When the Priapus Shot does what it should, using it on the penis will result in all of the followings:
Immediately larger, strengthen and straighten the penis
Increase size by design
(can place more in a base or in the head or wherever makes for best result)
Increase circulation within the penis for a healthier organ
Increase sensation and pleasure
(helps correct the damage from diabetes)
Make other therapies work better
(if you still need Viagra or Cialis, then it will work better for you)
No allergic reactions
The steps of the Priapus Shot includes:
Numbing lidocaine cream or local anesthetic injection is administered to the penis.
Blood is drawn from the arm and is put in a centrifuge.
The platelets are mixed with a few drops of Calcium chloride to help platelets release growth factors
This PRP solution is injected into the penis using a tiny needle and in a way that distributes the growth factors in a proper way.
The complete Priapus Shot protocol also includes the use of a penis pump, which has been demonstrated to improve erection as a part of a penile rehabilitation program.
Priapus Shot does not intend to make any particular therapy obsolete but rather offer a protocol for enhancing an overall, synergistic approach to the health and function of the penis.
Overall, it has been shown that blood-driven growth factors (when prepared in a proper way using a kit approved by the FDA for the preparation of PRP) can improve erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, and postop. prostate surgery as part of a penile rehabilitation and successful treatment leads to better function, better relationships, and more pleasure in life.
Priapus Shot FAQ
> How does P Shot work?
The Priapus Shot procedure is a quick, usually painless, 40minute, non-surgical procedure. The P Shot procedure begins with numbing the penis and then a simple blood draw. Then, using a proprietary technique, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is extracted from the blood and then injected into the shaft and into the head of the penis. There is no recovery time and the results are almost immediate in some men. Full results appear in 2-3 months.
> When can I consider having a Priapus Shot procedure?
If you suffer with decrease sensation and pleasure, inability to achieve firmness during relations, difficulty maintaining firmness until your partner is satisfied, decrease in size (often seen with normal aging), an angle that causes pain or inability to have relations (Peyronie’s disease) or family relations strained because of any of the previously mentioned problems.
> Who can get the P Shot?
Your doctor or nurse will help determine if this procedure could work for you and your family. Men both on and off testosterone replacement, those with diabetes, young and old can often benefit from the P Shot. The procedure could lead to lower doses of erectile meds but may not always allow their discontinuation. Smokers may get less results and size improvements occur less reliably.
> What are the benefits of the Priapus Shot procedure?
▪ Enjoy sexual relations on the day of a procedure
▪ Increased sensitivity
▪ Increased desire
▪ Larger girth and length
▪ Fast and relatively painless
▪ Better, healthier sex
▪ Improved relation and stronger family
> Does Priapus Shot benefit Peyronie’s disease?
Research showed that Priapus Shot protocol can often lead to dramatic improvement with a straighter and firmer erection for treating Peyronie’s disease.
The Priapus Shot procedure uses science shown by research to (1) decrease inflammation, (2) increase circulation & (3) remodel scar tissue. Your provider can tailor make this protocol for you.
> Why do I need to use a penis pump after the procedure?
The complete Priapus Shot protocol includes the use of a penis pump, which as a stand-alone therapy, has been demonstrated to improve erection both as part of a penile rehabilitation program as well as an adjunct to other therapies. The penis pump strategy, even without the PRP, has been demonstrated to increase penis size by 2-3cm. Adding PRP to the penis pump shows improved results according to data collected by urologists currently utilizing the Priapus Shot protocol.
> Does Priapus Shot work for everyone?
The results can vary from person to person and no procedure works for all people.