If your love life is being affected by the function of your penis, you know how frustrating this can be. Not only can this impact the ability to satisfy your parents during sexual intercourse, it can also significantly impact your self-esteem and confidence. In the past, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and small penis girth had limited treatment options, but thanks to continued advances in technology and sexual wellness, men now have other choices to choose from. This includes the P-Shot.
What is the P-Shot?
The P-Shot is actually shore for Priapus Shot. This is a treatment performed by the team at Skintology MedSpa during which a provider will inject the penis with PRP, or “Platelet-Rich Plasma.” By taking the patient’s own blood and removing the PPR, our team can reinject these growth hormones directly where they are needed to increase the formation of blood vessels in the penis to in turn increase blood flow. PRP has been used over the years in many areas of medicine, and can even help in restoring hair growth or improving the skin’s appearance.
What can the P-Shot offer me?
Men considering the P-Shot treatment at Skintology Medspa will first want to consult with our providers to determine if they are a good candidate. This particular treatment is used to address the following:
- Poor sexual capabilities/performed
- Reduced stamina during sexual activities
- Poor blood flow and circulation to the penis
- Erectile dysfunction
- Short or small length or girth of the penis
- Lack of firmness in erections that can impact sexual function
- Damage caused by diabetes
- Urinary incontinence
- Poor strength
- Minimal pleasure or sensation during intercourse
- Poor self-confidence in the bedroom
Find out more about the P-Shot treatment for men
If you reside in the New York, NY area and want to increase your sexual performance and pleasure, it might be time to speak to Dr. Jennifer Walden of Skintology MedSpa about the benefits of the P-Shot treatment. Call (212) 832-2225 to request a consultation appointment and find out if you are a candidate. The office is located at 157 East 57th Street and accepts new patients.