If you have recently had prostate surgery, you may be concerned that your sex life could be impacted. So, what can you expect post-surgery, and how could the Priapus Shot® be of benefit to you?
Sexual Function Following Prostate Surgery
A radical prostatectomy can affect your sexual performance in a number of ways:
• the nerves around the penis may be bruised or even removed as part of the surgical procedure
• the arteries that supply blood to the tissues of the penis may be damaged
• the veins inside the penis can leak
• the tissues in the penis that contain blood during erection may be damaged
Any or all of these side effects can prevent a man from achieving and maintaining an erection. It should be stressed here that, for most men, sexual function returns to a relatively normal level given time, when the nerves have regrown or recovered. However, you (and your partner) may be pleased to learn that the Priapus Shot® could offer you the potential for a fulfilling sex life once again.
What Is the Priapus Shot®?
The success of the Priapus Shot®, or P-Shot®, depends on how quickly the patient undertakes the treatment. In essence, the sooner you receive your injections, the more likely it is that you will be able to achieve and maintain an erection that is firm enough to allow full intercourse.
The P-Shot® could help promote circulation in the penis, leading to a healthier, stronger organ. As an additional bonus, it can increase sensation, making sex even more pleasurable. The injections can be given into the base or head of the penis, whichever works best in your individual case.
The P-Shot® solution is created from platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a concentration of platelets and growth factors derived from your own blood. When concentrated, these growth factors can produce nearly miraculous regenerative results. Because the solution will come from your own body, there is no danger of rejection or allergic reactions.
Contact us today
The Priapus Shot® can help prostate surgery patients quickly return to a normal sex life. If you and your partner have any concerns in this regard, why not contact our trusted urologist at the Texas Urological Clinic in Lufkin today to schedule your initial consultation?