The P-Shot®, or Priapus Shot®, is a medical procedure designed to improve sexual function and enhance male sexual performance. It involves the use of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), which is derived from the patient’s own blood. PRF is known for its regenerative properties, containing growth factors and other bioactive substances that stimulate tissue repair and regeneration.
Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) therapy represents a groundbreaking advancement in the field of regenerative medicine, overshadowing its predecessor, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), in terms of effectiveness.
The typical PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) product generally exhibits 2-5 times the platelet concentration found naturally in the body, whereas PRF boasts at least 10 times this concentration.
This treatment is provided by Natalie Ray, APRN, CRNA-BC, licensed provider with the Cellular Medicine Association.
What can the P-shot do for you?
Stronger, firmer erections
Easy to achieve erections
Increased penis length and girth
Improved & often resolution of Peyronie’s disease
Improved sexual stamina
100 units of Botox are administered into the corpora cavernosa, which are the erectile shafts of the penis. This aims to relax the smooth muscle within the blood vessels. These blood vessels play a crucial role in achieving and maintaining an erection. When they undergo relaxation, they widen (dilate), facilitating a more rapid and prolonged flow of blood to the penis. This process enhances erections and improves sexual performance.
P-SHOT® PRICING IN DALLAS TEXAS
Improves sexual function and treat erectile dysfunction by promoting cellular repair and increasing blood flow in the penis. It aims to provide stronger erections, enhanced sensitivity, and overall improved sexual satisfaction.
P-Shot® + P-Tox®
Aims to enhance sexual performance and appearance by improving blood flow, cellular repair, and sensitivity through the combined approach of PRP + Botox. With P-TOX, 100 units of Botox is injected into the corpora cavernosa (the erectile shafts) of the penis to relax the smooth muscle of the blood vessels. These blood vessels are essential for obtaining and sustaining an erection; when they are relaxed, they dilate, which leads to faster and more sustained blood flow to the penis, thereby boosting erections and sexual performance.
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This treatment is provided by Natalie APRN, CRNA-BC licensed provider with the Cellular Medicine Association.
What is the P-Shot®?
The P-Shot® is considered a safe and innovative approach to addressing certain aspects of male sexual health and performance. As with any medical procedure, it’s crucial for individuals to choose a qualified and experienced healthcare provider for optimal results and safety.
The P-Shot® procedure utilizes the growth factors in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate tissue regeneration and improve blood flow in the penis. This can lead to increased firmness, improved stamina, and potentially enhanced sexual function.
The healthcare provider carefully injects the PRP into specific areas of the penis, including the shaft and the head. The injections are strategically placed to stimulate tissue regeneration and enhance blood flow.
Before the injection, a local anaesthetic is applied to the penis to minimize any potential discomfort during the procedure.
It’s important to note that P-Shot® procedures should only be performed by a trained and experienced medical professional, as there are potential risks and complications associated with the procedure.
TYPES OF P-SHOT® PROCEDURES
There are several types of P-Shot® procedures used in regenerative medicine. Here are some of the most common ones
The standard P-Shot® involves the injection of PRP into various areas of the penis, including the shaft and head. This aims to stimulate tissue regeneration, improve blood flow, and enhance overall sexual function.
Combination with Other Treatments
We offer a combination of the P-Shot® with other treatments, such as exosomes and acoustic wave therapy (shockwave therapy) that aim to further improve erectile function and sexual performance.
P-Shot® + P-Tox®
We highly recommend combining your first P-Shot® with P-TOX®. With P-TOX, 100 units of Botox is injected into the corpora cavernosa (the erectile shafts) of the penis to relax the smooth muscle of the blood vessels. These blood vessels are essential for obtaining and sustaining an erection; when they are relaxed, they dilate, which leads to faster and more sustained blood flow to the penis, thereby boosting erections and sexual performance.
