Everything You Wanted to Know About the P-Shot, but Didn’t Know Who to Ask

Dealing with a sensitive topic like erectile dysfunction can be difficult for some men, even when they are talking confidentially with their doctor. They may not know the cause of their problem, and they are far from certain about what treatment might be effective for them.

A new treatment, however, called the P-Shot, can quickly and easily alleviate men’s concerns by rejuvenating and even enlarging their penis, so they can perform well in the bedroom. Dr. Wade McKenna and his team at MOAB have seen great results from the P-Shot and are ready to help even more men regain their confidence.

What Does the P-shot Stand For?

Though your first guess is understandable, P-Shot actually stands for Priapus Shot. The procedure is a nonsurgical, all-natural method for improving sexual function and enlarging penis size. (Priapus is the Greek god of fertility.)

Who Is the P-shot For?

The P-Shot works well for men who cannot reach or maintain an erection, men who have lost sensation in their penis, and men who have a decreased sexual drive. Not only does it restore sexual function, but the shot also increases penis length and girth for men who may want their penis to be larger. The P-Shot also treats Peyronie’s Disease, which can cause bending of the penis and diminished sexual function due to scar tissue buildup, and it helps men who are struggling with sex because of  prostate cancer, diabetes, surgery, and side effects from medication.

How Does the P-shot Work?

The P-Shot is a nonsurgical procedure that is over quickly. Dr. McKenna will numb the patient’s penis and draw some of the patient’s own blood. He will then use a centrifuge to extract platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from the blood and re-inject it into the penis with shots along the shaft and in the head of the penis. Dr. McKenna will then use a penis pump for about 10 minutes to make sure the PRP reaches full effectiveness. Although some patients see immediate results, most will see changes in a few weeks, with the full changes complete in about three months.

Getting the P-Shot

The P-Shot is a patented procedure, so all patients should make sure their doctor is an approved P-Shot provider. Once they are approved for the procedure, patients can be in and out of the office in just a few minutes, looking forward to a much-improved sexual experience for both them and their partner.

If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction, call Dr. McKenna and his team at MOAB in Trophy Club or in Dallas, or book an appointment online.

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