Benefits of the P-Shot
Like women, men can also deal with sexual dysfunction issues, and it can be just as embarrassing to talk about. Erectile dysfunction, also called ED for short, is typically caused by a decline in a man’s testosterone levels as aging occurs. The good news is that certain procedures can help alleviate symptoms of ED and other hormonal imbalances that can cause concerns. The P-Shot, or Priapus Shot, can make a world of difference and have you getting back to your old self in no time!
What is the P-Shot?
The Priapus Shot, or the P-Shot, is a procedure focused on using a pain-free injection of platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) to help improve sexual dysfunction in men. The procedure is a suitable and pain-free (despite the name and the way it sounds) way to help treat Erectile Dysfunction.
How is the Procedure Performed?
The P-Shot is performed at your doctor’s office, in a calm and relaxing environment. A simple blood draw is performed, and the blood is placed into a centrifuge to separate the plasma. A numbing cream is applied to the genital area, and then the platelet-rich plasma is injected into the penis, and then a penis pump is applied for about fifteen minutes. This procedure is painless and only takes about a half-hour.
What Are the Benefits of the P-Shot?
The P-Shot is a procedure that has many benefits for men, including the following:
- Increased circulation in the penis, which promotes a healthier organ.
- Enhanced sensitivity in the penile region.
- An increase in stamina during sexual activities
- Stronger erections that last longer and are firmer than before the procedure
- An increase in the length and girth of the penis
- A reduced chance of having a premature ejaculation
- No downtime to the procedure, meaning it can even be performed on a lunch break!
What Are the Risks of the P-Shot?
Since the P-Shot is not a surgical procedure, and there is no anesthesia required, there is a decrease in the risk associated with such a procedure. Also, since this is a platelet-rich-plasma procedure, the risk of your body rejecting your plasma is almost nonexistent. Some side effects and risks to be aware of include: bruising at the injection site, slight itching, and sensitivity.
If you want to learn more about the P-Shot, including all of the benefits that it can bring you, please do not hesitate to call the office of Dr. Ghozland to schedule an appointment!