The P-Shot®, short for Priapus Shot, is a medical procedure designed to improve sexual performance and overall sexual wellness in men. It involves Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, a concentrated form of the patient’s blood platelets containing growth factors and other healing elements. The P-Shot®, or the Priapus Shot, is a medical procedure to improve sexual performance, enhance male sexual function, and treat erectile dysfunction. It involves injecting Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) derived from the patient’s blood into specific areas of the penis. The growth factors present in PRP can stimulate tissue regeneration and enhance blood flow, improving sexual function and performance.

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Benefits of the P-Shot may include:

– Enhanced sexual performance and stamina

– Improved erectile function

– Increased penis sensitivity

– Enhanced sexual pleasure

– Potential improvement in penile size over time due to tissue regeneration

FAQs about the P-Shot

You have some questions and concerns about the P-Shot (Priapus Shot). I’ll address them below:

  1. What is the P-Shot?

The P-Shot is a medical procedure designed to improve sexual performance and address specific sexual health concerns in men. It involves Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, where a patient’s own blood platelets, rich in growth factors, are injected into specific areas of the penis to stimulate tissue rejuvenation and improved blood flow.

  1. Is the P-Shot effective?

The effectiveness of the P-Shot can vary from person to person. While some men may experience positive results, it may not provide the same level of improvement for everyone. It’s essential to have realistic expectations and consult a qualified healthcare provider to determine if the P-Shot suits your needs and health conditions.

  1. What are the potential benefits of the P-Shot?

Potential benefits of the P-Shot may include improved erectile function, increased sensitivity, enhanced sexual performance, and potential improvement in penile size over time due to tissue regeneration.

  1. Is the P-Shot safe?

The P-Shot is generally considered safe when performed by trained medical professionals. However, like any medical procedure, there may be risks and potential side effects, such as mild bruising or discomfort at the injection site.

  1. How long do the effects of the P-Shot last?

The longevity of the P-Shot effects can vary depending on the individual and their body’s response to the treatment. Some men may experience benefits for several months to a year. Touch-up treatments may be required to maintain results.

  1. Who is a suitable candidate for the P-Shot?

Suitable candidates for the P-Shot are men seeking improved sexual performance, experiencing erectile dysfunction, or looking to address specific sexual health concerns. However, individual eligibility should be determined by a qualified healthcare provider based on a thorough evaluation of your health and medical history.

This procedure may not be suited for men currently being treated for prostate issues, cancer, or other major health issues, including but not limited to heart and lung disease, uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure, steroid use, bleeding disorders, HIV, Hepatitis C, and/or generally poor health. At your initial consultation, please disclose your current health conditions to Anthonia Duru, NP.

    7. How much does the P-Shot® cost, and will my insurance cover it?

The P-Shot® is $1,900 per treatment. PWC Certified Providers adhere to non-compete pricing standards. Insurance does not cover the cost of this procedure.

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This article talks about one way to help make things better than ever with the P-Shot® procedure (which we do here in our office)…(click to read)<–

Sexual relations are critical to families and to marriages. I hope you’ll call our office if you think we can help during these trying times.

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O-Shot®

The O-Shot®, short for Orchid Shot, is a medical procedure designed to improve sexual satisfaction and treat specific sexual health concerns in women. Like the P-Shot for men, the O-Shot utilizes Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy.

