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The P Shot 411

April 14, 2018

 

The P shot treats issues for our guys including:  arousal, erection, penetration, stamina, and orgasm.

 

Priapus shot, or P shot, is provided by specifically trained clinicians. 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 even studies show the P shot can improve appearance.

 

Graphically speaking, PRP shots are administered as a set of 5 or 6 injections directly into a penis after topical anesthesia.

 

Reported complications are very rare, PRP is using your own blood. 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 be received by anyone.

 

Fundamentally the P shot and O shot for women are somewhat similar. Women can benefit from the PRP treatment by receiving these same blood-derived growth factors for a treatment in the clitoris called an O-shot, an intra-clitoral treatment administered by trained providers, which can enhance or improve orgasms, and treat a variety of vaginal and urinary complaints. You should seek a specifically trained provider, and you want the best quality PRP processed the the specific way by specially trained staff.


Heart health always is important for the best erections, regardless of your use of P shots.  It is probably true that for the most part some simple physical fitness assessments can determine if the average male is healthy enough for sex. AARP says the quick answer is that most all men are healthy enough for sex! But we say some fitness is required and one good measure is if you have at least the amount of lung strength to go up two flights of stairs.  Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) can take medications such as Sildenafil, vardenafil, tadalafil, and avanafil to help

the erection, and some may need other hormonal management.

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