Because the P-Shot is nonsurgical and utilizes a patient’s own blood, many men can be considered good candidates for the treatment. In fact, the P-Shot is often used as an alternative for patients who are not able to take prescription ED medications or no longer benefit from them. Ideal candidates for Temecula, CA P-Shot therapy should be:
- In good overall health
- Struggle with erectile dysfunction and/or poor sexual experience
- Interested in firmer, stronger erections
- Interested in increasing penis size
- Desire increased sexual sensitivity
- Possibly suffering from Peyronie’s disease
- Unresponsive to ED medications
The best way to determine with certainty if the P-Shot is right for you is to consult with a qualified, experienced, and knowledgeable physician. Dr. Tumbaga is a certified P-Shot injector and trained directly under the shot’s inventor, Dr. Charles Runels, making her one of the nation’s most in-demand P-Shot providers.
While side effects can vary from person to person, they tend to be minimal (since PRP is taken from your own blood). Side effects, while rare, can include bruising, swelling at the injection site, and bleeding.
While there is minimal downtime following your P-Shot treatment, it is recommended you use a Vacuum Erection Device (VED) or “penis pump”. The VED will be used twice per day for a few minutes and continued for 2 weeks. Using the VED increases the amount of blood flow to the penis and helps increase the outcomes of your P-shot injection.
Many men notice results from treatment within a few weeks. The timing and number of injections you need will vary based on your overall health and additional factors affecting your sexual function.
Throughout the treatment process, your provider will answer any questions you have and help you have the best chance of receiving optimal results.