Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the procedure take?
The full PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedure takes approximately 70 minutes.

How long do the effects last?
Based on the patient’s age, lifestyle, habits and metabolism, the procedure can last between 2 to 3 years.

Does the procedure hurt?
No, there is no cutting and only local anesthesia is used. This is a non-invasive and painless procedure.

How is the Cleopatra Procedure different than the O-Shot?
Our PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation procedure is similar to the O-Shot however, we add an additional 4 steps that we dissolve the fat pad that lifts up the clitoris for additional stimulation. Our procedure also adds treatment to two additional location points that the O-shot does not.

How quickly can I expect to see results?
You will feel the results of the PRP procedure within 4-6 weeks.

Is the procedure expensive?
PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation is very affordable and available for every budget. Our goal is to make this available to everyone to live a happier and fuller lifestyle. Ask about financing.

What is the expected recovery time?
Although a patient can literally drive themselves home after the procedure, we recommend 48 hours prior to engaging in sexual activity.




Defy Medical strives to provide both quality medical care along with affordable access to compounded medications, blood tests, and nutritional supplements. In order to accomplish this, Defy Medical does not accept any form of insurance. Many of the formulations we use in our therapies are not covered by insurance, and the cost of overall treatment is often less than when using insurance. On case by case basis, some insurance companies do reimburse for Hormone Replacement Therapy and Testosterone Replacement Therapy. It is each patient's responsibility to contact their own insurance company to confirm reimbursement. Defy Medical will not contact your insurance company nor will take any responsibility for any additional forms your insurance requires. Defy Medical provides claim assistance by completing the standard claim form (CMS-1500) for the patient to submit to their insurance company. If you would like to receive Claim Assistance, please contact patient services at [email protected]