The P-Shot was created by Dr. Charles Runels to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction get that so-desired pep back into their step. Named after the Greek God of Virility, the Priapus Shot, aka the P-Shot, delivers approximately seven different growth factors into the penis to stimulate the regeneration of new cells, collagen and blood vessels so as to rejuvenate tissue so that a firm and sustained erection can occur.
Unlike our gargantuan-endowed friend Priapus, the P-Shot will not deliver an oversized and permanent erection, but rather will increase blood flow to the penis allowing for spontaneous arousal and desired sexual response. You know what that means? A healthy sexual lifestyle might be in your future!
How does this magical P-Shot work? Good question. It’s simple.
The P-Shot is an experimental procedure that uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which basically means that your own blood is reinjected into your body to attract reparative stem cells that immediately work to restore penile muscle and tissue. Let’s rewind a step.
The P-Shot process involves a quick withdrawal of blood from the patient’s arm. Your blood is then transferred to a centrifuge where it spins for about 10 minutes. This process separates the platelet-rich plasma from the platelet-poor plasma. Re-injecting the PRP into the penis, blood flow is stimulated and ready for action.
By harvesting your own plasma-enriched growth factors and injected them back into your blood supply, the P-Shot is essentially a natural treatment, and because it’s natural, the procedure does not present any side effects.
The benefits of PRP Therapy can include:
- Erections achieved and maintained during intercourse
- Increased sensation and pleasure
- Improved self-confidence
- Restored intimacy in relationships
- Spontaneous response to sexual desire
The benefits of the P-Shot have been known to last for up to a year. While the P-Shot is a relatively new procedure and is still considered experimental, it is of note that men who suffer from erectile dysfunction have seen improvements. Whether it’s a placebo effect or a direct effect from the treatment… well, let’s just put it this way, it’s definitely worth a (P-)shot to find out!