Male PRP Shot – Does It Work?

PRP-Shot for Men – Does it Work?

PRP Shot revive your performance

Hi Guys, quick update – this is April 2019 – I’ve added a new page you can check out here: Refresher Injections , because so many of you had questions about refresher injections after 6, 9 or 12 months. Check it out for the info on that.

If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted for a while it’s because I’ve been helping a good friend of mine, Mikael Baner, to create and launch a course about Stress Release, he calls it Unstressed in 10 which I think is brilliant.

You know me, I don’t normally promote or endorse any products or courses.

But this one is different. because he taught me the principles in the course and I’m blown away by it – that is why I decided to help him create and launch it on the net, because I strongly believe we all need help with stress and this is the best Stress Release system i have ever seen.

Why does it matter you might ask if you are on a page about Erectile Dysfunction and PRP Shot??? ?

Well my friend if you haven’t lived under a rock you know that a huge percentage of Erectile Dysfunctions happen because of underlying stress – stress caused by:

financial worries,

anxiety about job security,

performance anxiety,

stress about low self-esteem

stress about not feeling like a good provider

stress about our physical appearance

– you name it – all these nasty things create huge stress, and his course helps eliminate that. So do yourself a big favor and check it out. Unstressedin10 

Ok, now let’s get on with the PRP Shot review, to get you started on that read below my friend:

If you’re a man and curious about the PRP-Shot for men you have come to right place.
I am starting this Blog today on the 5th of March 2015 to do a review on the PRP-Shot for men, and I’m using myself as a guinea-pig.
Yes, I am actually trying it out and giving a step-by-step account of my experience with it. I figured that is the only way I can write an honest review of the PRP –Shot, to have first-hand experience of it.
First up – if you don’t really know what the PRP-Shot for Men is then I suggest you quickly head on over to and check out their article on the PRP-Shot, how and why it works, what it does and the history of it – basically how it came about.

I’m not a scientists nor a doctor so I leave it to the experts to tell you all the detailed stuff on how this works on a scientific level. So quickly read the background stuff and come back to the Blog, will ya? Here are the links:

The Story of the male PRP-Shot: CLICK HERE
Okay, now that you know what I’m talking about – let’s get real here.
All I’m interested in is – does it actually work?
• Does it put “lead in my pencil?”
• What is the procedure like?
• Does it hurt?
• Is it uncomfortable?
• Does your penis swell up immediately?
• How long do you have to wait to see/feel results?
• Are there any side effects?

These are some of the questions I have, and I am sure you have those as well, and a few of more I haven’t mentioned yet.
You may ask – Why am I doing it?
Well, I share with you my motivation of doing it, and maybe you can relate to some of it. I am 55 years old now, and although I keep fit and work out in the gym regularly, eat healthy and watch what I do and eat – I have noticed a considerable drop in libido over the years. PRP shot - worried man

Hell, I’m over 50, it’s normal, isn’t it?

Why bother?

I tell you why.

Because I’m the kind of guy who does bother about my erection, the size of it, whether it stays hard enough, and hard long enough.

Well that’s the long and short of it – pun intended – as you get older you experience “erectile dysfunction” from time to time, and more often the older you get. Or you do get an erection, and it isn’t all that hard or it doesn’t last long enough for you and your partner to really enjoy a good session of steamy sex. PRP Shot droopy banana

If that sounds a bit like you – then you’re welcome, because it pretty much sums it up for me. There , I said it, and I’m honest about it.
Naturally, like so many of us at this stage of life I have used Viagra, and it works fine for me.
I don’t suffer a lot of side-effects. But I don’t like the idea of taking drugs every time I feel like having sex, and I particularly don’t like the time-lag we get with ViagraPRP Shot frustarted woman with stopwatch

it takes between 30 minutes to an hour before your member “stands to attention”, so it is almost a matter of making an appointment with your partner in an hour’s time to have sex – hardly spontaneous, and definitely unromantic when you consider the female perspective for a moment…

So when I heard about the O-Shot™ and how it not only revolutionises women’s sexual experiences and orgasms, but now also gives men new hope of strong, hard and lasting erections my ears pricked up – when is this coming to New Zealand???
Fortunately Dr Brent Krivan of Clinic Eleven is one of the first clinicians to offer this service in New Zealand, it is called PRP-Shot over here, PRP stands for “Platelet-Rich-Plasma” and was made famous through the vampire face lift of Kim Kardashian (yeah she with the BUTT) a while back. So I booked an appointment, and here is my experience:
Dr Brent Krivan explained the procedure in detail to me, and he also pointed out how important it is to note down on the Patient Form any medication or supplements you take.

