What Does the P-Shot Do for You?

What Does the P-Shot Do for You?

Men’s health has undergone a revolution in recent years, especially with regard to erectile dysfunction (ED). This is a condition that many men face for various reasons, and while there are a variety of pills, pumps, and creams that claim to help, in reality, it is the p-shot Lubbock should look to if they suffer from ED or a lack of sex drive.

Many men feel self-conscious about the size of the penis, believing it to be smaller than average. In fact, the average erect penis measures little more than 5”, so the chances are they worry about nothing. However, such concern can lead to a loss of social confidence and even depression, so it is certainly worth seeking a solution.

Poor sexual performance also puts a strain on relationships from both parties, with neither getting the pleasure they desire from sex. In the article that follows we take a look at the P-shot and what it is, how it works, and what you should expect if you choose to undergo this simple and minimally invasive procedure.

What is the P-Shot?

The P-shot – or Priapus shot – is a procedure involving the injection of PRP into the penis. We will explain PRP in the next section. It is usually performed on men suffering from ED or having a low sex drive. Men who perceive they have a small penis also undergo the procedure.

The P-shot can be performed in its entirety in around one hour and is a painless procedure as the penis is numbed beforehand. It also involves the drawing of blood. It is safe, tried, and has been performed millions of times, and usually has the effect of increasing the girth of the penis and improving the blood flow.

As blood flow is essential to getting and maintaining an erection it follows therefore that improved blood flow will lead to a firmer and more successful erection. The P-shot relies upon PRP to do the job, so let’s talk about PRP and what it is.

PRP Explained

Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) is a procedure that uses the patient’s own blood. Blood consists of red and white cells, plus platelets, and the plasma that carries these through the body. PRP works like this: the medical professional will take a simple blood sample, as you may have experienced many times before.

The blood is then put in a centrifuge where it is spun at a given speed. The effect of this is to separate the platelets from the blood. This is known as Platelet-rich plasma. This is then harvested and injected back into the penis. The female version, known as the O-shot, is injected into the walls of the vagina.

Platelets are the element of blood that stimulate cell growth and repair as well as blood flow. By increasing the ratio of platelets in the blood in the penis it follows that extra cells will grow, and blood flow will improve – hence repairing the inability to maintain an erection and possibly improving the girth of the penis.

Because PRP uses only the patient’s blood there is minimal risk of contamination, and the only side effects reported are possible soreness in the areas treated for a short time. It is a safe and tested procedure. But are you a candidate?

Who Might Have the P-shot?

The first step toward getting the P-shot is to have a consultation with an expert. Many of the symptoms and causes of ER can be signs of other conditions – diabetes, for example – hence a diagnosis is essential. The consultant will want to talk about your family and health history, as well as your lifestyle. If you smoke heavily or drink alcohol to excess, these can be contributors to ED, and you will be expected to stop or at least cut down to sensible levels. You may be considered a candidate for the P-shot if you fall into any of the following categories:

  • You have a low sex drive
  • You have difficulty getting and maintaining an erection
  • You suffer from ED
  • Your partner gets no pleasure from sex
  • You have low self-confidence and believe your penis is smaller than average

Be open and honest with the doctor as ED and poor libido are no longer taboo subjects. That does not mean, however, that men are not troubled by it, so be aware you are one of many thousands – if not millions – of men who suffer from these problems. Now, the thought of injection is terrifying for many people but having one in the penis will cause great concern! There really is nothing to fear, so let’s talk about what to expect when you undergo the P-shot.

What to Expect from the Procedure

You will be treated by a trained and qualified professional who handles this procedure many times a day. They will begin by making you comfortable and taking that initial blood sample. They will then numb the penis while performing the centrifuge routine and harvesting the PRP. This will then be injected into the penis, perhaps in more than one place.

In some routines, the use of dermal fillers is combined with PRP, and your consultant will discuss at the consultation whether this route is the one for you or simply PRP. As for pain, most patients feel pressure and no pain, and you may be sore from the injection in the immediate aftermath. It will take around an hour, and there is no downtime with this simple and effective procedure.

What Benefits Will I Feel from the P-shot?

Expect the effects to be felt perhaps a week or two after the procedure, and you will notice it once the growth element starts to have an effect. You will notice a harder, longer-lasting erection, better sex for both parties, and a boost in confidence where you previously were lacking. It will restore your ability to have sex and enjoy it. The effect lasts around 9 to 12 months, and you can repeat the procedure as many times as you wish.

Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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