What is the O-Shot?

Has your love life lost it’s thrill? Are you struggling to find the excitement you once enjoyed? It’s very possible the problem is physical. As women age or give birth, sensations can fade. This can leave you feeling sexually uninspired and cause you to be less interested in sharing intimacies.

The O-Shot is a revolutionary approach to restoring the sensations you’ve lost or perhaps never even had.

The O-Shot is an all-natural, painless and non-surgical procedure that can rejuvenate and revitalize vaginal and clitoral function, giving you dramatically improved sensitivity and significantly enhance your sex drive.

This is accomplished by injecting platelet rich plasma found in your blood near the clitoris and the vaginal wall (after the area is thoroughly numbed). The PRP’s (platelet rich plasma) then release several growth factors that stimulate growth and repair, activating localized stem cells.

Dr. Collins uses this same procedure on other areas of the body, such as the face, to help heal and restore youthfulness. When used on a woman’s sexual organs, the result is increased sensitivity and improved overall sexual health. Patients report increased sexual desire and improved ability to achieve orgasm.

The entire process is painless, takes less than 30 minutes and the results are immediate.


Contact Dr. Collins now for a consultation at (912) 342-0626! Don’t wait – this is the real solution for women.


Patients report:

  • Improved vaginal lubrication. 
  • Increased libido. 
  • More frequent and more powerful orgasms. 

O-SHOT for Stress Incontinence

The O-Shot is also an effective treatment for stress urinary incontinence, the unintentional urination that can occur during physical activity.

Many women lose urine when laughing, coughing, sneezing or exercising. It can be an embarrassing and frustrating problem. Because of the O-Shot’s rejuvenating capabilities, there is help available for Stress Incontinence without the need for invasive surgery.

Stress Incontinence is caused by a weakening of the sphincter pelvic muscles. These muscles prevent urine from flowing by supporting the bladder and urethra. The O-Shot activates stem cells in the localized region and these muscle tissues are able to regenerate and improve their strength and ability to prevent urine flow.