It’s not just the meds you take, it is also some of the “good herbal stuff” you may take that may interfere. We keep forgetting that all this wonderful “natural stuff” has an effect on our body – and on one level we want that. However, I take Omega 3 Fishoil on a daily basis – hey, Fish Oil is good for you, right?

Yeah of course it is, I’m not knocking it. But as Brent pointed out – if you do take it, stop it a week out from having the procedure done because it may possibly result in some bruising on your penis.

Good to know… so please be very open about what you take, and don’t just mention prescription drugs, tell your specialist about all of the supplements you may take because some may interfere with the procedure – and we wouldn’t want that !!!
Brent proceeded to explain that a small vial of blood is taken off to give about 4ml of Plasma. This is taken of my own blood of course and it is taken from my arm, put through a centrifuge to separate the Plasma from the Blood, then that Plasma is injected into 8 spots under the skin of the penis.

Sounds painful, right? I can see you shrivelling up in a chair with your hands over your crown-jewels right now   🙂 . Well – I was breaking out in a bit of a sweat myself to tell you the truth!
The blood-drawing was done expertly by Wendy Krivan who works alongside Brent at their clinic. While she proceeded to run the blood through the centrifuge Brent explained that the procedure was quite painless as the needles used for the injections are the thPRP Shot tough guyinnest and sharpest available, they are used for Botox injections and insulin injections as well.

If I preferred I could have some numbing cream applied as a local anaesthetic.

Naturally, tough guy that I am, I declined that offer…

Actually, as much as I want you to believe I am that tough guy – well, I thought – if I want to do a review it needs to be real, so I need to know if it is painful or not. I could always scream for the anaesthetic later, right?

When Wendy came back Brent showed me the vial which now clearly was separated into the dark red blood at the bottom and the plasma at the top.That is the plasma

He pulled the plasma into several very small syringes with tiny thin needles at the top. He then marked 8 spots on my penis with a black marker to ensure he wouldn’t inject into any blood vessels. Wendy gave me a small rubber ball to squeeze with my hand and as Brent started to inject the plasma.

Wendy kept tapping with her finger onto one of my shinbones to distract me – that worked well. I kept concentrating on the tapping and squeezing that rubber ball hard and NOT thinking that needles were injected into my most prized possession.

On a scale of 1 – 10, where 10 would be the most excruciating pain, I’d say it was a 1, and I truly didn’t need a local anaesthetic cream applied. But if you get it done and you may feel a bit more sensitive down there then there is absolutely no shame in using the anaesthetic cream.

What was the actual sensation of the Plasma going in?

I could feel a tiny prick (yes pun intended again!) but not painful, and then a cooling, slightly tingling feeling as the plasma spread under my skin. The tingling disappeared after about 10 minutes and Brent recommended that I go home and massage the penis gently to help spread and distribute the plasma evenly under the skin – (the same way they careful massage it into the face when they do facial rejuvenation injections with PRP). I was thinking of asking my wife to do that massaging for me….

So – the verdict so far – very little discomfort, most of it more in mind than for real (being apprehensive about the idea of having needles stuck into my penis).

No side-effects whatsoever, it was to be expected since it was my own blood injected back into me. A slight tingling, cooling sensation the first 10 minutes, now I don’t feel anything different several hours afterwards. And 8 black spots of permanent marker looking like a weird tattoo, which will come off in the shower of course.

“Could I try and use it straight away?”

Brent suggested if one were to go on a “night on the town” to definitely use condoms, but if you have sex with your regular partner then there are no other precautions necessary.

So far so good, no problems, no issues, no pain, no discomfort.

First positive results are expected in about 3 weeks, and in about 4 weeks another set of injections will be done to boost the result. Then another one after that, and if I’m happy with the increase in performance I get out of it – a refresher is recommended in 12 months.

I keep you posted on progress. Feel free to comment or email me if you have a question. Remember I’m not a doctor, just a regular guy who is trying it out, so I can only tell you what it feels like and what it does for me.

Check back on the Blog from time to time to find out how well this new miracle-procedure works. I can’t wait to share my results with you.

Until next time,

Max Signature
Your PRP-Reviewer

PRP Shot - woman searching for erection

Update 7 March – exactly 1 month after the first injections :

PRP shot penis vectorI had my second lot of injections 5 days ago and can report – fantastic result!

Within 2 days I had much stronger erections, and they are longer lasting as well. My wife is very impressed and happy with the result and she particularly likes the fact there is no waiting time any more as it was with Viagra. My penis gets very hard quickly, and stays hard for 20 – 30 minutes if needed, not bad for a 55 year old male wouldn’t you say …

I can wholeheartedly recommend this treatment if you suffer from erectyle disfunction and don’t want to use Viagra all the time.

