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Posted: Monday, January 30, 2017 12:00 am

For many men who suffer from erectile dysfunction, there is a safe and surgery-free way to enjoy a more fulfilling sex life with the Priapus Shot or P-Shot. Dr. David Harshfield MD, Medical Director for ReGen Clinic of West Texas, says they offer the P-Shot to deliver persistent improvements in sexual performance, notably for those who have lost the capacity to achieve an erection due to an enlarged prostate.

P-Shot is a safe, 1-hour procedure for those who qualify. Since ED could be an early warning sign for cardiovascular disease, ReGen Clinic screens all patients for heart disease, diabetes and other potential vascular diseases prior to conducting the process of a P-Shot . Once the patient is cleared, the patient is able to receive this highly effective shot that can improve their sex lives.

According to Dr. Harshfield, the P-Shot is safe in that it uses “the patient’s own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to restore innervations (nerve function) to the erectile compartments in the penis.” PRP is injected into the penis to restore the nerve function and improve natural blood flow, causing dilation of the arteries in order to fill the erectile bodies of the penis.

Some men may have some concerns about the size of the needle and if it will be a painful injection. Men can rest easy in knowing that the needle is a very small 27 gauge (smaller than the needle used in botox injections), and numbing cream is applied to ensure complete anesthesia. Dr. Harshfield reassures his patients in stating, “We have never had a patient who reported pain during the procedure.” All P-Shots are, and should, only be administered by a licensed medical professional by a doctor certified and specifically trained by Dr. Charles Runels MD, creator of the P-Shot . At ReGen Clinic of West Texas, all practitioners who administer the P-Shot have been through this training, and patients report having “greater stamina and a fuller erection not long after the procedure is performed.”

The P-Shot® works to achieve appropriate blood flow for men who have had problems for months or even years. Improving the blood flow can lead to restoring nerve endings that have gone dormant over time, helping men who have suffered from ED for a prolonged period of time.

If you are experiencing erectile dysfunction, understand you are not alone, and you can improve your sex life with a fuller, firmer erection with a safe and relatively painless procedure in the P-Shot®. Contact the ReGen Clinic of West Texas today at (432) 296-6910. For more information of the P-Shot®, visit www.regen-clinics.com and begin your journey to a fulfilling life today!

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