GloZell Green, YouTube Star, Suffers from Urge Incontinence
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The social media star is struggling with urinary incontinence. She tells us she is forced to lay a towel down on the car seat, wear 2 pairs of underwear and also a pad in order to avoid a mishap. "It's just getting ridiculous," she says of her condition.
She visits aesthetic and cosmetic physician Dr. Aleix Bazzi, who performs the "O-Shot" on her. After topical anesthesia is used, a shot of platelet-rich plasma is injected "down there." Dr. Bazzi says patients can see "an 80 percent improvement" of urinary incontinence symptoms with just 1 shot.
A few days after the procedure, GloZell joins the show and happily, shares she feels "1000 percent different." She has been able to go back to wearing just 1 pair of underwear and no longer needs to wear a pad. She also tells us she's dribble-free and has not had any incidents.
Dr. Bazzi says GloZell will continue to see improvements with her issue in the coming weeks and months. He also says the "O-Shot" can help patients experience better orgasms, due to better blood flow to the area.