My Verdict on PRP-Shot Penis Injections:

  • Works out cheaper in the long run than Viagra
  • No more waiting 1 hour for Viagra to work
  • No side effects because it’s your own Plasma
  • Stronger, longer lasting erections within a month
  • It’s a natural procedure without any drugs or chemicals
  • It is perfectly safe when performed by a suitably qualified medical practicioner.

Check it out – you won’t regret it!

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33 thoughts on “Male PRP Shot – Does It Work?

    1. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

      Thank you Justin for your question. Yes you are correct, it’s been a week since I had the PRP-Shot Penis Injection.

      And I’m happy to report that already I feel a slight improvement . So what do I mean by “slight” ?

      More solid erections during the night, and during the day when I actually want to use them 🙂 stronger and longer lasting erections. But I say slightly because compared to popping a Viagra it is still not close to the same result. But feeling this improvement I am very much looking forward to the second lot of injections scheduled in 3 weeks from now, which according to the doctor, is going to make a big difference. So am I counting the days? You bet 🙂

      So come back from time to time as I report on progress….thanks again for your question, bye for now, regards, Max

  1. Ken

    How long do the effects last? Is this a one time deal or do you have to get boosters every year or two?

  2. Saeed khab

    Hello sir can u till me that this treatment will be good for hardness because my penis is not hard the way it should be I m 22 years old please comment on my msg I will be waiting for your reply….

  3. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Thank you for your question – yes I believe it should work for you if there is no other underlying physical problem. I recommend you go and ask a doctor who specialises in PRP shots and knows how to help you best. Then you can make an informed decision. naturally I am not a doctor and only tell you what my experience is.

  4. Tim

    I’m going in for my consultation on Tuesday November 8th 2016. I’ve decided that everyone has different results so I might as well go get mine and prove to myself once and for all if it works how I want it to. I have no problems with erections, looking to mainly get a little added length and girth. I’m 5.5 inches length and 4.75 girth. My question is, did you measure and did you notice any gains?

  5. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Tim, thanks for writing to me. good decidion on your part to just give it a try and see how it works. As with everything there are no gurantees in life – but we should always give it a good shot. i think it is well worth a try. Now to answer your question – I have not heard of any increases in length after PRP treatments, that would be a new one for me. peronally I had an increase in girth – and that is not my wishful thinking, that’s my wife confirming it. And the erections are much harder, stronger and last longer. let me know how you get on and what your results are. good luck for Tuesay 😉
    kind regards, Max

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  7. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Mujtaba, yes correct, you will need a “refresher” injection after about 10 or 12 months. Still cheaper and less side-effects than using Viagra all the time…

    1. Mark

      The product is supposed to increase vascular formation using growth factor. Why then is a refresher needed? Does the new tissue die or atrophy? That makes no medical sense.

  8. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Mark, the PRP procedure is a highly specific method using blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate the penis to help with erectyle disfunction. Biopsy studies suggest that when platelet rich plasma (PRP) is injected, the stem cells multiply and grow younger tissue. In the same way PRP regenerates the skin of the face (remember the Kardashian Vampire face!) it appears PRP regenerates healthy penis tissue. Using the same technology, the PRP-Penis-Shot procedure works by using PRP to stimulate stem cells to grow healthier penis tissue.

    However – nothing in this world is permanent and this also applies unfortunately to the human body. There isn’t a single cell in the body that lives and stays on forvever over the time of your life, and so the same holds true to the new cells that have formed using the PRP shot. As they are NOT part of your genetic make-up they don’t get recreated or rebuilt by your unique DNA code/program. Eventually have to be refreshed.

    Your use of the word “athrophy” is spot on Mark – it desribes the natural process perfectly well.

  9. Mark

    Thank you for your quick reply!

    The original study publshed in 2010, described the use of stem cells derived from adipose / fat tissue injected into the corpus cavernosum tissue in the penis of rats.

    How is this the same using PRP? Are you saying that stem cells exist in blood plasma outside of spinal cord blood? I had never heard that in any of the Microbiology or Anatomy and Phyisiology courses required for the nursing program, and fascinated by the idea.

    So, you’re stating that no new tissue growth occurs, or does it grow, live, and atrophy in situ in the local injection sites on the penis? This does not seem the same as growing new tissue to repair plaque since there would be no permanent vascularization of the corpus cavernosum. What am I missing here?


  10. arda

    Hi need to use a penis pump for growth after prn shot. Did you use it? If you use it, you can tell me how it is used.

  11. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Thanks, I did not use a Penis Pump, growth was not an issue for me. I had a quick look on the internet for you and found two good tutorials how to use a penis pump;

    The second one is a video on YouTube, you will need to confirm that you are over 18 to watch it 🙂
    I will also put this video up on a new page i call “Penis Pump’, may be of use to other guys too.
    Best of luck!

