PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Shot
For men of all ages, the sexual act provides a sense of comfort and intimacy, and the feeling of joy and excitement that is unmatched anywhere else in life. However, as men get older, problems with erectile dysfunction (ED) and other sexual issues can begin to crop up.
Sometimes those ED issues start out small, impacting only a slight portion of sexual encounters. In other cases, ED issues become chronic in nature, turning what should be a joyous and romantic adventure into a nightmare of stress, anxiety, and frustration for those men and their partners.
If you are experiencing ED, and need a solution for restoring your sexual performance, PRP therapy is a natural, proven treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED).
If you are wondering if you are a good candidate for the PRP shot, below are some of the most frequently asked questions about the procedure. If you can’t find an answer to your question below, reach out to our men’s health specialists today.
Am I a Good Candidate for PRP Therapy?
If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction, you could be a good candidate for PRP therapy. PRP therapy is a natural, effective treatment for erectile dysfunction caused by prostate issues, prescriptions, and other health-related issues. If you are looking for a way to improve your sexual performance or enhance the size of your erection, PRP therapy is designed to help with both of those issues and has already helped countless men achieve and maintain stronger, firmer, and more powerful erections.
What is a PRP Shot?
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) therapy is a groundbreaking form of treatment that heals the body and helps with ED, Peyronie’s Disease, and other men’s health issues. PRP therapy requires only 15 minutes from start to finish and involves taking a sample of the patient’s blood and placing it into a machine called a centrifuge which separates the sample into multiple components; one of which is called platelet-rich plasma.
The patient’s sample is then mixed with growth factors such as PDGF, VEGF, and TGF-a, creating a shot that is then injected into the patient’s penis. PRP shots work by building new blood vessels, repairing damaged tissue, and treating erectile dysfunction in a natural and drug-free manner. PRP shots can be a safer alternative to commonly prescribed erectile dysfunction medications that can sometimes have unwanted side effects or create harmful interactions with other drugs you are taking.
What is the PRP Shot Process?
When you arrive at the urologist or men’s health clinic, the doctor will talk to you about your ED problems and give you information on what to expect. Following that initial consultation, a technician will apply a numbing cream to the penis, helping to ensure that the rest of the procedure will be comfortable and pain-free. Once the numbing cream has taken effect, a needle will be inserted and blood will be drawn.
The drawn blood is then used to prepare a PRP solution, a mixture that is rich in healthy plasma. Once the PRP solution has been prepared, it is injected into the numbed penis. Once the solution has been injected, the platelet-rich plasma goes to work, building new blood vessels, repairing damaged tissue, and treating erectile dysfunction in a natural and drug-free manner.
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PRP Therapy FAQs
Results vary from patient to patient, but on average, PRP therapy for erectile dysfunction can last for anywhere between 6 to 18 months after treatment.
PRP is an excellent solution for many health-related ED issues. Some of the benefits of the procedure include:
- Penis Growth – results vary, but many patients experience some degree of enlargement after treatment.
- Firmer Erections – improved blood flow and circulation in the penis causes firmer erections
- Increased Stamina – with increased blood flow, the ability to not just get an erection, but maintain an erection significantly improves
- Heightened Sensation – an increase in blood flow can enhance sexual sensations
After treatment, patients can resume normal activities immediately. The results timeline can vary – some patients see immediate increases in size and function, while other patients notice improvements after about three weeks.
No. Prior to the injection of the PRP shot, topical numbing medication will be applied to the area of the patient’s penis where the shot is being administered.
Peyronie’s Disease is a curvature of the penis that is caused by built up scar tissue. Peyronie’s Disease is not curable, but it is treatable with PRP therapy. PRP shots can improve the shape and function of the penis by slowly healing the bent penis. Some patients may experience drastic results with PRP therapy if their symptoms aren’t severe.
Venous leak is a condition where blood does not stay in the penis. This condition can prevent you from maintaining an erection. PRP therapy heals damaged and weakened areas of the penis and strengthens these areas so that you can get and maintain a strong, firm erection.
While PRP shots are an excellent treatment for ED on its own, PRP therapy can be combined with medication for additional enhancement and greater benefits.
You should not have to sacrifice you and your partner’s pleasure because of unwanted ED. There are several proven solutions for treating erectile dysfunction, including PRP shots.
If you are struggling with performance, size, or other issues caused by erectile dysfunction, contact My Men’s Clinic today to schedule an appointment and get help with your ED!
Still Have Questions?
My Men’s Clinic has helped thousands of men from around the region rediscover their sexual sides, pleasing their partners and reconnecting on an intimate, emotional level.
If you are tired of suffering in silence and want to get help with your ED, or have questions about PPR therapy, contact our licensed physicians. You won’t regret it!