Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is Making Sex Fun Again and Decreasing Incontinence for Women
Are you suffering from … ?
- Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Difficulty feeling arousal)
- Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (Low desire)
- Female Orgasmic Disorder (Can become aroused but have difficulty reaching orgasm)
- Dyspareunia (Pain with sex)
- Urinary incontinence (Loss of bladder control)
You are not alone. Millions of women, just like you, are suffering from “sexual pleasure problems” and/or incontinence issues.
If Other Therapies Haven’t Worked, PRP May Be for You
PRP therapy has been used to treat spinal injuries and aid recovery of soft tissues after surgery since the mid-1990s. In the early 2000s, doctors began trying it to help heal bone grafts and fractures, and for connective tissue repair. These days, it is quickly becoming popular for rejuvenating and repairing skin and soft tissue in other parts of the body.
During PRP therapy, a small vial of your own blood is extracted. Then it is spun in a centrifuge to separate the blood into layers. The platelet-rich plasma is extracted from the whole blood. The platelets are activated, then injected into the area being treated, where the PRP will release growth factors that stimulate regeneration and repair.
It’s a quick procedure that can be done in the office, and because your own blood is used, PRP therapy has low risk and few side effects.
When treating sexual or incontinence issues, PRP can help rejuvenate tissues that have begun to atrophy due to age and hormonal changes, restoring function, response, and vaginal lubrication.
Remember when sex was a lot of fun?
It can be again, with PRP.
Yes, PRP is Available in Sedona at Medically Yours
Ask about our Absolute Gold Intimacy Enhancement services when you call (928) 254-3676 for an appointment with Stacy Davidson, FNP.