Why All Moms Deserve PRP for Sexual Health

Why All Moms Deserve PRP for Sexual Health
By William Lovett, M.D.

Motherhood is one of the greatest gifts that we can experience, but it often comes with changes in the body that many women are unprepared to handle. Many of our younger clients in their 30’s and 40’s complain of feeling like they’ve lost their young, sensual self, or that their femininity and libido disappeared after their vaginal births. If this sounds like you, then I’m thrilled to offer a natural, tailor-made solution to revitalizing your sexual self.

What is PRP for Sexual Health?

PRP for Sexual Health is a drug-free, non-surgical way to rejuvenate your most intimate layers. After blood is drawn from your arm, the blood is spun down in a special centrifuge to get the best part of your blood (known as PRP, or platelet-rich plasma). This is then injected to the numbed areas behind your clitoris and vagina. Because the PRP is from your own blood, there is minimal discomfort and no allergic reaction. In fact, 80% of women experience no discomfort at all during the procedure! 

Why Should I Use PRP?

The most common reason women visit our office for PRP is because they are experiencing sexual dysfunction, including urinary incontinencevaginal drynesspainful sex, or difficulty being aroused. This is common for women who have had multiple vaginal childbirth, because the muscles are worn out and the tissue is often damaged during birth. PRP works by using your own growth factors to convince your body there is an injury, and send repair cells to rejuvenate the tissues. 

Benefits of PRP include:

  • Increased sensitivity and desire
  • Stronger and more frequent orgasms
  • Almost instantaneous results
  • Better, healthier sex

Can PRP Help Urinary Incontinence?

Yes! PRP can help both stress incontinence (urinating while coughing, sneezing, or exercising) and urgency incontinence (feel a strong urge right before losing urine). Childbirth weakens the muscles of your pelvic floor, making them unable to contract as strongly as they used to. PRP works by using your own growth factors to stimulate new tissue growth for a 95% urinary incontinence resolution rate.

If you are ready to take charge of your life and gain back your sexual confidence, fill out our online Sexual Medicine Health History Form to get started. We will review your health background and contact you in about one business day to schedule your consultation and any related blood work. 

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