October 30, 2017 by Jeanelly Concepcion
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Here at Style Lush TV, we try to stay on the cutting edge of fashion, arts, and life enriching experiences. As we are expanding our reach to include more lifestyle news, we recently sat down with Dr. Wendy Askew at the Dr. Rogers Center to talk about the revolutionary procedures she’s delivering here in San Antonio. The O-Shots for women and the P-Shots for men. The O-Shot is a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment to alleviate symptoms of female sexual dysfuntion such as: skin laxity, incontinence, painful sex, and dryness. They use your own blood, drawn from the arm just like any blood test, then in a centrifuge the blood is separated from the plasma. Then the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is injected with a very small needle, after the numbing cream is applied in the area for a safe and painless process. The platelets naturally generate tissue and increase sensitivity to stimulation.
Dr. Askew explains that this wildly popular procedure not only has the lifestyle benefits of increasing sexual satisfaction, but also has health benefits for women who have developed bladder issues after having children and of course issues that have come with age, which affect millions of women in the U.S. Even though this topic has been a little bit taboo, more and more women are speaking about these issues and how these procedures have improved their lives in so many ways.
For men, they also have the P-Shot or Priapus Shot. Priapus, being a Greek God of fertility, is a fitting name for the procedure, in which they also use the PRP procedure to treat male sexual dysfunctions like small size/girth, erectile dysfunction, diminished sexual drive, and lack of sensation. Since your own cells are being used, not a foreign material, there should be no side effects. Your body’s natural reaction to the treated cells is to repair the tissues. The PRP stimulates new blood flow with new blood vessels.
Interested in learning more about these procedures? Visit www.drrogerscenters.com or call 210-491-9024 and schedule your consultation with Dr. Wendy Askew!