When reported, erectile dysfunction, or ED, is the most common sex problem that men discuss with their doctor. It affects as many as 30 million men. ED is defined as “trouble getting or keeping an erection that’s firm enough for sex.”
Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of a physical or psychological condition such as Peyronie’s Disease (a condition the causes curved erections), medications or stress. ED can cause depression, low self-confidence, and relationship strain.
There is an old statement that says, ” If you think sex isn’t important, then ask the one who isn’t getting any.” If you are one of the 30 million men affected by ED, call us NOW. There are options.
Here’s How We Can Help
Priapus Shot ® (P-shot)
What exactly is the Priapus Shot®?
The P-Shot® is a completely natural procedure that is non-surgical and painless. Using a specially formulated anesthetic cream, the shaft of the penis is numbed and then injected with platelet rich plasma.
This attracts stem cells and growth factors that kick-start tissue growth in the blood vessels and nerves, which in turn improves the size and quality of the male erection, as well as treating erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease.
How can the Priapus Shot® help you?
Some of the noted results patients have experienced after having the P-Shot® includes:
- Larger penis in both terms of girth and length (immediately in many cases).
- Stronger erections than they have ever had, even when they were at their sexual peak.
- A decrease in the effects of Peyronie’s Disease
- Increased blood flow and circulation in the penis
- Enhanced effects of ED medications, and other male sexual health therapies, if used after the Priapus Shot®
- Enhanced sensitivity and overall enjoyment of sexual intercourse
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Symptoms of testosterone deficiency
- Decreased sex drive (libido) and sexual activity
- Decreased spontaneous erections
- Shrinking or very small testicles
- Reduced facial or body hair
- Osteoporosis, low-trauma fracture, loss of height
- Breast enlargement or discomfort
- Hot flashes and night sweats
Less specific symptoms
- Loss of muscle bulk or strength
- Decreased energy, fatigue, or lethargy
- Increasing body fat
- Poor concentration and memory
- Disturbed sleep or increased sleepiness
- Diminished physical function