Platelet Rich Plasma Injections Assist in Cellular Regeneration
May 01, 2017 04:47PM
The Priapus (P Shot) and O Shot is performed with one’s own platelet rich plasma (PRP) which can be used to improve joint function (originally developed by orthopedists 20 years ago), to stop urinary incontinence in women (very high success rate), improve sexual pleasure and function in men and women, and rejuvenate the skin of the aging face and other places.
PRP is obtained from drawing the patient’s blood, then processing the blood specifically to concentrate the platelets and filter out red blood cells and most of the white blood cells. The remaining PRP contains concentrated platelets, monocytes and a bit of plasma, which is then re-injected into the desired area. The platelets are an important part of the normal healing cascade that gets activated with any injury. They release multiple growth factors, which in turn draw in stem cells to rejuvenate the treated area.
The O-shot (Orgasm shot) is a procedure that involves injecting one’s own PRP into specific places around and in the vagina. Many women report more and better orgasms, increased lubrication and libido, and vaginal tightening after getting the O-shot. It makes the tissue healthier and more responsive. The O-Shot is particularly effective in treating incontinence and can help with other issues like painful lichen sclerosis. Many women achieve a healthier and happier sex life, particularly when used with bio-identical hormones.
The P-Shot (Priapus shot) is the male equivalent of the O-Shot. With PRP, there is actual growth of new tissue and new blood vessels, not just dilation of existing ones, thereby improving erectile function. It can help to straighten curvature of the penis, make stronger and more firm tissue and help with libido. The procedure can improve overall sexual function and is effective for men that have lost sexual function due to an enlarged prostrate, prostate cancer, drug side effects, after effects of surgery, diabetes or other conditions.
For more information and a complimentary consultation, call Medical Aesthetics of New England at 978-263-1406.