“My erections were always painful, and Peyronie’s was an issue I just gotten used to in the bedroom. Now that’s completely changed.”
PRP is in the category of regenerative autologous treatments, which means it comes from your own blood and can stimulate cellular regeneration and tissue repair. Platelets are one of the cells in our blood and when activated, they can release growth factors and other proteins.
PRP Shots involve taking platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from your blood and injecting it into your penis. This means your doctor takes your own cells and tissues and injects them into your penile tissues to promote tissue growth and purportedly give you better erections.
The PRP-Shot is an outpatient procedure, so you can go in, have it done, and be out later that day. You may want to take a day off work or other responsibilities to allow yourself enough time to get it done, but this isn’t necessary.
When you arrive at the facility, you’ll likely be asked to lie down on a table and wait for the doctor to begin. Once the procedure begins, the doctor or assistant will:
You’ll probably have some minor side effects from the injection that should go away in about four to six days, including:
Some rare complications may include:
Recovery is quick. You should be able to resume normal activities, like work or school, the same day or the next.
Avoid having sexual intercourse for a couple of days after the procedure to avoid infecting the injection sites. Try to limit intense physical activity for a couple days, too, so that sweating or chafing doesn’t irritate the area.
Your results can vary widely based on your overall health as well as other factors that may be contributing to your sexual function. Some people see results right away after one treatment. Others may not experience results for several months or until they’ve received multiple treatments.
Every man is different and will respond differently to medication. At KINGSMEN Med our goal is to guide you to good health and a program to live your best life. Always speak to your doctor about the benefits, risks, and side effects of any medications or medical treatments. Take care of yourself, handsome.