P-Shot: Rejuvenate your Manhood

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common issues with men. Whether we like it or not at some point of time, we will need help and treatment for it. Most of the time, men are either ashamed to even admit it or just don’t realise the treatment that is available for ED. Those who wanted treatment might not know where to find and who to talk to.

P-shot, one of the treatments available for ED.

P-shot or Priapus shot is a procedure whereby a Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is injected into a targeted area in one’s penis. This plasma is acquired from your own blood which will be drawn prior to the procedure. It is safe, fast and effective in treating ED.

How does it work?

The way it works is similar to the healing process of a wound. In wound healing, it started with platelet accumulation over the wound site. These in turns stimulate release of the growth hormone and other chemical signals which then start the healing process. The key is a platelet rich environment

P-shots do the same thing. By creating a platelet rich environment at a certain area in one’s penis, it basically imitates the healing process. All the damaged or worn-out cells that happen because of aging will be repaired. This process in turn will result in better performing cells which ultimately improve one’s erection.

You can feel the significant difference in maintaining a great erection as early as 2 days and it will get better as days go by. Not only that, you will have fewer chances of premature ejaculation as well as increase in length and girth of the penis.

Is it safe?

Yes! You eliminate the risk of allergic reactions as we use your own plasma. Of course as it involves drawing out blood and injecting it to the penis, there is a small risk of swelling, minor bleeding or bruising and rarely infection.

Am I suitable for this treatment?

Anyone is suitable for this treatment. Your state of health does have an affect towards how good the outcome will be. The healthier you are, the better it will be for you. Depending on this, you may need a combination of treatment either with medications or a shock-wave therapy (ESWT).

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