Women in Ann Arbor and Southeast Michigan have found a way to reclaim confidence and intimacy. Non-invasive feminine rejuvenation procedures to tighten and revitalize the vaginal structures are becoming very popular. They can be done with no down time, and women can return to all of their normal activities the very same day. PRP injections have shown great promise.
PRP has been shown to:
- Improve Vaginal Lubrication
- Increase Sensitivity (aid individuals with orgasmic dysfunction)
- Some have even reported improved urinary control
*Individual results may vary
What is PRP?
Platelet Rich Plasma
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is being used in Regenerative Medicine for many purposes. PRP is made from your own blood and has been found to be very beneficial for wound healing. It can be used in knees and shoulders post injury, and also for those suffering with chronic joint pain. It also helps people with rejuvenating areas of hair loss.
To prepare the treatment, your blood is drawn and placed into a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the platelet layer and the overlying plasma. The PRP is then harvested and the growth factors are activated.
How does PRP Feminine Rejuvenation at Procerus Skin Care Work?
PRP O-Shot injection leads to the formation of new blood vessels in the deeper vaginal tissues, and stimulates the Skene’s gland resulting in improved vaginal lubrication and sensitivity –especially benefitting those suffering from orgasmic dysfunction.
What can I expect during the PRP Feminine Rejuvenation procedure in Ann Arbor Michigan?
The PRP O-Shot injection procedure is very simple. After your blood is drawn and the PRP is prepared, a small amount is injected with a very fine needle. The injection needle is many times smaller than ones used in vaccinations. You may feel during the procedure a very tiny pinch. There can be a tiny spot of blood from the injection site, so a panty liner is advised. You will be able to return to your regular activities on the same day. The treatment regimen consist of a series of 3 sessions 1 month apart. One can expect to come in for a maintenance injection every 4-6 months.