Potential benefits of the O-Shot may include:

  • Increased sexual arousal
  • Enhanced orgasm intensity and frequency
  • Improved lubrication and reduced discomfort during intercourse
  • Treatment for certain sexual health concerns, such as mild urinary incontinence and some forms of sexual dysfunction

The O-Shot, or Orchid Shot, offers several potential benefits for women seeking to improve sexual satisfaction and address specific sexual health concerns. Some of the potential benefits of the O-Shot include:

  1. Increased Sexual Arousal: The O-Shot aims to enhance sexual arousal by promoting increased blood flow and sensitivity in the vaginal and clitoral area, leading to heightened sensations during sexual activity.
  2. Enhanced Orgasm Intensity and Frequency: Many women report experiencing more intense and frequent orgasms after receiving the O-Shot. The treatment can improve orgasmic response, making sexual experiences more satisfying.
  3. Improved Lubrication: The O-Shot can stimulate the rejuvenation of vaginal tissues, potentially leading to improved natural lubrication. This can be particularly beneficial for women experiencing discomfort during intercourse due to dryness.
  4. Treatment for Mild Urinary Incontinence: Some women may find relief from mild urinary incontinence after receiving the O-Shot. The treatment can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, reducing urinary leakage.
  5. Addressing Sexual Dysfunction: For certain forms of sexual dysfunction, such as difficulty reaching orgasm or reduced sexual desire, the O-Shot may provide a potential treatment option to address these concerns.
  6. Non-Invasive and Minimal Downtime: The O-Shot is a non-surgical procedure that uses the patient’s own blood (Platelet-Rich Plasma) to promote tissue rejuvenation. It typically involves minimal downtime and discomfort.

It’s important to remember that individual results may vary, and not every woman may experience the same level of benefits from the O-Shot. Also, as with any medical procedure, there may be risks and potential side effects. Therefore, it’s essential to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to discuss your specific health concerns, expectations, and suitability for the O-Shot. They can provide personalized advice and determine if the O-Shot is the right option for you.

FAQs about the O-Shot®

You have some questions and concerns about the O-Shot (Orgasm Shot). I’ll address them below:

  1. What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a medical procedure designed to improve sexual satisfaction and address certain sexual health concerns in women. It involves Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, where a patient’s own blood platelets, rich in growth factors, are injected into specific areas of the vaginal tissue to promote tissue rejuvenation and increased blood flow.

  1. What are the potential benefits of the O-Shot?

Potential benefits of the O-Shot may include increased sexual arousal, enhanced orgasm intensity and frequency, improved lubrication, and potential treatment for mild urinary incontinence and some forms of sexual dysfunction.

  1. Is the O-Shot effective?

The effectiveness of the O-Shot can vary from woman to woman. While many women report positive results, individual experiences may differ. It’s important to have realistic expectations and consult a qualified healthcare provider to determine if the O-Shot suits your specific needs and health conditions.

  1. Is the O-Shot safe?

The O-shot is generally considered safe when performed by trained medical professionals. Since it uses the patient’s own blood (PRP), the risk of allergic reactions or adverse effects is minimal. However, like any medical procedure, there may be some risks and potential side effects, such as mild bruising or discomfort at the injection site.

  1. How long do the effects of the O-Shot last?

The longevity of the O-Shot effects can vary depending on the individual and their body’s response to the treatment. Some women may experience benefits for several months up to a year. Periodic touch-up treatments may be needed to maintain results.

  1. Who is a suitable candidate for the O-Shot?

Suitable candidates for the O-Shot are women seeking improved sexual satisfaction, experiencing certain sexual dysfunction, or dealing with mild urinary incontinence. However, individual eligibility should be determined by a qualified healthcare provider based on a comprehensive evaluation of your health and medical history.

    7. Are there any contraindications?

Because we are using your blood, there is no true “contraindication” for this treatment. However, several factors can significantly blunt your response, making it worth your while to save the treatment for later. A patient should be in good health and lead a healthy lifestyle during treatment. There should be no active infection or illness. Use of steroids and other anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen, Advil, Aleve, Motrin, etc should be avoided. Excess alcohol consumption should be avoided before, during, and after treatment. Smoking should be avoided. Good hydration is key.

   8. How much does the O-Shot® cost, and will my insurance cover it?

The O-Shot® is $1,200 per treatment. PWC Certified Providers adhere to non-compete pricing standards. Insurance does not cover the cost of this procedure.

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