The Priapus Shot® (P-Shot) is an amazing procedure that provides lasting improvements in sexual performance for men!

The P-Shot uses PRP to stimulate penile tissue and endothelial cell growth. It is used in ED and especially those who have lost function due to an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, the after-effects of surgery, drug side effects and other conditions such as diabetes.

Prostate discomfort and urinary incontinence are often improved. If there is a curve to the penis (Peyronie’s disease), this can help straighten it. Sometimes these benefits can occur immediately post procedure, but more often they take 3-4 months to materialize.

Procedure Highlights

Benefits of the P-Shot

Many men can benefit from the P-Shot. You are a great candidate for the procedure if you have any of the following apply to you: you want stronger erections, desire greater sensitivity during intimacy, suffer from an enlarged prostate or have had prostate cancer, are no longer responding to ED medication, or you suffer from Peyronie’s Disease.

Many patients report that their penis appeared larger immediately after receiving the P-Shot. Other benefits include strengthening and straightening the penis, increased circulation within the penis for a healthier organ, increased sensation and pleasure (helps correct the damage from diabetes), all with no allergic reactions, no lumpiness, and minimal pain.

Have you heard about our REV Package for men? It includes the P-Shot and GAINSWave, a non-invasive technique that uses pulse waves to improve sexual performance, to help you enjoy your sex life to the fullest. Schedule a consultation with us today to learn more!

P-Shot FAQs

We apply a topical numbing cream for 20-60 minutes prior to the procedure. Then we do an injection of lidocaine to numb the area even more. Patients feel it is very tolerable.
An appointment requires less than 90 minutes.
Although there is no downtime, there may be slight swelling and tenderness temporarily.
Improvements in sexual function can take 3-4 months to realize.
The results vary, but usually, patients repeat the procedure every 1-2 years.