- Low Testosterone
- Uncontrolled Diabetes
- Uncontrolled Hypertension
- Elevated Cholesterol
- Post-Prostate Removal
- Psychological factors such as Anxiety and Depression
Common Complaints from Men:
- Issues Achieving/Maintaining an Erection
- Decreased Sensation
- Poor Sexual Performance
- Decreased Girth
- Decreased Sensation
THE E.D. Shot
The ED Shot is a non-surgical painless injection for men that uses platelet rich plasma (PRP), which is obtained from the patient’s own blood serum to help improve erections. Small amounts of PRP are injected along both sides of the shaft of the penis. The total procedure takes less than 10 minutes to perform and results are typically immediate!
So how does PRP help with my erectile problems?
PRP provides several growth factors, which helps to improve and regenerate new blood vessels and nerve endings, leaving you with better circulation, sensation and stronger erections.
Every patient’s experience is different, but some of the common benefits you can experience include:
- Increased blood flood flow
- Increased Stamina
- Increased Pleasure and Sensation
HOW MUCH GROWTH CAN I EXPECT?
DOES IT HURT?
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS OR DOWNTIME WITH THE E.D. SHOT?
HOW LONG DOES THE PROCEDURE TAKE?
WHEN SHOULD I START SEEING RESULTS?
As for sexual function, some men report immediate results; however, realistically most men should expect about four weeks to pass before they notice any significant improvements. The E.D. shot will work best if a man has his hormones (particularly testosterone) well-balanced.
CAN I HAVE A CONSULT AND PROCEDURE ON THE SAME DAY?
HOW CAN I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
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