How Long Will It Take to See the Results of My P-Shot?
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is a concern for millions of men who are older in age or have a medical condition that affects their ability to get an erection or achieve orgasm. It can also cause a decreased sex drive, which can affect relationships in a negative way, cause depression, reduce self-esteem, and change the quality of life for men who are suffering from ED. However, there is a medical procedure that can actually help to assist men with this dilemma, and it is called the P-Shot.
What is the P-Shot?
The P-Shot, or Priapus Shot, is a series of painless injections that are given to the patient using their own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from a small blood sample taken prior to the procedure. This assists the patient by taking the plasma and injecting it into the area, which can help to increase the circulation to the penis, which can allow erections to become stronger, more frequent, and longer-lasting. This, in turn, allows men suffering from ED to regain their sex life, increase relationships with partners, and feel better about themselves. The procedure also allows for an increase in girth and length of the penis, as well as increased sexual sensations and better orgasms in most cases.
How Does the P-Shot Work?
Once the PRP is extracted from the blood sample that is taken in the office, it is then injected into the penis after a numbing cream is applied. Because of the numbing cream, it is a painless procedure. After it is injected, a penis pump will be used for about fifteen minutes. The procedure in total takes only about a half-hour from start to finish.
How Long Does the P-Shot Take to Work?
After the penis pump is used, results from the P-Shot can be seen almost immediately. There is no lengthy downtime or surgery needed, so it makes it the ideal procedure for lunch breaks or an afternoon off. Since there is no downtime, you can resume sexual activity as soon as you feel ready! It is important to note that in order to see full results from these treatments, you may need to receive two or three total treatments spaced a few months apart. While you will still see results between treatments, optimal results can be reached by following your doctor’s guidelines for spacing the treatments out properly.
If you would like to learn more about the P-Shot or to find out if you are a candidate for this life-changing procedure, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today!