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  1. I have had lichens sclerosis for about 5 years now. I am 52 and have not had sex for 4 and a half years. I has caused me depression and I feel so less of a woman. I feel like I am going to be alone for the rest of my life! I need a change!

  2. I am so happy I have found this information they are doing research on lichen sclerosus. I have had this for 8 years, ever since to moved to FL from PA……I am VERY excited about this research!!!

  3. Very interested to know positive and,negative results for women who already experience great orgasms but take a dht blocker to keep their hair which prevents orgasming.

  4. I am 41 years old and it has always been difficult for me to have an orgasm. I have been newly diagnosed with Sjogrens in the past year and vaginal dryness is one of the symptoms that comes with this autoimmune disease. My question is have you had any patients to receive the O shot who have been diagnosed with Sjogrens if so what were their results. If not will there be any up coming trial studies.

  5. I had the o-shot a few weeks ago at Dr. Amy Brenner’s in Cincinnati. They were very professional and answered all my questions about expectations of the procedure. Though I was not experiencing any major issues, I felt there was something missing with sex and achieving orgasm. I have definitely seen improvement in my relations the last few days and am excited to see the full outcomes over the next months. It was such a simple procedure I wouldn’t mind doing it again! Thanks Dr. Brenner for helping me improve my quality of life!

  6. just seen gynaecologist Yesterday and she said I had the desease and she gave me an ointment to put on, she didn’t say to bath first and rub it in for 90 sec thanks for that information. I would love to do a trial and help out the research for a cure.

    • We finally finished forming the legal entity to collect money as a non-profit to fund further lichen sclerosus research. The O-Shot group funded the first research EVER to show that PRP alone shows benefit with symptoms and on biopsy to help those who suffer with lichen sclerosus. But, a small study of only 10 people had a budget approaching $100,000. To really do this right, we need more funding (patients were compensated for travel, all lab testing, and the pathologists were paid). We are waiting now for approval from the IRS for text-deductible status (hopefully in the next 60 days)

  7. My o shot was done in September 2015 by Dr. Runels in Fairhope. I’m 63, hysterectomized, with Sjogrens in addition to normal postmenopausal dryness. That, and thinning of the vaginal lining, made intercourse painful, bloody, and very rare. Also, I had no desire AND I peed my pants when I sneezed. One week after having the shot, I had to wake my husband up in the middle of the night to service me! Now my husband is a whole new man and treats me like he did when we were first married 22 years ago instead of treating me like a housekeeper. As amazing as the change in me is, the change regular sex has made on his outlook on life is night and day! BTW, I don’t pee myself anymore either! If the shot ever wears off, I’ll be first in line to get another one!

    • Thank you very very much for having the courage to tell your story.

      The procedure does not work for everyone, but it works so very well for over 80% of the women treated that we are pushing forward with more research to better understand how to identify those it may help and how to make it work better for those for whom it does not help. Sjogrens can be very frustrating and hopefully your courage will lead other women to healing and relationships to mending.

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