Jan 25, 2016

The Canmore MediSpa and Laser Centre


The O-Shot Revolution!

Naomi Isted, TV presenter, blogger, vlogger and Founder of the Ultimate Lifestylist talks about her weak bladder post childbirth and what she has done about it!

“It's something most women and sometimes men don't want to talk about but plagues so many of our lives. A weak bladder, which gets worse with age and childbirth, it can cause embarrassment and anxiety, but also general annoyance for simple day to day tasks.

I've always had a weak bladder.  I drink copious amounts of water and have to plan my pee stops on a daily basis. Like a child I'll go to the loo before I leave the house, then the second I arrive at a coffee shop, pub, meeting or station. The annoyance and anxiety starts if I'm driving and stuck in traffic or stuck in the school car park. At least when I was pregnant I had the excuse 'can I use your toilet please? I'm pregnant'. But now I've had my second child and forgot to do the all-important pelvic floors, there's no excuse and the anxiety I can experience at the risk of a public embarrassment is horrendous. Simple days out to kids parks or busy places where there's a queue for the toilet can fill me with dread.

Apart from the daily annoyance, my weak bladder also causes me to wake at least 4-5 times a night. Yet living with this, I never even considered there was a quick solution, which could help. I spoke to my GP and she said start doing your pelvic floors around 3-4 times a day and in 3-4 months it should get better. I just thought “oh my goodness are you kidding me?” I'm so manic I barely remember to feed myself let alone have time to do pelvic floors. So I left the clinic feeling quite despondent.

Then I met Aesthetic doctor, Dr Shirin who suggested the Oshot. She said it can make the bladder last much longer and less of an urgency to pee. So of course I booked myself straight in. She also said the main purpose was to intensify your orgasm which after having a baby 6 months ago, your sex life can also take a knock, so thought great what a fab procedure.

I went in for the treatment, which is a growing trend with celebrities, it took around an hour. The doctor initially numbs you up and then takes a big vial of your blood. From this, your blood is put in a machine and the plasma is extracted which will then be injected back in. Once the machine had done the job around 15 minutes later then Dr Shirin got to work and administered the injection down there. It was fairly uncomfortable but if it works its well worth the discomfort.

Since the procedure I have been going a lot less frequently to the toilet and can hold on a lot longer, in terms of the orgasm all I can say is wow!

This has been popular in the states. But Dr Shirin is one of very few doctors in the UK who has this marvellous machine. I wanted to share my story as so many women have to deal with this on their own and suffer in silence but I want them to know that there are options for them out there that can have immediate results.  The Oshot gave me immediate and incredible results my confidence is so much better and I don't feel anxious which is life changing. There’s also the PShot which is available for men.

 I was treated by Dr Shirin at Elite Aesthetics

 

Written by Naomi Isted

Editor in Chief of Ultimate Lifestylist /

TV Presenter -  Blogger

 

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MEDICAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE OSHOT:

 

A game-changing new treatment is giving women back control of their bodies as well as their sexual desire.

 

The O-Shot® is an all-natural, painless and non-surgical procedure that can rejuvenate and revitalize vaginal and clitoral function, giving you dramatically improved sensitivity and significantly enhance your sex drive.
The O-Shot® is also an effective treatment for stress urinary incontinence, the unintentional urination that can occur during physical activity. Many women lose urine when laughing, coughing, sneezing or exercising. This is caused by a weakening of the sphincter pelvic muscles, often caused in childbirth. The O-Shot activates stem cells in the localized region and these muscle tissues are able to regenerate and improve their strength and ability to prevent urine flow.



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