The effects of P-TOX® are typically experienced 1-2 weeks after the treatment, and last up to 6 months. The Botox works synergistically with the PRP so that optimal results are obtained when combining P-Shot® + P-Tox®
It’s important to note that Regenerative Aesthetics is an evolving field, and research and clinical practices continue to advance. Patients interested in exploring this approach should consult with qualified medical professionals who specialize in both regenerative medicine and aesthetic procedures to ensure safety and efficacy. Our qualified APRN Natalie Ray is licensed with the Cellular Medicine Association to provide these treatments.
WHAT CONDITIONS DOES THE P-SHOT® HELP WITH?
There are several types of P-Shot® procedures used in regenerative medicine. Here are some of the most common ones
P-Shot® for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
- This type of P-Shot® is specifically targeted at men with erectile dysfunction. The injections aim to improve blood flow, potentially leading to better erections. It may be suitable for those who have difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection.
Peyronie’s Disease Treatment
P-Shot® can be used as a part of a treatment plan for Peyronie’s disease, a condition characterized by the development of fibrous scar tissue inside the penis, leading to curvature during erections. The PRP injections may help with tissue regeneration and potentially reduce the severity of the curvature.
What are the benefits of the P-Shot®?
Enhanced Sexual Performance
The P-Shot® is effective in improving overall sexual performance. Men may experience increased stamina, improved endurance, and heightened satisfaction during sexual activity.
Some men report increased sensitivity in the genital area after undergoing the P-Shot®. This heightened sensitivity can contribute to a more satisfying sexual experience.
Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
For men experiencing erectile dysfunction, the P-Shot® may offer a non-surgical and minimally invasive option. It is considered as a potential treatment for ED, especially when conventional treatments may not be suitable or effective.
Potential Improvement in Peyronie’s Disease
The P-Shot® may be part of a treatment plan for Peyronie’s disease, a condition characterized by the development of fibrous scar tissue in the penis, causing curvature during erections. PRP injections may contribute to tissue regeneration and potentially reduce the severity of the curvature.
Enhanced Libido (Sex Drive)
Some men report an increase in libido or sex drive after undergoing the P-Shot®. This could be related to improved blood flow, tissue health, and overall sexual function.
In general, the P-Shot® procedure has minimal downtime. Patients can often resume normal activities shortly after the treatment, making it a convenient option for individuals with busy lifestyles.
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Science behind the Priapus Shot®
Who’s an Ideal Candidate for the P-Shot® ?
How does the P-Shot® Procedure work?
Who’s an ideal candidate for the P-Shot®?
The P-Shot® isn’t just for men with full-blown erectile dysfunction; it’s a proactive solution for individuals experiencing early signs of tissue aging and diminished erectile response. If you’re noticing these changes, particularly after the age of 40, the P-Shot® could be the right choice for you.
For those who recognize the early stages of diminished sensitivity, the P-Shot® and P-Tox® combined treatment is recommended. This combined treatment aims to regenerate tissue and sustain an erection, contributing to overall health.
If a patient has been struggling with erectile dysfunction, the P-Shot® offers promising results. In severe cases, a series of three shots may be recommended.
This treatment is provided by Natalie Ray, APRN, CRNA-BC licensed provider with the Cellular Medicine Association. If you are not sure which of our P-Shot treatments is right for you, we offer a free online consultation.
Who May Not Be an Ideal Candidate?
If you’re a smoker, it’s important to note that smoking introduces free radicals into your body, destabilizing cellular function. This can counteract the positive effects of the procedure, making smoking individuals less suitable candidates for the P-Shot®.
Patients with high blood pressure that isn’t well-controlled with medication may not be ideal candidates either. Optimizing blood pressure is crucial to ensure the success of the rejuvenation process, particularly for vascular tissue targeted by the procedure.
Uncontrolled diabetes poses another barrier to candidacy. Tight control of blood sugar levels is necessary for optimal results and to avoid undermining the rejuvenation achieved with a B-shot.
For those with a body mass index (BMI) higher than 30, it’s advisable to address weight concerns before considering the procedure. Achieving a BMI under 30 is recommended for individuals seeking the rejuvenating benefits of the P-Shot®, with long-term optimal results achievable by maintaining a BMI lower than 25.
