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  • Orgasm related question asked by millions of females across the globe
  • Dr Charles Runels injects blood into a patient’s clitoris to ‘heighten feeling’
  • The op also ‘cures post-birth damage, FGM scarring, vaginal eczema’
  • It has not be FDA approved and the medical community claim its freakery
  • But more than 20,000 women who’ve had it say it works 

Orgasm can be better and easier now. A doctor dubbed Dr O has taken the blood of thousands of women – and injected it into their clitoris.

Why? For a better orgasm.

The so-called Dr O, whose real name is Dr Charles Runels, has been offering the service from his nondescript clinic in the conservative town of Fairhope, Alabama, for seven years.

His patients, more than 20,000 of them, range from victims of female genital mutilation to women with post-birth damage.

And although the medical community dismiss his techniques as freakery, his clients insist he has changed their lives.

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The O-shot: Injecting a woman’s blood into her own clitoris supposedly heightens sensitivity

More than 50 million women struggle to achieve an orgasm, according to research by the American Medical Association.

But according to Dr Runels and co-creator Dr Samuel Wood, this procedure is the only sure-fire female equivalent of a little blue pill.

The injection costs upwards of $ 1,200 per shot.

First, Dr Runels draws blood from a patient’s arm.

He then uses a centrifuge to separate the platelets into a platelet-rich plasma (PRP).

That is put in a syringe, and inserted into the patient’s clitoris.

The whole thing lasts about 20 minutes.

The idea is that the procedure stimulates cell growth.

When you have a cut, stem cells are attracted to the area and become activated to grow new tissue that includes collagen, fatty tissue and blood vessels.

As well as supposedly clearing inflammation, the increased blood flow increases sensitivity in the area.

It is not Dr Runels’ first moment in the spotlight.

The idea of PRP shots hit headlines in 2013 when Kobe Bryant got some at different parts of his body to fix injuries.

Soon after, Kim Kardashian posted a picture on Instagram of her face covered in blood after a ‘vampire face lift’ – by Dr Runels.

Dr Runels draws blood from a patient's arm then uses a centrifuge to separate the platelets into a platelet-rich plasma (PRP). That is put in a syringe, and inserted into the patient's clitoris

Dr Runels draws blood from a patient’s arm then uses a centrifuge to separate the platelets into a platelet-rich plasma (PRP). That is put in a syringe, and inserted into the patient’s clitoris

The whole procedure, which costs upwards of $  1,200, lasts around 20 minutes

The whole procedure, which costs upwards of $ 1,200, lasts around 20 minutes

HOW DOES THE O-SHOT WORK?

Blood is drawn from a patient’s arm.

Using a centrifuge, the platelets are separated into a platelet-rich plasma (PRP).

The PRP is inserted into the patient’s clitoris using a needle.

In total, it lasts about 20 minutes.

The idea is that the procedure stimulates cell growth.

When you have a cut, stem cells flock to the area. They are activated to grow new tissue including collagen, fatty tissue and blood vessels.

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And more recently, the so-called ‘vampire breast lift’ has also become a viral trend.

All of those procedures follow the same principal as the O-shot.

In the case of the O-shot specifically, the first patient was Dr Runels’ girlfriend.

In a recent interview with the Guardian, Dr Runels revealed he had been injecting his own penis for maximized sensitivity for years, and one day his girlfriend said she wanted the same.

After seeing her heightened sensitivity and stronger orgasms, he decided to try the procedure on other patients.

He told the Guardian his work is aimed at empowering women.

One of his patients that spoke to the Guardian’s Kathleen Hale described how she was raped at 13, then repeatedly raped throughout a 10-year marriage, and was so physically scarred that she only felt pain, not pleasure.

But after a visit to Dr O her injuries faded and ‘her incontinence went away’.

Dr Runels insisted his work is aimed at empowering women

Dr Runels' 'vampire face lift' follows the same principal as the O-shot. The procedure made headlines in 2013 when Kim Kardashian posted the photo on Instagram after getting it done

Dr Runels’ ‘vampire face lift’ follows the same principal as the O-shot. The procedure made headlines in 2013 when Kim Kardashian posted the photo on Instagram after getting it done

Reflecting on that patient’s case, Dr Runels told Hale: ‘That’s my revenge [against rapists] – to say “Eff you” and give women their flower back.’

That is just one case in thousands, 85 per cent of whom were happy with the results.

But medical professionals are still irate about the lack of testing and FDA approval.

Dr Runels funded a $ 95,000 study at George Washington University to try to procedure on nine women.

The study focused on the effect injected PRP would have on a kind of vaginal eczema (vulvar lichen sclerosus), which is a common form of scarring on rape and FGM victims, as well as women post-birth. It can also occur naturally.

The research, published in the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease, found PRP did reduce inflammation.

However, doctors and OB/GYNs have dismissed the results as thin since it only involved nine women and the findings were based on testimonial feedback.

And many question why Dr Runels hasn’t sought FDA approval for the procedure.

PUTTING IT TO THE TEST 

The injection is offered by a few surgeries practices in the US.

One of them is the V-Spot Medi-spa in New York – which is run by Cindy Barshop, a former star of the Real House Wives Of New York City.

In fact, Elite Daily reporter Emily McCombs recently went to test the procedure at Barshop’s Upper East Side ‘vagina spa’.

 By the third week, I started feeling much more sensation during sex
Elite Daily reporter Emily McCombs, who got the O-shot

Dr Carolyn DeLucia, the gynaecologist who treated Ms McCombs, told her: ‘The procedure is mostly about returning function.

‘It’s about being comfortable in our everyday lives and intimacy is an important part of that.’

Ms McCombs said after taking some blood from her arm Dr DeLucia, applied topical cream to numb her clitoris and vagina area.

‘I didn’t feel anything except her fingers inside my vagina when she did the G-shot injection, which just felt like a regular gynecological exam’, she wrote.

After the procedure, which took just over 20 minutes, Ms McCombs noted that she felt more sensitivity during with her fiance.

‘By the third week, I started feeling much more sensation during sex. I was more quickly aroused, and it was much easier to orgasm once we got started,’ she said.

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