The O-Shot, short for Orgasm Shot or Orchid Shot, is the common name for a non-surgical platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment that may increase the frequency and quality of orgasms. Clinics offerings this treatment inject the PRP solution into their client’s clitoris, labia and G-spot.
The O-Shot contains PRP from a client’s own blood. PRP contains bioactive molecules known as growth factors that promote healing. During PRP therapies, the clinic draws blood from a patient or client and isolates the PRP. They then inject the isolated PRP into the part of the body that needs healing. PRP has shown promising results for a number of other medical applications.
The term platelet-rich plasma was first used by CS Kingsley. In 1954, he wrote about the platelet concentration required for the transfusions of patients with thrombocytopenia, a condition that lowers platelet count. The first PRP blood bank was established during the 1960s. In the 1980s, doctors confirmed that growth factors released by platelets could repair damaged human tissue.
As the evidence behind PRP grew, so did its applications. In 1972, platelets were first used to regulate blood during surgery. Just three years later, scientists used PRP in reconstructive treatments. By 1987, a surgeon used PRP during heart surgery to reduce blood loss and the risk of blood disorders. Today, PRP is commonly used to help injured athletes return to competition sooner. Doctors claim these treatments can help repair muscles and broken bones more quickly than traditional therapies. PRP treatments have also helped people recover from surgery and regrow their hair.