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What is the P-Shot?
The P-Shot is a method for male sexual enhancement, that works by using the same principles as the revolutionary Vampire Facial, and other PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) procedures. Names for the Greek god of virility, the Priapus Shot, or P-shot, Is highly effective and doesn’t require the use of pills, creams, or any type of surgical correction.

As men age, one of the biggest issues tends to be the lack of sexual arousal and the inability to perform sexually. Erectile Dysfunction treatments have been around for a number of years, they are often surgical, with surgical risks such as scars, hematoma, infection, downtime, expensive, painful, more downtime, and unreliable. The nonsurgical options such as Viagra, Cialis injection of Hyaluronic acid and even fat cells are available with many side effects.

The P-Shot was originally created by Dr. Charles Runels to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction.  The P-Shot uses platelet rich plasma from the patient’s own blood, injected into specific areas of the penis using a painless method. The PRP  helps to improve the circulation of blood to the penis by regenerating new vessel growth. Men who have had this procedure are able to obtain an erection with decreased or no use of ED medications such as Viagra, and have noticed an increased penis girth and size around 10-15%, have longer-lasting erections and better orgasms. The  P-Shot results are best with men having optimal testosterone levels.

 

 

Read more about our patient’s success stories.

 

How is P-Shot performed?

Here are the Steps of the Priapus Shot®

  1. Topical lidocaine cream is applied to the penis.
  2. Your blood is drawn from the arm.
  3. Then the blood is placed in a centrifuge, which separates the Red cells and the plasma which is rich in Platelets.
  4. The plasma is then transferred to another tube with a few drops of calcium chloride solution to activate the platelets.
  5. The platelets release several growth factors into the liquid of the tube.
  6. The plasma is drawn into a syringe and injected with a small needle.

How does the P-Shot work?

The P-Shot works by stimulating the stem cells and upregulate the cytokines, causing improves blood circulation, makes new collagen, that aid in the healing, and regeneration of the new tissue.

What are the indications for P-Shot?

  1. Peyronie’s disease
  2. Erectile dysfunction
  3. Reduced sexual performance
  4. Post-injury or surgical conditions
  5. Lichen sclerosis
  6. BXO
  7. Loss of sensation
  8. Lack of control
  9. Wound healing
  10. Scar resolution

We do sometimes combine it with Shock Wave Therapy. 

Why should you choose ShanthalaMD for Priapus Shot or P-sHOT?

Dr. Shanthala is Boston’s board-certified cosmetic physician trusted for her ability to treat patients’ concerns, in a private spa-like setting safely and effectively.

Dr. Shanthala is a Harvard trained physician, expert injector, RealSelf Top Contributor and certified member of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association (ACCMA)  and trained by the inventor of P-Shot Dr. Runnels to perform the Priapus Shot.

We are happy to introduce a more natural treatment for  Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease and lack of sexual arousal in men, known as the P-Shot or Priapus Shot performed by our physician.

Peyronie’s disease is thought to be secondary to penile injury or trauma, where the penis is curved during erection instead of being straight. This can lead to many problems such as problems during sex, micturition, and even depression.
 In Peyronie’s disease, the bend can be both upward and sideways which can be significant and may occur along with pain and severely interfere with sexual function.
Medications, surgery and injection such as xilaflex have been tried, and they have have many side effects.

What are the causes of Peyronie’s Disease?

What are the treatments available for Peyronie’s Disease?

 Dr. Shanthala provides the current, latest, clinically proven treatments for Peyronie’s Disease, such as the Priapus Shot or  Pshot, as alternatives to painful and invasive male enhancement surgery.

Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans (BXO)  is a chronic, progressive condition, leading to phimosis and urethral stenosis, which affects both urinary and sexual function. Topical Steroid creams as first-line treatment with a limited role and may need surgery. The nonsurgical option for BXO could be P-Shot therapy.

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The answer is  YES.

No allergic reaction or necrosis

No bruising or minimal

 No lumpiness or nodules

No downtime

P-Shot is NOT covered by insurance.

May last at last up to 12 months or more by stimulation of unipotent stem cells which can cause new tissue growth.

Once these cells are healed and new, younger, cells are created, over the next 2-3 months the patient will begin to experience improved sexual health, including performance, and reduces the intake of Viagra or Cialis. In certain cases, the P-Shot has even shown the ability to improve sexual organ size, but these results are rare, and shouldn’t be expected.

The results will peak after 2-3 months after a series of 2 to 4 sessions, may even last up more than a year. If you are a man suffering from erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s Disease or poor sexual performance, then the P-Shot might help you.

Dr. Shanthala is a Harvard trained physician, expert injector, RealSelf Top Contributor and certified member of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association (ACCMA)  and trained by the inventor of P-Shot Dr. Runnels to perform the Priapus Shot.

Studies have shown that using the penile pumps have enhanced the results in more than 50% of the patients, these pumps work by creating a negative pressure to help the penis to become erect so that it can help with recirculation of the injected PRP.

Please contact us today to learn more about P-Shot.

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