Following this criteria, individuals can maximize the benefits of the P-Shot®, ensuring an optimized and effective rejuvenation process.
In this FAQ section, we will answer some common questions about P-Shot® procedures. Whether you’re considering an P-Shot® treatment or just curious about the procedure, this section will provide you with valuable information to help you make an informed decision.
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How does the P-Shot® work?
The P-Shot® utilizes the growth factors in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate tissue regeneration and improve blood flow in the penis. This can lead to increased firmness, improved stamina, and potentially enhanced sexual function.
Does the P-Shot® procedure hurt?
The procedure is typically well-tolerated. Local anesthesia is often used to minimize discomfort during the injection process. Most patients report only mild discomfort.
How long do the effects of the P-Shot® last?
The duration of results can vary among individuals, but many men experience benefits up to a year. Periodic treatments may be recommended to maintain optimal results.
How long does the P-Shot® Treatment take?
It usually takes around 30 minutes. This includes the time for preparing the PRP and administering the injections.
What can I expect after the procedure?
- You will have some swelling and bruising for up to a week, but typically patients immediately return to their normal routine.
- You will need to avoid intense physical activities for a few days after the procedure. This includes activities such as vigorous exercise, heavy lifting, or activities that may strain the treated area.
- You will need to avoid sexual activity for a specified period recommended by your healthcare provider. This allows the injected area to heal without unnecessary stress.
- Don’t smoke, as smoking can negatively impact circulation and hinder the healing of tissues.
References, Research and Publications
Research and publications:
Men’s health talks about the P-Shot®
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Priapus Shot® (P-Shot®) Procedure Research
- Israeli, Joseph M., Soum D. Lokeshwar, Iakov V. Efimenko, Thomas A. Masterson, and Ranjith Ramasamy. “The Potential of Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections and Stem Cell Therapy for Penile Rejuvenation.” International Journal of Impotence Research, November 6, 2021, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41443-021-00482-z.
- Poulios, Evangelos, Ioannis Mykoniatis, Nikolaos Pyrgidis, Filimon Zilotis, Paraskevi Kapoteli, Dimitrios Kotsiris, Dimitrios Kalyvianakis, and Dimitrios Hatzichristou. “Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Improves Erectile Function: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial.” Journal of Sexual Medicine 18, no. 5 (May 1, 2021): 926–35. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2021.03.008. A very helpful study; but, interesting that they did this study and claim to be “the first clinical trial exploring the role of PRP in the management of ED” as if all the other papers on this page do not exist.
- Bosma-Den Boer, Margarethe M., Marie Louise Van Wetten, and Leo Pruimboom. “Chronic Inflammatory Diseases Are Stimulated by Current Lifestyle: How Diet, Stress Levels and Medication Prevent Our Body from Recovering.” Nutrition and Metabolism 9 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1186/1743-7075-9-32.
- Casabona, Francesco, Ilaria Gambelli, Federica Casabona, Pierluigi Santi, Gregorio Santori, and Ilaria Baldelli. “Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) in Chronic Penile Lichen Sclerosus: The Impact on Tissue Repair and Patient Quality of Life.” International Urology and Nephrology 49, no. 4 (April 2017): 573–80. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-017-1523-0.
- Chung. “A Review of Current and Emerging Therapeutic Options for Erectile Dysfunction.” Medical Sciences 7, no. 9 (August 29, 2019): 91. https://doi.org/10.3390/medsci7090091.
- Chung, Eric. “Medical Sciences A Review of Current and Emerging Therapeutic Options for Erectile Dysfunction,” 2019, 1–11.
- Everts, Peter, Kentaro Onishi, Prathap Jayaram, José Fábio Lana, and Kenneth Mautner. “Platelet-Rich Plasma: New Performance Understandings and Therapeutic Considerations in 2020.” International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21, no. 20 (October 21, 2020): 7794. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms21207794.
- Kumar, C.S. “265 Combined Treatment of Injecting Platelet Rich Plasma With Vacuum Pump for Penile Enlargement.” The Journal of Sexual Medicine 14, no. 1 (January 2017): S78. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2016.11.174