The Priapus Shot®, also called the P-Shot® is a medically proven, safe and effective treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). It is one of only a few non-surgical male enhancement treatments that can increase your penis size and improve your sexual performance. This is achieved by a procedure called Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy. P-Shot PRP Therapy involves separating the healing or “growth factors” in your blood from the rest of the blood cells, and then re-injecting that super-charged plasma back into your body. It is a natural alternative for treatment of erectile dysfunction.
The P-Shot® procedure is performed under local anesthetic to ensure the patient’s comfort. It is also very quick- typically taking an hour or less. You can return to your daily routine immediately, and can even resume sexual intercourse on the very same day. In some cases, the results are immediate, but may take up to 3-4 weeks, and last for one to two months. This Fox News video describes the P-Shot procedure in friendly, easy detail.
The P-Shot® is also effective in treating Peyronie’s Disease, a condition in which painful erections, bending of the penis and difficulties with sexual intercourse can be experienced, due to patches of scar tissue develop along the shaft of the penis.
How Does the P-Shot Work?
The PRP in the P-Shot improves blood flow to the penis. The increased circulation restores your ability to achieve longer, stronger and more sustainable erections. The healing and growth factors in the PRP rejuvenate existing blood vessels, and stimulate the production of new blood vessels. The result is significantly improved blood flow to the penis, and good blood flow is essential to erectile function. However, the Priapus shot does more than just improve your ability to get an erection. PRP therapy is a kind of stem cell therapy. It not only improves blood flow; the Priapus shot stimulates the growth of new cells in erectile tissues. That means that this proven procedure not only treats ED, it may actually increase your penis size.
How is the P-Shot Given?
The procedure starts with taking a small sample of your own blood. This is used to create the PRP using a specialized centrifuge. Before the actual shot is given, a local anesthetic is used so the P-Shot treatment is received with little or no discomfort.
Are You a Candidate for the P-Shot?
The P-Shot is ideal for any man who is seeking an alternative to oral ED medications, such as Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra. Some have tried these and were simply disappointed in the results. Others have suffered uncomfortable side-effects such as flushing or headaches. Then, there is a group of men who cannot, or should not take these ED drugs–such as men with diabetes, heart disease, or high-blood pressure. All of these men are good candidates for the P-Shot. Or, if you just do not want to have to take a pill every time you are “in the moment,” the P-Shot may be just what you are looking for.
How much does the P-Shot Cost?
For the most part, the P-Shot is an elective procedure, and therefore not covered by most health insurance. Rather than looking at the P-Shot price, you really need to consider its relative value over other ED treatments. Since the results of the injection can last for a year or more, the P-Shot price is more cost effective than prescription ED medications, which need to be refilled over and over again. Also, the P-Shot is one of the only non-surgical ways to increase penis size. As compared to male enhancement surgery, this male enhancement shot is not only less expensive, it is pain-free. And unlike invasive penile implant surgery, the Priapus shot for men requires little or no downtime.
What Benefits Can I Expect From the Priapus shot?
The Priapus shot results in:
(1) Longer, harder, more sustainable erections
(2) Increased sexual stamina
(3) Reduces time between erections
(4) Increases penis size & sensitivity
(5) Restores self-confidence
If you are interested in learning more about the P-Shot, please contact About Face at 423.989.3223 and request a free consultation with Sue Cressel, Nurse Practitioner. Your appointment and consultation will be treated with discretion and privacy.