Sexual Wellness for Women


     As a woman ages and her natural estrogen levels decrease, she becomes more likely to experience some form of Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD).  Common symptoms of FSD include vaginal dryness, reduced ability to achieve or maintain orgasm, pain with intercourse, and reduced sexual desire.  A combination of PRP therapy and hormone replacement with Bioidentical Hormones can resolves these symptoms.  Many women also suffer from urinary incontinence, usually caused by the physical pressure of carrying and delivering children.  PRP therapy has been shown to regenerate the delicate muscles around the urethra to help alleviate urinary incontinence.

PRP Therapy for Women’s Sexual Wellness


     PRP therapy is a safe and natural alternative to invasive procedures and       medications. PRP is used to stimulate the female sexual system achieving:

  • Increased sensitivity of the clitoris

  • Increased ability to achieve vaginal orgasm

  • Improved natural vaginal lubrication

  • Strengthening of the vaginal wall

  • Tighter introitus (vaginal opening)

  • Increased arousal and desire

  • Improvement of urinary incontinence

     PRP stimulates and promotes tissue healing.  As a natural solution, PRP offers a long-term fix for your sexual wellness needs.  With PRP, you may have heightened sensitivity and increased arousal during intercourse.  The healing of your tissues replenishes your body’s ability to self-lubricate during sexual arousal.  You may feel more comfortable and relaxed, which also leads to increased libido.  The heightened sensation during intercourse makes the experience more pleasurable.  Achieving an orgasm during intercourse may become easier with the improvement in your senses of relaxation, arousal, lubrication, and comfort.  PRP helps women take control of their sexual wellness.

PRP Therapy for Urinary Incontinence

     In addition to sexual health, PRP has proven effective in the treatment of urological conditions such as Urinary Incontinence (UI) and overactive bladder.  UI is usually caused by muscle atrophy affecting the control of urine release and results in involuntary leakage.  PRP therapy has been successfully used to treat incontinence when injected around the urethra to stimulate repair and regeneration of the damaged tissue.  Improvements after treatment are normally experienced within several weeks although immediate resolution has been reported.  Oftentimes, PRP therapy reduces the need for medications and in most cases, resolves the condition completely.

What is PRP and how the Therapy Works


     PRP (Platelet RIch Plasma) is an advanced therapy used to help repair damaged and injured tissues in the body.  This minimally invasive procedure helps initiate the regenerative process by activating the growth factors that are already present in your body.  PRP therapy uses components of your own blood to achieve targeted tissue regeneration, so there is virtually no risk of rejection or allergic reaction.  The treatment is quick, essentially painless and harnesses the body's natural healing abilities without surgery or drugs.