The following video was filmed after Dr. Runels contracted with Dr. Andrew Goldstein to test methods developed by the O-Shot® provider group for treating Lichen Sclerosus. Dr. Runels flew to Dr. Goldstein’s office and demonstrated a technique using PRP prepared using methods used in the O-Shot® procedure.
Since that time, the method proved to be helpful: dermatopathologist (looking at before and after biopsies of women suffering with lichen sclerosus and treated in this way) determined that most of the women showed improvement (less inflammation on biopsy). The women also reported a statistically significant improvement in symptoms!
Why don’t we understand how the female orgasm works? After years of scientific research, the male body is understood but when it comes to how women work, we are a long way behind. Why is there this gap in knowledge?
It appears research has been hindered by the assumption that the female body works in the same way as the male body and that for women, arousal is all in the mind. There’s also a general attitude that studying sexual pleasure isn’t important and that female orgasms aren’t important to study as they serve no purpose for reproduction.
Researchers are slowly correcting these assumptions and making surprising discoveries.
We’ll take you behind the scenes to two orgasm labs to bring you the latest research on how orgasms work for women. We’ll also hear from Callista, who struggled with excruciating pain during sex for many years but was told the problem was all in her mind. Her journey to diagnosis shows how little is known, even amongst gynaecologists and doctors, about female sexual pleasure.