Do you know that most men always claim that their penis is the most important organ of their body? For this, many men use pills, creams, and mechanics that can only offer a temporary fix and may not address all of the factors that negatively affect a man’s sex life, sexual satisfaction, and intimate relationships. Most men are looking for P-shot before and after sizes. This article will explore everything about P-shot and before and after size.
What is a P-shot?
A P-shot is a non-surgical procedure using an injection of platelet-rich plasma into the penis for possible improvements in male sexual health, sexual function, sexual performance, penis length, and girth. A P-shot may be used by men with certain sexual dysfunctions such as erectile dysfunction although the results are not well proven nor well studied and it is not considered a first-line treatment option.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) put through centrifuge from the candidate’s own blood is believed to contain growth factors and stem cells that provide male enhancement and erectile function. The most common brand name is the Priapus Shot®. Some candidates choose to pursue additional procedures in conjunction with a P-shot like a skin resurfacing procedure.
What is the P-Shot used for?
The P-Shot is based on PRP therapy used in recovery from muscle and joint injuries and explored for treating chronic health conditions. In all cases, it’s considered an experimental treatment. In short, the P-Shot has been used as an alternative treatment in cases including:
- erectile dysfunction (ED)
- lichen scleroses
- Pyronine’s disease, a condition in which scar tissue makes the penis curve when it’s erected
- penis enhancement
- general sexual function, performance, and orgasm enhancement
What Benefits Can a Man Have from the P-Shot?
The following are the benefits of P-shot for men
- Stronger, firmer erections
- Easier to achieve and maintain erections (i.e., improved sexual stamina)
- Increased penile length and girth
- Improvement in or the resolution of penile curvature from Peyronie’s Disease
- Resolution of penile pain with erection
- Increased sensitivity in the penis
- Better overall blood flow to the penis
- Improved strength
- Increased sex drive
- Increased circulation for a healthier organ
- Improved effectiveness for complementary therapies such as Viagra or Cialis
- Increased sensation and pleasure
- Increased size by design by varying injection sites
- Proven to work in multiple studies
- No allergic reactions
- No lumpiness
- Minimal pain
How Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment Works
There’s a macabre reason that a version of this treatment for the face is sometimes referred to as a “vampire facial.” PRP therapy is a simple process that is a bit like a blood transplant.
Here’s a simple explanation of how it works:
1. A healthcare professional draws a blood sample from your body (typically your arm).
2. The blood is centrifuged to separate the blood into three components (platelet-rich plasma, platelet-poor plasma, and red blood cells).
3. The platelet-rich plasma is extracted with a syringe and is then injected into the treatment site (in this case, your penis).
What actually happens once the platelets are injected is less clear. Scientists are still trying to understand the exact mechanism that makes PRP effective.
According to one study, “There is a general consensus in PRP research that the injection of concentrated platelets, once activated, results in an exponential increase in numerous growth factors at the sight of injection.”
It’s true that growth factors and other compounds in PRP could have rejuvenating effects on tissues and cause tissue growth (and repair, if there’s damaged tissue), and that can encourage cellular regeneration and healing, (which has been observed in sports injuries and hair regrowth).
After all, a concentrated platelet is essentially a normal healthy blood cell on steroids.
P- shot Results
Unlike many fast-acting, temporary treatments for male enhancement, the P-Shot is a treatment that provides noticeable results within one to six weeks with results that can last for up to two years. Sometimes, the P-Shot can result in almost immediate results, as the body naturally responds to treatment with increased girth and length. While these immediate results can seemingly wane as your body naturally absorbs some of this fluid, new tissue growth will continue over 12 weeks.
P-shot before and after size
Here is proof of the work of the P-shot with before and after size.
Potential side effects and complications
You’ll probably have some minor side effects from the injection that should go away in about four to six days, including:
Some rare complications may include:
- outbreaks of cold sores if you have a history of herpes simplex virus
How Long Does the P-Shot Last?
The P-Shot is a minimally invasive procedure that offers long-lasting results to improve virility and address a variety of concerns that can negatively impact a man’s sex life and intimate relationships. The P-Shot was named for the Greek god of fertility, Priapus, and uses the body’s naturally occurring platelets to enhance size, sexual drive, and staying power.
By using platelet-rich plasma (PRP) extracted directly from your body, the P-Shot can provide long-lasting results without the risk of allergic reaction or irritation, which can occur with other creams, pills, and mechanisms that promise male enhancement. PRP also naturally contains growth factors and proteins that activate the stem cells within the penis, thereby stimulating cellular repair and regeneration. This promotion of collagen production leads to the formation of new blood vessels, stimulates new tissue growth, and ultimately improves the health, circulation, strength, and size of the penis.
What is the average cost of a P-shot procedure?
A P-shot procedure can cost anywhere from $800 to $2,000. The actual cost of a P-shot is dependent upon location, board-certified plastic surgeon, and length and involvement of the plastic surgery.
Frequently asked questions about P-shot
Here are frequently asked questions about P-shot. We hope it will answer your question and also be useful to you.
Is the P-Shot the Same Thing as Trimix Injections?
No. TriMix is a shot to produce an erection for a brief period of time and must be given every time you wish to have an erection; however, the P-Shot® is a treatment that revives and enhances your natural erections.
How Does the P-Shot Work?
The growth factors & proteins released by the high concentration of platelets in PRP in turn activate stem cells and stimulate cellular repair and regeneration wherever they are applied in the body. In addition, collagen production and the formation of new blood vessels occur and further aid in tissue repair.
How Is PRP for the P-Shot Acquired?
A small amount of blood is drawn in the office at the time of the procedure. Your blood is then spun in a specially designed centrifuge which separates the platelets and plasma from the rest of the blood. The platelets are isolated and then injected back into the body wherever their benefits are needed. Along with numbing cream on the skin, a block is performed on the penis, so there is no pain.
How Long Does the P-Shot Procedure Take to Perform?
The PRP injection is performed in our office. It should take about 60 minutes from start to finish but we do usually allow a little extra time. You may drive yourself home after the procedure.
Is There Anything Else That I Will Need to Do After the Procedure?
Yes. Using a VED, or Vacuum Erection Device is essential for achieving optimal success from the procedure. This is usually done twice daily. It requires only a few minutes of your time and without it, success rates are usually lower. We will walk you through it the first time.
When Can I Resume Sexual Activity After the P-Shot Procedure?
You may resume sexual activity about 4 hours after the procedure on the same day.
What Are the Potential Side Effects of the P-Shot?
Since PRP is extracted from your own blood, there are few and only minor potential side effects. These include minor bleeding or bruising, swelling, and very rarely infection.
What should you ask your P-Shot doctor about getting the shot
At the Broward Urology Center, we believe that this procedure is best performed by a board-certified urologist who is a genito-urinary surgical subspecialist. A urologist has gone through at least 5 years of training to learn the anatomy of the penis and ALL of the surgeries and procedures relating to it. A brief training course can never replace this level of experience.