A new treatment for erectile dysfunction is now available! This new ED treatment uses your own blood, making it safer. This ground-breaking ED treatment is called the Priapus Shot, or P-Shot, and it uses Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to treat–and potentially reverse–the root cause of erectile dysfunction.
Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP, are concentrated platelets from your blood that promote the healing response. For 40+ years, it’s been used for wound care and sports-related injuries because of its natural healing properties and has advanced to urology, gynecology, and aesthetics. This is the key treatment factor in the P-Shot that is offered at Limitless Male Medical Clinic.
The P-Shot requires a blood draw, where we extract your platelets through a blood-spinning process. Once processed to a high level of platelets, we reinject it directly into the penis. These growth factors in the activated PRP rebuild, rejuvenate, regenerate, and revitalize the penis.
There is actually very minimal pain associated with the P-Shot. We use a very strong numbing cream as well as a numbing block and tiny needles for the injections. There is also minimal, to little bruising.
Because we are using your own cells, there are no allergic reactions. And because it’s not a drug, no FDA approval is necessary. But don’t worry: the process we use to separate the blood is FDA-approved, attributing to the safety of the procedure.
Often, patients are encouraged to have intercourse the same day as their P-Shot procedure. Therefore, downtime is minimal. The procedure only takes about 45 minutes, and patients may see immediate benefits. We typically tell patients to expect to see benefits 6-8 weeks after the P-Shot. The great news is that the P-Shot can last for about 12-18 months!
Let the Board-Certified Physicians at Limitless Male Medical help you stop waiting and start living again. You have nothing to lose–a simple blood test can get you back in the game.
*If you are not using insurance, there may be a nominal charge for the blood test. We will discuss any charges prior to treatment.