Women Improve Sex & Cure Urinary Incontinence
PRP For Sexual Dysfunction In Women is a revolutionary, all-natural, and non-surgical procedure that uses platelet rich plasma (PRP) to rejuvenate and revitalize vaginal and clitoral function. Dr. Harry Collins is trained and certified to perform the procedure by the inventor Dr. Charles Runels.
With the simple use of topical numbing creams that virtually eliminate the pain, the PRP harvests a woman's own healing agents (called platelets) and applies them to two specific areas, one near the clitoris and one inside the vagina.
Platelets are a normal component of your blood's plasma. They play an essential role in the way your body heals injuries. When activated, they release large amounts of several growth factors that stimulate growth and repair. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used effectively for a variety of treatments for more than 20 years and many studies have found it to be safe and in most cases effective. Over 50,000 procedures involving the injection of PRP into various parts of the body have been performed with no significant side effects or complications reported.
PRP works by separating out the platelets from the other components of the blood and turning them into an injection full of platelet-rich plasma. Potent numbing cream is applied liberally to the injection site and then the injection takes place painlessly.
Once injected, the platelets immediately activate the body's localized stem cells and begin rejuvenating and revitalizing vaginal and clitoral function. This results in increased sensitivity and improved overall sexual response.
To date, hundreds of women have experienced its benefits. While results vary from patient to patient, each one has reported some level of increased function and sensation - many cite significant increases.
Although each woman's experience can be different, here is a list of the positive changes that have been reported after having the injection performed:
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Younger, smoother skin of the vulva (lips of the vagina)
- A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)
- Stronger orgasm
- More frequent orgasm
- Increased sexual desire
- Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
- Decreased pain for those with Sexual Pain Disorder
- Increased natural lubrication
- Decreased urinary incontinence
Do You Have Incontinence?
The Mayo Clinic defines Urinary Incontinence as: the unintentional loss of urine. Stress incontinence is prompted by a physical movement or activity - such as coughing, sneezing, running or heavy lifting - that puts pressure (stress) on your bladder. The procedure has a 95% success rate of curing stress incontinence! If you have stress incontinence, you may feel embarrassed, isolate yourself, or limit your work and social life, especially exercise and leisure activities. With treatment, you'll likely be able to manage stress incontinence and improve your overall well-being.