Ladies, I hope you have not rushed out to schedule your O-shot appointment just yet! Chances are your orgasmic concerns center around your intimate partner. So, before rushing to inject your platelet-rich plasma into your vagina, allow your partner to inject his platelet-rich plasma into his penis. Sorry guys! IJS.
This is for the reader that wondered if there was a platelet-rich plasma shot for men. The answer is yes! And, it is appropriately called the P-shot. Actually, the P seems to stand for Priapus and not penis. But, in the end who really cares?
In case you need a refresher, PRP Therapy involves a doctor
- drawing your blood,
- separating the platelet-rich plasma out from other parts of your blood,
- numbing your body, and
- injecting the platelet-rich plasma back into your body.
Once platelets are in the area that’s being treated, they break down and release growth factors, which are compounds that help cells repair and renew. This is thought to trigger your body’s healing process. PRP therapy seems to be a common practice used to treat injuries, damage to tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints, and skin.
injecting your platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the penis.
Although it seems there is not a lot of research to support the effectiveness of the P-Shot, according to The Healthline, men are using the P-Shot as an alternative treatment for:
- erectile dysfunction (ED)
- lichen sclerosus, a skin condition which creates patches of shiny white skin that’s thinner than normal
- Peyronie’s disease, a condition in which scar tissue makes the penis curve when it’s erect
- penis enhancement
- general sexual function, performance, and orgasm enhancement
For those men whose curiosity has been peaked, the P-Shot
- costs anywhere between $600 and $1900
- is done on an outpatient basis
- should not affect your ability to carry on with your daily living activities
So, there you go! How about it? P-shot anyone?
***This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.