Genital Male PRP to treat Erectile Dysfunction
Updated: Oct 10
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. The prevalence of erectile dysfunction increases with age and whilst around 20% of adult men suffer from erectile dysfunction that increases to 50% for men aged 40 and above.
PRP stands for “Platelet-Rich Plasma” which is obtained from the patient’s own blood in the Treatment Room.
Erectile Dysfunction Shots are injections into the penis. They are safe, non-surgical and natural treatment. They are pain free using a local anaesthesia and treatment takes 20-40 minutes with no downtime and no reported side-effects.
Genital PRP can be provided to rejuvenate the genital area and improve the functions and appearance of the genital area.
Injection of PRP into the Penis is called P shot (which is a registered trade mark) or ED (Erectile Dysfunction).
Common causes of erectile dysfunction include:
Diseases that affect blood flow such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) or endothelium dysfunction
Systemic diseases as diabetes
Psychological factors such as stress, depression, and performance anxiety
Injuries to the penis or surrounding area
Chronic illness, certain medications, and a condition as what is called Peyronie’s disease (scar tissue in the penis)
Modern treatment protocols mean that majority of the patients are able to successfully achieve penetrative sex irrespective of the underlying causes.