The Sneaky Laugh Sneeze Cough Urinary Leak Solution
The O-Shot for Bladder Leakage & Urinary Incontinence
Ladies..The revolutionary non-surgical solution to embarrassing involuntary urinary leakage is here!!!…It is called the O-Shot®…a simple effective office procedure which can keep your urine within your bladder until you are ready to release it. You are able to stop urinating on yourself when you cough, jog, make love, stoop down, laugh, cough or sneeze. What’s more, it is a simple 30 min office procedure using your own blood, with minimal to no pain and almost no side effects.
The O-Shot® was invented by world renowned Physician, Author, Lecturer and expert PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Specialist, Dr. Charles Runels right here in the United States. I received my training directly with Dr. Runels. I am so excited about this procedure because I have seen the O-Shot® completely solve unexpected stress urinary leakage. One physician who suffered from leakage during jogging after giving birth stated the O-Shot® was life changing. The positive impact was so great that she learned how to do the procedure and successfully performed it on her mother. The O-Shot® also activates the Female Orgasm System…more on that later…
Urinary stress incontinence (pressure induced bladder leakage) is a horrible condition to live with. When it occurs, your life changes in an instant. Many of my patients state that the feeling of wetness in their panties and between their legs, is not just uncomfortable, it is bothersome. Further, if the wetness shows through their clothes it is a source of great embarrassment. I compassionately empathize with anyone who suffers with this problem. The International Continence Society defines incontinence as “involuntary loss of urine that is a social or hygienic problem and is objectively demonstrable.” If you suffer with incontinence, realize that you are not alone. The prevalence ranges from 1 in 5 in young women and increases to as high as 1 in 2 (50%) in senior women. While there are several ways of approaching this problem, the drawbacks of most treatments, outweigh their effect. Wearing pads can become costly, must be changed frequently, can hold odors and increase the possibility of urinary tract infections. Anti-cholinergic medications…
While there are multiple approaches to the treatment of your incontinence, my recommendation is for the O-Shot®. This is a revolutionary procedure developed by Dr. Charles Runels, one of the most forward thinking medical minds of today. It is free of the side effects associated with surgical procedures such as the bladder sling which can cause scarring, infection, obstruction and trigger auto immune responses. The O-Shot® does not cause granulomas seen with injectable fillers, or dry mouth. It also does not cause concentration problems, memory lapses or constipation associated with anticholinergic medications. What the O-Shot® does do is safely, without side effects, stop incontinence in over 90% of women who have this quick 30 min office procedure. No more unexpected wet thighs and return to activities dry and with confidence.
How the O-Shot® Works
A small amount of blood is extracted from the patient and placed in a machine called a centrifuge. The spinning motion separates blood components.
The platelet rich portion (PRP)containing stem cells and growth factors for new tissue growth is removed and prepared.
The areas on the patient to be injected are numbed with a very effective topical anesthetic cream.
The PRP is then injected into the space between the urethra and the vagina for incontinence, in the clitoris for sexual enhancement and/or in the walls of the vagina for rejuvenation and tightening.
Once injected the new tissue will grow and the positive effects will be noticed.
How long does the O-Shot® take?
The procedure takes about 30 min.
How long does the O-Shot® take to become effective?
Some individuals notice improvement in heightened sexual response in 1 -2 days. This is probably a direct effect of engorgement. The more permanent effects take 2-3 months.
For bladder control expect the full effect to take place in 2-3 months, when the new tissue reaches its maximum growth potential.
How long does the O-Shot® last?
Most people experience a positive effect for approximately 18 months while others last 3 years or more.
Is the O-Shot® painful?
A topical numbing medication is used which is very effective. Occasionally, a pin pick or burning sensation may be experienced, however this is short lived.
Are there any side effects of the O-Shot®?
The beauty of the O-Shot® procedure is that we are utilizing your own blood, taking it out and injecting the PRP concentrate into the areas to be rejuvenated. Thus far, there are over 2500 papers published on various uses of PRP and their have been no published serious side effects. Mild bruising may occur and occasional tenderness at the site of injection has been reported. Also fullness will be experienced at the injection site which will recede in 1-3 days.