Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction are unable to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse despite being sexually aroused. The penis does not become firm enough or becomes flaccid prematurely. For those affected, erectile dysfunction is usually stressful and can severely compromise the quality of life.
Peyronie’s disease is a severe curvature of the penis caused by inflammation of the corpus cavernosum. For those affected, the curved penis can lead to severe pain during sexual intercourse and even erection problems.
With the Priapus-Shot®, the body’s own growth and regeneration factors from the so-called PRP are injected into the penis to achieve vitalisation of the male genitals and an increase in sexual sensation. But what is PRP, and how is it obtained?
PRP production and effect
PRP stands for “platelet-rich plasma”. It is a concentrated blood plasma extracted from the client’s own blood. A small amount of blood (about 15 ml) is taken from the client to produce the PRP. The blood is then centrifuged in a special tube system. This procedure separates the red blood cells from the white blood cells and the platelet-rich plasma. The plasma contains valuable proteins and growth factors that stimulate the body’s own cell renewal and regeneration. After PRP preparation, the plasma is injected into the affected area using a fine needle.
Do you have questions regarding the P-Shot® treatment? Would you like a personal appointment with Dr Ledermann? Feel free to contact us. We are happy to be of assistance.