The P-Shot® for Men Corrects & Enhances Common Conditions.
What Conditions Can the Priapus Shot® Treat?
- Peyronie’s disease, which is a curvature of the penis due to plaque buildup
- Erectile Dysfunction (due to age, post-radiation, diabetes or other)
- Increases girth and length lost due to normal aging process
- Promotes stronger, lasting erections
- Increases sensitivity and improves skin texture
- Can help increase size (with a proper regimen)
- Results can vary depending on each person and there health.
How Does the P-Shot® Help with Erectile Dysfunction and Enhancement?
The growth factors in the Platelet Rich Plasma promote healing, collagen production and elastin production which helps increase tissue surface area and improves the appearance, sensitivity and texture of the skin. In addition it improves vascularity, promoting more blood flow and stronger erections. For Peyronie’s sufferers, stem cells and growth factors help to break up and heal the plaque that causes the curvature of the penis.
How Long Does It Take?
It is a relatively simple procedure that is preformed in our office. The whole process takes approximately 1 hour. The procedure it self only takes approximately 20–30 minutes, however the numbing and blood draw prior to the procedure takes approximately 30 minutes. You can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure, and sexually activity is encouraged to promote circulation.
How Many Procedures Does It Take?
You can see results and significant improvement in as little as one treatment. You might consider multiple treatments depending on the severity of your condition and the results you are looking for. You can continue to improve the health and even size through multiple P-Shot® procedures. We offer a discount for every procedure after the first to make sure you are getting the results you want. You will begin to see noticeable results after 3–4 weeks and can continue to improve for up to 3 months for optimal results. The treatments last up to 18 months.
Does the Procedure Hurt?
Actually, it’s been reported that this is a relatively painless procedure. The area is completely desensitized using numbing cream. You might feel a bit of a pinch during the injections, which has been described as “about 1/10th of a bee sting”. Some men report not feeling the injections at all.