Stress Incontinence (SUI) PRP is best at treating simple stress incontinence (SUI), which is leaking small amounts of urine with laughing, coughing, sneezing, jumping or running. Due to its healing properties through the vaginal injection, PRP anatomically surrounds the base of the urethra, near the bladder neck to recreate healthy tissue support in the region and help block undesired urine flow physiologically.
Urge Incontinence (UI) is when people leak while on their way to the bathroom, due to waiting too long to go with a full bladder or with drinking too much irritating substances like caffeine or alcohol. Along with lifestyle changes, PRP may help with this condition.
Over Active Bladder (OAB) is diagnosed when a person must urinate very frequently. It is not usually associated with pain. It can be addressed by PRP, lifestyle changes and medications.
Interstitial Cystitis (IC) is when there is inflammation in the bladder that also causes pelvic pain, sexual pain and pain with urination without any known cause, but it may result after a bladder infection. IC treatments are uncertain at best, but PRP, or possibly medications and lifestyle, can help alleviate symptoms.
Nocturia is getting up at night to urinate and can be from many causes. Less fluid intake in the hours before bedtime helps many women. It is not known if PRP injections help improve this condition.
Incontinence due to Overflow (can’t fully empty), Prolapse (bladder or rectum drooping out of vagina), Neurologic (due to M.S., Parkinson’s, or other spinal cord disease) or other undetermined causes, are not yet known if the symptoms can be improved with PRP.
Sexual Dysfunction by enhancing Orgasms, therefore improving Pleasure and likely leading to more Desire and maybe better Frequency due to better experiences.
PRP is well known for improving orgasms. We follow the O-Shot protocols which have an excellent success rate at helping anorgasmic women have orgasms, and moderately orgasmic women to have more intense pleasure sensations. This works by injecting platelets (with all their growth factors and enzymes) directly into the clitoris -- after complete numbing is achieved, of course! - with topically placed numbing creams and an ice cube at the injection sites.
Vaginal and Vulvar Pain, Dryness (Atrophy) and help with Lubrication.
Many women have pain with sex from a tight vaginal opening or dryness from lack of estrogen. PRP vaginal injections are known to help somewhat with pain and dryness by stimulating normal lubrication and cell function. Other modalities such as healing salves, lubricants, estrogen creams, stretching the vaginal opening with fingers or a dilator may also be required for the best outcome, depending on the underlying causes. Laser treatments might help with dryness, but radio frequency devices cause the tissue to tighten even more.