The O-Shot™ Difference
The O Shot® uses PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to enhance the clitoral area. PRP is derived from your body’s own blood by separating it through a centrifuge. It is different from the G-shot, which uses Hyaluronic Acid (like a filler) to enhance the G spot.
Ladie C. Araña-Domondon, MD
Certified O-Shot Provider
Ladie C. Araña-Domondon, MD is a licensed physician specializing in Internal Medicine with over 30 years of experience. She received her board certification in internal medicine in 1997. As one of the original Internists at Good Samaritan Hospital (now Multi-Care Hospital), Dr. Araña-Domondon has been a staple in the Puyallup area since 1997.
Over the years, we’ve established a lovely facility right in the heart of Puyallup, WA. We cater to patients throughout Tacoma, WA and the South Sound with innovative service and unrivaled patient care. We’ve also made sure to create a welcoming office atmosphere to ease your concerns. When you visit Concordia Star Med Aesthetics, you’ll gain immediate peace of mind! Ladie C. Araña-Domondon, MD was recently named the Best Doctor of South Sound 2017 and 2014 by South Sound Magazine readers, awarded Vital’s Patient’s Choice Award, as well as awarded the 2014 Best Doctor of Western Washington (top 2) by King 5 viewers.
What Is O-Shot?
We Also Offer the P-Shot™
The O Shot® (Orgasm Shot®) Procedure is a specific way of using growth factors to rejuvenate the vagina for help with stress incontinence and with sexual dysfunction. Injected in the wrong way, results could be useless or worse.
5 Sex-Pleasure Problems
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
Female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD) is a disorder characterized by a persistent or recurrent inability to attain sexual arousal or to maintain arousal until the completion of a sexual activity.
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
Hypersexual disorder is characterized as a pattern of behavior involving intense preoccupation with sexual fantasies, urges, and behaviors. This can lead to adverse consequences and clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.
Individuals with hypersexual disorder may experience multiple unsuccessful attempts to control or diminish the amount of time spent engaging in sexual fantasies, urges, and behaviors in response to dysphoric mood states or stressful life events.
Symptoms must persist for a period of at least 6 months and occur independent of substance use, mania, or a medical condition in order for a diagnosis of hypersexual disorder to be established.
Female Orgasmic Disorder
Many women have difficulty reaching orgasm with a partner, even after ample sexual stimulation. In fact, orgasmic dysfunction affects approximately one in three women. Orgasmic dysfunction is also known as anorgasmia or female orgasmic disorder.
Dyspareunia is painful sexual intercourse due to medical or psychological causes. The pain can primarily be on the external surface of the genitalia, or deeper in the pelvis upon deep pressure against the cervix. It can affect a small portion of the vulva or vagina or be felt all over the surface. Understanding the duration, location, and nature of the pain is important in identifying the causes of the pain.
Numerous physical, psychological, and social or relationship causes can contribute to pain during sexual encounters. Commonly, multiple underlying causes contribute to the pain. The pain can be acquired or congenital. Symptoms of dyspareunia may also occur after menopause. Diagnosis is typically by physical examination and medical history.
Underlying causes determine treatment. Many women experience relief when physical causes are identified and treated. Even when the pain can be reproduced during a physical examination, doctor and patient must acknowledge the possible role of psychological factors in either causing or maintaining the pain.
Globally, dyspareunia has been estimated to affect between 8–21% of women, at some point in their lives.
Religious leaders, marriage & family counselors, and your best friend will all tell you that family and relationships are the “Happiness Machine” and that sexual behavior plays an important part in the relationship of family leaders–especially in the early formative years of a family. After examining over 10,000 men and women over the past 25+ years as a physician, studies have found that women and their doctors seldom speak of the following sexual problems – even though these problems can destroy a marriage.
- A very small vagina may result from genetics or from surgery.
- Because of a smaller vaginal canal, some women experience pain from a penis more than 4 inches in length, or circumference.
- Vaginal canal enlargement may result from childbirth, aging, & some sexual practices.
- Some women with a larger vaginal canal may not be able to appreciably feel a penis less than 7 or 8 inches in length and 6 or more inches in girth. In other words, only the 20% or so of men with a penis larger than average will bring appreciable sensation.
- Muscles surround the vaginal canal and contract or relax to accommodate a range of penis sizes (both diameter and length can change).
- Even though the vaginal canal can change in size, for every vagina a specific range of sizes feels best to that particular woman.
- For every woman, there is an “ideal custom penis size” or ICPS that offers the most sensation and pleasure.