What is the P-shot or Priapus Shot?
The Priapus Shot®, also known as the P-Shot, is a natural, drug-free, surgery free way to improve performance designed to deliver lasting improvements in sexual performance for men. It can also be effective for people who have had prostate surgery and ED related to diabetes and high blood pressure. For some, they may notice an increase in size as well.
Unlike medications, you do not need to fear headaches, heart attacks or stroke with the P-shot. Since the Pshot contains your own blood, you will not have any unwanted reactions.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection for sex. It can really impact a relationship and cause undo psychological stress. 1 out of every 2 men between the ages of 35 and 65 will have a problem with erectile dysfunction, or other sexual wellness issues.
- Current Treatments Out There
- What is the procedure like?
- How does It work?
- How fast can you see results?
- Can this be combined with other treatments?
- Is this treatment covered by insurance?
- Risk factors
Currently, the only medications available are Viagra and Cialis. While these medications can be very effective, they can cause some with side effects which can also be serious. They may also eventually stop working. Surgery would be the last resort. Yikes!
Blood is drawn and platelets are concentrated. Then a proprietary technique is utilized to inject various areas of the penis to stimulate rejuvenation.
The growth factors in the P-shot stimulate growth of new blood vessels and increases circulation to the penis. The result is a stronger erection, tissue growth, and improved sensation.
For some, they may notice improvements in a few weeks while others may take a month or two. A series of treatments may also need to be done depending on your overall health and situation. A pump will also be utilized during your treatment.
Yes, this can be combined with shockwave therapy which can be very synergistic. Other treatments may include improvements to testosterone and peptides.
No, this treatment is not covered by insurance but there are payments options.
High blood pressure, diabetes, prostate surgery, radiation, spinal cord issues, stroke, MS, psychological distress, atherosclerosis, low testosterone.