The P-Shot or priapus shot is a marvel of modern medical science that is getting a lot of attention lately. Men are curious about this revolutionary procedure and have a lot of questions about the procedure and its results. It is an elective medical procedure to improve sexual experiences of men so they can live a more fulfiling and healthy life. Taking informed decisions about your sexual health without any ambiguity in your mind is your right as a consumer of any medical procedure. Through this blog post, it is intended to share helpful information and clearly answer as many questions as possible.
What is the science behind this procedure?
Our blood contains a variety of cells that serve different functions like supplying oxygen to different body organs and defending against the invasion of harmful bodies like bacterias and viruses. Platelets are designed for damage repair and these cells reach any site of injury to trigger an immediate response in the form of increased collagen production and enhanced cellular turn over for healing. The P-Shot is based on PRP (platelet-rich plasma) procedure that has long been used for cosmetical benefits like enhanced cellular turn over and anti-ageing benefits like skin tightening. The blood is withdrawn from the arm of the patient like normally it is withdrawn for any laboratory test. The platelet-rich plasma is separated from the rest of the content of blood using centrifugal force applied in a machine. The extracted platelet-rich-plasma is injected into the base, shaft, and head of the penis. Platelet triggers stem cells and increase These injections will help enhance collagen production, vascular and tissue growth, strengthening the muscles and ultimately increasing the size by length and grith.
Who is a good candidate for P-Shot injections?
Any man who wishes to enjoy enhanced sexual experiences and improve their own performance to give more pleasure to their partner can get this treatment. If you have erectile dysfunction or any other sexual problems that viagra and other medication have failed to resolve, you should consider p-shot as an option before turning towards surgery. These injections can remarkably improve self-esteem by resolving the bothersome sexual inconveniences. Even if you do not have a sexual problem and have a “normal” sexual life but feel a need to take things up a notch, you can opt for p-shots as they are completely safe.
What kind of results can be expected realistically?
These injections can restore normal erectile functions, can delay ejaculation time and enhance the size of the penis. Most candidates report improvement within a week or a month, however, it may take up to three months for complete results to reveal. As every patient is different thus their expectations, goals and results may vary. Some are satisfied with the results of the first session while others may repeat the procedure after three months or more until they reach the required goal. Results of these injections are not permanent but will last for a year or more.
How much it will hurt?
The procedure is done after applying a numbing creme or a jab of nerve-blocking local anaesthesia, therefore the majority of patients experience little to no discomfort. Some more sensitive individuals may experience minor tenderness during and somedays after the procedure.
How long the procedure takes?
The P-Shot is a quick, non-surgical and safe procedure that can be carried out in a clinic in less than an hour.
What aftercare is involved?
The beauty of this procedure is that it involves no downtime or aftercare. You can get this in-office procedure done and go back to your normal life routine immediately. In order to avoid exposure to any infection or inflammation causing irritant or physical insult at the site of insertion of needles, you may have to wait for a day or two before getting involved in any sexual activity.
What are the possible health risks involved?
If correctly administered, there are no side-effects at all as the injections are practically pushing back your own blood in your body. However, an unqualified or unexperienced doctor can inject the needle at a wrong angle or wrong location, causing nerve damage and you may lose sensation and movement of the penis. It is extremely important that you seek consultancy from a qualified doctor and demand to see their certification for the procedure.
Dr Terence Teoh is a certified practitioner who can help you achieve your goals and desired results. If you have any further query or wish to book an appointment with him contact now!