Do you feel like you could be performing better in the bedroom? Maybe your erections are not as effective as they used to be before. If so, you have come across the right blog. Adding a bit of size to your penile length and girth is not wrong. In this blog, we address the hot topic of penile growth and how you can effectively put some more strength in your penile muscles with a p-shot and Male Enhancement Program.
Before you start, this is not the typical ‘pill-promoting’ blog. We are here to deliver an effective way to increase penile length and girth and improve your erections. Simply put, we treat the penis like a muscle, breaking it down and repairing it. This is done through a combination of suction pump therapy, PRP therapy (p-shot), and testosterone therapy.
Suction Pump Therapy or Vacuum Erectile Device (VED)
This type of therapy involves placing a tube over the penis and using a vacuum to create suction that draws blood into the penis. This technique is believed to stimulate more growth of the tissue (muscle) in the penis, resulting in increased length and thickness over time.1–3 You can imagine it like a gym session, stretching and stimulating your muscles along with increasing their blood flow.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy or P-shot is a relatively new technique for treating ED as well as other conditions like arthritis and hair loss. It involves drawing a sample of your own blood, spinning it in a centrifuge to separate out the platelets, then injecting those platelets into your body at the site of injury or inflammation—in this case, your penis. The idea is that the platelets release growth factors that promote healing and new cell growth at the site of injection, which eventually leads to penile tissue growth and repair. The best part of the P-shot is that it doesn’t harm your penis and has zero side effects. Apart from the injection site pain, there are no harmful effects of the P-shot as it is your body’s own growth serum.4–6
Testosterone plays an important role in male sexual health and development. Low levels of testosterone are associated with decreased libido and erectile dysfunction (ED). Testosterone therapy has been shown to increase libido, improve sexual performance, and even increase penile size by stimulating new tissue growth throughout the body. It is important to note that testosterone replacement therapy should only be performed under medical supervision since it can cause side effects such as depression or aggression if not used properly.7,8
Key to Achieving the Best Results
However, there is one condition to this achievement: CONSISTENCY! It works only for those who are consistent in following up with the program. Ideally, we recommend several P-Shots, along with some other techniques, at our clinic.
If you are ready to see some gains in your penile muscles, improve your erection, and reach your peak men’s health, be sure to hit us up.
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8. Halpern JA, Brannigan RE. Testosterone Deficiency. JAMA. 2019;322(11):1116-1116. doi:10.1001/JAMA.2019.9290