How Quickly Does the P-Shot Work for Erectile Dysfunction?

How quickly does the P-Shot work for erectile dysfunction? Before we answer that question, let’s explain what the P-Shot is, how it works, and what it treats.

PRP and the P-Shot

The “P” in P-Shot stands for Priapus who was the god of fertility back in ancient Greece. It is a procedure that treats the penis with growth factors and cellular rejuvenation procured from your blood through platelet rich plasma (PRP). PRP has been used to treat athlete’s injuries and other joint issues for several years. Its purpose is to speed healing.

The P-Shot is performed to improve health, circulation, strength, size, and increase sexual desire.

Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and placed into a centrifuge to separate out the growth and healing properties of the platelets. When treating ED, it is then injected into several sites in the penis tissue.

Benefits of the Priapus Shot

Men experiencing erectile dysfunction and/or Peyronie’s Disease deal with many issues.

The P-Shot addresses the following problems:

  • Difficulty having and maintaining an erection
  • Soft erections
  • Low libido
  • Painful erections
  • Reduced stamina
  • Lack of sensation

With no downtime, no pain, and performed in an office setting, the P-Shot helps to correct all the issues named above including sometimes the resolution of Peyronie’s Disease.

How Quickly Does The P-Shot Work

Every man is different, but we can give some general time frames. Some men see improvement within 24 hours. Others it may take several weeks. The peak results usually show up within 3 to 4 months after the initial shot. For others it may take 6 months for the results to peak.

For most men a series of 3 to 6 shots may be given several weeks apart.

For most men, the shot lasts for one year. With Dr. Wierschem’s approval, you may have another procedure after 12 to 18 months.

Because the treatment is derived from your own blood, it is safe and effective, and it can provide sexual regeneration without complications or risks.

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