What is the P Shot?
The P Shot ® (Priapus Shot for men) is a non-surgical procedure that adds girth and length to your penis. It involves an injection of activated platelet rich plasma (PRP) that is processed from your own blood. The activated platelet rich plasma is rich in growth factors stored within the platelet granules which include: IGF (insulin like growth factor), VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor), PDAF (platelet derived angiogenic factor), and TGF-b (transforming growth factor beta).
These growth factors are released when platelet activation is triggered. The most important use of growth factors are for angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation), wound healing, and regeneration. The PRP has been used extensively in the field of dentistry and orthopedics for healing of joint, muscle, and facial injuries, to improve soft tissue healing, and to accelerate the vascularization of grafted tissue. Famous athletes have used PRP for injury rehabiliatation.
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What are the benefits of the P Shot?
• Enhanced blood flow to the penis
• Natural penile increase in size and girth
• Better quality of erections
• Lasting results of up to 18 months or longer
• Increased sensation and pleasure
• It can potentiate the effect of other erectile medications, such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra or Stendra
• Helps men recover sexual function
The procedure is performed in less than half an hour. There is no downtime, no surgery, no potential for allergic reactions, no lumpiness, and no foreign materials are used in the injection. It is totally safe since YOUR activated platelets are used in the injections.
Blood is drawn from your arm and placed into a centrifuge. This separates the blood cells from the plasma which is rich in platelets. The platelets are then activated by a CaCl2 solution. This liquid is then injected into the side wall of the penis using a tiny needle after the skin is numbed with a xylocaine gel.
This is a relatively new procedure in the field of Urology but it has been successfully used in dentistry, orthopedics and vascular grafting.