Fitness Friday: How the P Shot Can Protect Your Guy From Prostate Cancer: Ejaculate More to Prevent Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men. In the US screening by testing the PSA level has led to early diagnosis and fewer prostate cancers been found in advanced states. And now it has been reported at last year's annual meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA), was published online March 29 in European Urology that frequent ejaculation can lower risk of ever getting prostate cancer.  Although definitive proof of prostate cancer protection still needs to come in subsequent studies as a mere association may not prove that extra ejaculations are going to prevent disease consistently.  For men who want to improve their sex life and increase pleasure the P shot can do just that.
The Priapus shot, or P shot, is provided by specifically trained clinicians to improve male sexuality. The P shot is a treatment using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to enhance male sexual performance. The shot is also reported to be successful in enhancing sexual feeling, allowing for longer and harder erections, improving blood flow and nerve function of the penis, and improving appearance. PRP shots are administered as a set of 5 or 6 injections directly into a penis after topical anesthesia.  The potential for infection, pain, or bleeding from the actual injection is very low, and the shots are considered safe. Since it is an autologous blood product, meaning from the patient themselves, it can virtually be received by anyone. . In men this therapy can be used as an injection in the penis called a P-shot which is performed in a specific way by specially trained physicians. 
In the study those men who had at least 21 times a month were considered those with the most frequent ejaculations, as compared with only 4-7 ejaculations a month. Interestingly, the data showed that as men aged, there was still significant protection against prostate cancer with lower rates of ejaculation.  

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