Both the O-Shot and the P-Shot work the same way, so treatment for both is essentially the same, except for the specific areas where injections are administered.
When you arrive for your appointment, the genital area will be numbed with a topical anesthetic, followed by a numbing injection.
After this, blood will be taken from your vein and will be placed inside a centrifuge, which is a device that spins the blood to separate the red blood cells from the platelet-rich plasma.
Once the plasma is separated, it will be put into a syringe and then injected into the body. For men, the PRP injections are done in the base of the penis, the shaft, and the head. For women, the injections are done in the clitoris and the surrounding labia minora.
Every patient has a different pain tolerance, but most patients report feeling only minor discomfort due to the numbing agents. Typically, O-Shot and P-Shot appointments last a half hour.