The O-Shot helps women struggling with stress incontinence

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Having to worry about leaking urine when laughing, coughing or sneezing can impact a woman’s quality of life.

By Beth Newcomb

Nearly 50 percent of adult women struggle with stress incontinence, and that’s no laughing matter. 

“Having to worry about leaking urine when laughing, coughing or sneezing can impact a woman’s quality of life,” says Dr. Laurel Matthews, owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar. “It’s not only embarrassing, it also robs us of our independence.”

Stress incontinence doesn’t go away with age. In fact, it gets worse.

Fortunately, Dr. Laurel’s practice is centered around the remarkable regenerative benefits of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). She offers women the O-Shot for the treatment of both stress incontinence and sexual dysfunction. 

Following a blood draw, your own platelet-rich plasma with growth factors is isolated. After numbing the vaginal area, Dr. Laurel injects the PRP into the space between the urethra and vagina. 

“PRP stimulates stem cells to grow healthier urethral and vaginal tissue,” she explains. “Rejuvenating the tissue results in over a 90-percent cure of simple urinary stress incontinence.”

The shot lasts for up to three years. Improvement is progressive with final results after about three months.

In addition to being a cure for stress incontinence, the O-shot dramatically increases natural lubrication and produces stronger, more frequent orgasms. 

Schedule a complimentary consultation by calling 216-245-6682. The office is at 3439 W. Brainard Rd., Suite 107, in Woodmere, To learn more, visit DrLaurelsPRPBar.com. Hours are by appointment.