PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections are a type of non-surgical procedure that uses a patient’s own blood to enhance various aspects of the reproductive tract, using growth factors to promote cell regeneration and healing.
In cosmetic gynecology, PRP injections are being explored as a non-surgical treatment option for improving the appearance and function of the female genitalia. Some of the uses of PRP injections in cosmetic gynecology include:
Vaginal rejuvenation: PRP is injected into the vaginal walls to stimulate collagen production, resulting in a tighter vaginal canal and improved muscle tone.
Labial rejuvenation: PRP is injected into the labia majora to stimulate collagen production, resulting in improved volume and shape of the labia.
O-Shot: PRP is injected into the area around the clitoris and the vaginal opening to stimulate blood flow and new cell growth, which is believed to improve sexual sensation and pleasure.
Vaginal dryness: PRP is injected into the area to improve blood flow and increase production of lubricating fluids.