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Priapus Shot in University Park

Erectile dysfunction is a condition that affects countless men in University Park—especially those who are over the age of 30 and have started to experience a major drop in testosterone. It is common for doctors to put their patients on ED medications to help manage and mitigate the effects of hormone deficiencies and poor vascular health. However, new breakthroughs in medical procedures may make dependence on medications a thing of the past. So, what is this new medical procedure that has men so excited? It’s called the Priapus Shot®, and it could work for you.

The Priapus Shot®

The Priapus Shot®, commonly called the P-Shot®, is a new approach to ED treatment that has shown amazing improvements in men’s sexual health and performance. The Priapus Shot® is not a drug but is a procedure that draws upon the power of PRP and special growth factors inherent in the patient’s own blood. Yes, the secret to rejuvenating your penis and regaining solid erections is found inside your own bloodstream. The technique used to develop the Priapus Shot® is also used in other types of cosmetic procedures as well. Additionally, there is no downtime or lengthy recovery period to worry about. Men who get the Priapus Shot® are typically able to return to work the same day and be sexually active the same night.

Developing the Shot

We will begin by taking a sample of the patient’s blood. The blood will be put in a centrifuge to separate the plasma and growth factors. The centrifuge used to do this process is specialized, and it is not the normal kind of centrifuge a doctor would typically have in their office. The PRP is then injected into your penis where they go to work stimulating collagen production and rejuvenating the structural tissue of your penis. Over time, your penis will become stronger and more functional.

To learn more about the Priapus Shot®, schedule a consultation at Formula Wellness Center in University Park. Contact us today to book your appointment.

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