative Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy to stimulate new tissue growth within the penis for more youthful functioning. By using the contents of your own blood, the P-shot is a safe, natural, and effective way to achieve peak sexual performance.
There are many benefits of p-shot therapy—some include:
- Thicker penis size
- Better quality erections
- Ability to stay hard longer
- Better orgasms
- Improved penile sensitivity
What Is PRP? PRP for Sexual Health
Although there are a number of sexual enhancements available, none are quite as ingenious as Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy. Also known as PRP, this therapy involves having one’s own blood plasma injected into their sexual organs to enhance their function. At Bolus Med Spa, we can naturally and safely bring the spark back to the bedroom with our PRP treatments.
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What To Expect
The entire procedure will be performed by one of our certified medical professionals. Your appointment will start with us drawing blood from a vein in your arm, just like you would experience when going for a blood test. From this sample, it will take about 10 minutes to extract the PRP for your treatment.
We will then apply a topical nerve-blocking cream to numb the treatment area. If you’re a woman, the PRP will be injected into the numbed area near the clitoris and upper vagina. If you’re a man, we will inject PRP into specific areas of the penis.
The whole treatment is quick and generally takes 30 minutes to complete. There is little to no downtime, so you can quickly get back to your
We offer competitively priced treatments as follows:
O-Shot – $1,600 for 1 or $2,800 for 2
P-Shot – $1,800 for 1 or $3,000 for 2
After Your Treatment
Most patients can get back to living their lives immediately after treatment. Many patients don’t experience any side effects at all, however, some may report mild redness, swelling, and/or numbness for a few days post-shot.
Results from the shots can vary depending on the patient’s age and pre‑existing medical conditions. Although the injection is not a magic cure for all sexual health woes, it can provide noticeable improvements to the quality of future sexual experiences.
Patients can also opt to have additional shots to build upon their results. One shot is often sufficient but multiple shots can really up the “wow factor” for some of our patients. If you’re planning to come back for more, we suggest waiting eight weeks between treatments to ensure the full effects of the first treatment have been felt.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
What Is It? About Hormone Replacement Therapy
As we age, our bodies naturally start producing different levels of hormones. For women, we’ll often find that estrogen levels decrease with time. For men, there is often a decrease in testosterone over the years.
If you’re familiar with hormones, then you’re probably well aware that having optimal levels of both these hormones is preferred for peak performance. For instance, women want to have a healthy level of estrogen to feel their best, while men want to have a healthy level of testosterone to feel like the best version of themselves.
For women, having low levels of estrogen can result in vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood swings, breast tenderness, headaches, and even depression. For men, low levels of testosterone can result in erectile dysfunction, fatigue, loss of muscle, and again, depression.
Clearly, hormones are important to both sexes. With hormone replacement therapy, we help balance hormones in both men and women to help you feel your best.
How Does It Work? Understanding the Process
For patients, hormone replacement therapy is relatively simple. To achieve optimal hormone levels, all that is required is taking a daily pill that increases either testosterone or estrogen.
Hormone replacement therapy is often done through the use of a pill, but results can also be achieved through a patch, gel, cream, or spray.
Often, other hormones are also introduced in order to properly balance our hormone levels. For instance, in women, if estrogen is solely increased, there’s a possibility of stimulating the uterine lining, which often results in endometrial cancer. We balance this by also increasing the hormone progesterone.
The dosage and the precise form of administration vary depending on what therapy is best suited for your age, goals, and other medical concerns.
Is It Safe? Know the Risks
Your hormones can have a major impact on how you feel. Hormones affect everything, from your metabolism and mental state to your energy levels and sleep patterns. Because of this, knowing who is an ideal candidate for hormone replacement therapy is vital to its success.
For women, there’s evidence showing that starting hormone therapy after the age of 60 leads to a stronger vulnerability to risks like stroke, blood clots, breast cancer, and heart disease. Whereas, starting hormone therapy 10 years prior to the onset of menopause can help reduce the same risk factors.
In general, hormone replacement therapy is safe, but working with an experienced medical practitioner is preferred when discussing something like altering your hormone levels.
Hormone Replacement Therapy With Bolus
By now, it should be clear that hormone replacement therapy should not be entered into lightly. If you’re being offered hormone replacement therapy by someone who doesn’t have medical training, we strongly urge you to avoid going through with it.
When you receive hormone replacement therapy from Bolus Med Spa, you can rest assured that you’re receiving the highest standard of care. We will carefully take your medical history into account in order to provide you with the correct dosage and proper administration.
In addition, we will never recommend hormone replacement therapy if the risks outweigh the benefits. We understand what altering your hormone levels entails, and we are dedicated to your health and safety. As such, you can count on us to discuss all medications with you to ensure proper use.
If you have questions or concerns about hormone replacement therapy with Bolus Medical Spa, we are always available to discuss.
After Hormone Replacement Therapy
While hormone replacement therapy can be life‑changing for some, it is not a miracle cure. If your hormones are low or have been unbalanced for some time, it can take multiple weeks before you start to feel the positive effects of hormone replacement therapy. In fact, for many, it can take up to three months before you start to feel the full effects.
In addition, don’t be surprised if you start to feel worse before you feel better. You may experience headaches, bloating, backaches, skin irritation, and even depression. While these are all things you were likely hoping hormone replacement therapy would help with, don’t forget that the human body is complex. It can take some time for the hormones to become stable.
Bottom line: Give hormone therapy time before you throw in the towel. For many, patience pays off.