THE P SHOT OR PRIAPUS SHOT  is a revolutionary male sexual PERFORMANCE procedure that UNLEASHES THE REMARKABLE REJUVENATIVE POWER OF YOUR PLATELET RICH PLASMASM to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s disease.

It is estimated that 1 in 2 men over the age of 40 experience some level of sexual performance decline. The P-Shot is a safe and effective method of improving sexual function in men using the patient’s own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP has been used by medical professionals for more than 10 years to perform a variety of rejuvenative procedures including injury repair in professional athletes and race horses. The P-Shot is drug and surgery free. It takes approximately 45 minutes from start to finish in order to complete the procedure. Initial benefit is usually observed within 4-7 days following the procedure and improvement continues for a period of 1-2 months.  The benefits are expected to last a minimum of one year.

The P-Shot procedure is performed by taking a small quantity of your own blood, extracting the platelet-rich plasma from the blood, then injecting the plasma into the key areas of the penis. The goal of the P-Shot is to improve vascular function and nerve sensitivity in the penis. This results in better erections and improved sensitivity. PRP works by the natural human growth factors taken from your own blood. These growth factors are then reintroduced into the target area. The growth factors stimulate collagen growth and cell rejuvenation. In addition to seeing improvements in sexual performance most men with also establish an increase in penile length and girth of up to 1 ½ inches after having the P-Shot.

We use only the highest quality PRP recovery technology which delivers more than 2 ½ times the quantity of platelets and growth factors thereby delivering the most benefit to our patients.

Please also refer to our PULSWAVEWAVE low-intensity sound wave page for additional information on available options at LiveAgelessly for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s disease.