What if you could use your own body’s natural resources to enhance your sexual response, strengthen orgasm, and improve sexual performance?

Stem Cell Sexual Optimization are regenerative therapies that offer women and men with sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence, low libido and other sexual concerns the opportunity to improve functional potential using stem cell technology.

These therapies are based on the premise that: 1) sexual disfunction is largely a circulatory issue, and 2) a major mechanism of action of site-specific injection of stem cells is the growth of new, healthy vasculature and thereby a return to adequate circulation.

 

Stem Cell Sexual Optimization for Women – The O-Shot

SCSO for women is a simple office procedure that uses growth factors from platelet rich plasma with or without fat-derrived stem cells in the vagina and clitoral tissue. Injections are made after topical anesthetic cream has been applied to minimize discomfort and are surprisingly tolerable.

Each woman’s experience is different but many patients report the following:

• Stronger, more frequent orgasm
• Increased sexual desire and arousal
• Smoother skin and tighter vaginal opening
• Decreased pain during intercourse
• Increased lubrication
• Decreased urinary incontinence.

Stem Cell Sexual Optimization for Men – The P-Shot

SCSO for men is a non-surgical proprietary technique that uses the regenerative properties of PRP with or without fat-derrived stem cells to deliver lasting improvements in male sexual performance. Like SCSO for women, a topical numbing cream is applied before the procedure so discomfort is minimal.

Experiences vary but men commonly report the following benefits:

• Improved blood flow and firmness of erections
• Increased sensation and pleasure
• Enhanced appearance
• Improved sexual stamina and capabilities
• Improved urinary incontinence
• Improved prostate discomfort


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