The Priapus Shot® Does More Than Just Improve Sexual Function For Men

Women aren’t the only ones who experience age-related changes because of their hormones; men do too. And, as a man’s testosterone levels decline, they can experience numerous uncomfortable symptoms, especially those associated with their libido and sexual function.

At Winnie King, MD Aesthetics and Wellness, Dr. King understands the toll these changes can take on your self-confidence and your relationships. In addition to offering men in Shenandoah, Texas, BioTE® hormone replacement therapy to address low testosterone levels, Dr. King also offers the Priapus Shot, or P-Shot. This cutting-edge therapy triggers the natural healing process in your body to enhance and rejuvenate your sexual function. But that isn’t all it can do.

Introducing the P-Shot

The P-Shot is a regenerative therapy that uses growth factors in your blood to stimulate the healing process in your penis. During this treatment, Dr. King draws a sample of your blood and spins it in a centrifuge machine. This process concentrates the healing components in your blood into platelet-rich plasma (PRP). When injected into an area with dysfunction, PRP encourages the natural healing process to begin. In the form of the P-Shot, Dr. King injects PRP directly into your penis using a tiny needle to regenerate muscle tissue and blood vessels.

As healthy tissue returns to your penis, you can experience several benefits, including:

The P-Shot can also correct sexual dysfunction after prostate cancer surgery. But, the Priapus Shot does more than improve your sex life.

The P-Shot is for more than sexual function

Though erectile dysfunction is a common problem among men, it isn’t the only one. Fortunately, the P-Shot has been shown to reduce other problems, like urinary incontinence and prostate discomfort. In some cases, Dr. King recommends the P-Shot in combination with other therapies, like the BTL Emsella™ chair and the Zimmer® shockwave system. These unique techniques help build tissue strength, firmness, and tone, making them powerful asset in conjunction with the P-Shot.

Dr. King also recommends the Priapus Shot to correct Peyronie’s disease, which is a condition causing scarring inside the penis that leads to painful and curved erections. This issue can cause significant pain and bends in the penis that can worsen over time. When used to treat Peyronie’s disease, however, the P-Shot provides a 75-80% success rate in straightening penile tissue, while also improving its circulation, health, and strength.

The Priapus Shot is a drug-free, surgery-free solution

Your P-Shot appointment with Dr. King is relatively quick and simple. You may feel mild discomfort when she draws blood from your arm. Otherwise, the rest of the procedure is relatively comfortable.

Before injecting PRP in your penis, Dr. King applies a local anesthetic at the injection site. This ensures your comfort while getting your P-Shot. Although some men notice immediate benefits after having the Priapus Shot, it usually takes at least three to four weeks to see changes with maximum results around three months as healthy tissue returns to the area.

To see how the P-Shot can help you, call Winnie King, MD Aesthetics and Wellness, or schedule an appointment online today.

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