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O-Shot or the orgasm shot is a procedure where we use the growth factors from the woman’s own blood to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. This helps with reduced libido, reduced ability to orgasm, stress incontinence (when you leak urine when you cough or sneeze), urge incontinence (when you cannot get to the toilet in time) and vaginal dryness.

G-Spot Amplification

G-Spot is the erogenous area in the vagina and stimulation of this area leads to pleasure and organisms. This procedure will involve a speculum examination to assess the location of this area. A small amount of filler like substance is then strategically injected into this area to make this area more accessible and sensitive leading to enhanced sexual gratification. Results can last from 1-3 years.


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When will a coil start to work?


A coil can be put in at any time in your menstrual cycle if it’s certain you’re not pregnant. An IUD is effective as soon as it is inserted.

If an IUS fitted in the first seven days of your menstrual cycle it’s effective immediately. If it’s fitted at any other time, you’ll need to use additional contraception for the first seven days. If you have a short menstrual cycle, with your period coming every 23 days or less, you may need additional contraception for the first seven days.

How is a coil put in?


The coil is inserted into your uterus (womb). A doctor will examine you internally to check the position and size of your uterus. Sometimes they’ll check for any existing infection. This can be done before or at the time of fitting the coil. You may be given antibiotics at the same time the coil is fitted.

Your appointment will last 30-60 minutes. It can be uncomfortable or painful for some people, and you can opt to have it inserted under sedation if you wish. You may get period-type pain and some light bleeding after the IUS is fitted. Pain-relieving medicine can help with this. We insert coils under ultrasound guidance to ensure that it is in the correct position and place.

How will I know that the coil is in place?


An IUS has two threads attached to the end that hang a little way down from your uterus (womb) into the top of your vagina. The doctor or nurse will teach you how to feel the threads to make sure the IUS is still in place. We will review you 6 weeks after coil insertion to check the threads with a scan to confirm that the coil is in place.

How is a coil taken out?


A trained doctor or nurse can take the coil out by pulling gently on the threads. If you want to keep using a coil, the doctor can put in a new one at the same time.

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