O-Shot® Versus ThermiVa®
It's often said that the biggest sexual organ is the brain. But what about when the mind is ready and willing, but the rest of your body says, "no thank you." Women who have difficulties with arousal, pleasure and reaching orgasm may have Female Sexual Arousal Disorder. This disorder impacts about 1 in 20 women at some point in their lives, often following childbirth or during and after menopause. About the same number of women can become aroused but have difficulty reaching orgasm, diagnosed as Female Orgasmic Disorder.
Childbirth and menopause can lower libido, decrease lubrication and make sex painful. Women can then lose self-confidence and can be stressed about the impact their sexual difficulties may have on their relationships. Today women have many treatment options that can help improve sexual response and satisfaction. O-Shot® and ThermiVa® are two popular choices – but how do they stack up?
If you are looking for solutions to fix an unfulfilling sex life, the expert urogynecology team at Coyle Institute is here to help. During your consultation, we'll discuss your medical and sexual history and your goals. A full assessment can determine if O-Shot® is the right female sexual enhancement treatment for you.