  12. Paul

    Can PRP regenerate penile tissue after removing a horrendous penile implant that was not required in the first place? Last year I had a healthy penis with a mild psychological ed and the evil doctor I saw in Chestnut Hill, MA took advantage of that and my stupidity to push me into the destructive and unnecessary surgery for money, he said therapy was not an option and that pills are dangerous, crooked evil liar. I am young and healthy and since my penis was perfectly healthy and I had good erections about 75% of the times, I really hope this can be my salvation! I have my removal surgery in two weeks and then I’ll explore everything available to restore my condition. But any feedback on PRP will be really appreciated!

  13. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Thanks for your message Paul.

    And thank you for the brutal honesty in your comment, it takes a lot of guts to open up like you did, big chops for that.

    What a terrible ordeal you have been through, all because a disgusting unethical doctor didn’t give you the correct information. Seems he was only interested in lining in his own pockets, and not at all in helping you.

    I think you are actually being way too hard on yourself. It wasn’t your stupidity…you were taken advantage of by a medical professional on whose judgement and ethics you trusted – we all do that. He has studied long, and is the professional we go to and in whom we trust, same like with a lawyer or accountant. This doctor misused your trust and betrayed you. It was perfectly normal of you to trust him, not at all stupid. Hell – if we can’t trust a doctor, whom are we supposed to trust??

    It is absolutely disgusting this doctor betrayed you, and you are suffering because of this. I certainly hope that your removal surgery goes well and you recover fine without any complications.

    Now to your specific questions. There are 2 things I’d like to address – with your permission.

    Number 1 is you mentioned the ED problems you had were possibly mild psychological issues, and that you are fine 75% of the time. That puts you in the majority of all males around the globe, no doubt about that my friend. I’ve had many an occasions when I struggled with getting an erection, or maintaining it. It was often due to stress – at work, at home, being tired, relationship crap, bit overwhelmed – you name it, I can relate to that.

    Sometimes psychological issues may go away over time. But if not, there is something you can do about the psychological reasons of ED – you can do Self-EMDR.

    I have used it successfully, and have recommended it to a handful of guys who confided in me having some anxiety about getting erections. It has also worked very well for them. It is easy to learn (20 minutes max), and so easy to do you’ll be amazed. I recommend you invest in the $10 the book costs, you can get it from Amazon here if you choose to do so; .

    I know it will help you.

    The 2nd question you have is whether the PRP Shot will help you, and I believe that it will.
    Combine it with the Self-EMDR technique to get rid of any issues that may cause you some worries about getting erections. After the PRP-Shot your penis will definitely be naturally thicker and stronger, and your erections will last longer.

    One word of caution – make sure you wait until the recovery from your implant-removal surgery is complete, before you get the PRP-Shots done, give your penis enough time to heal.

    Let me know how it goes, and I wish you the best of luck and success with your surgery.

  14. Tim

    Hi. Did you feel any discomfort after taking prp shot. I took one yesterday and I am feeling lot of discomfort.Since the doc injected blood in to penis, it got bigger and I am not sure when it will return to normal size. Now I feel blood still stays in my penis and head of penis goes inside. Did u feel anything like that?

  15. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Tim, thanks for your message.

    I suggest you contact your doctor immediately and go back to have this checked out, because your penis really shouldn’t be swelling up like that, and it definitely shouldn’t stay swollen for such a long time.

    I’ve had it done 4 times now… and I NEVER had a reaction like you describe, or any swelling or discomfort. I only once had a tiny bruise on one of the injection spots and that went away after 2 days, but I had no discomfort with that either.

    Each time that I went to have it done I was able to have sex the next day without any problems, so your situation sounds to me that something went wrong. Best to have it looked at.

  16. MannyA

    I am 34 yrs old and i am having trouble keeping an erection long enough or hard enough for sex. I have my appt on Tuesday for the shot. My urologist told me it will help. He also have me 20mg of Viagra to take daily. Would I have hopeful results?

  17. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Manny,

    good to hear from you. Yes, I believe you will have great results from this. The PRP Shot will give you a fuller, stronger, harder penis. I’m not sure why your urologist is also prescribing Viagra, but it won’t harm you of course. The 20mg tablets are fine.

    However – I would NOT take Viagra daily, at least not for a longer time. Unless of course you want to have sex every day, which is great if you get it .

    But I wouldn’t bother taking them on days where you are not having sex, that’s total waste of time and money.

    I’ll include some information on Viagra and its side-effects for you further down.

    The only side effects I ever had from Viagra is s light, dull headache a few hours later, but nothing bad enough to take painkillers. And my face feels a bit flushed for a while from the opening up of blood vessels, that is normal.

    But don’t take it every day.

    One thing I’d like you to consider – it could very well be that your erection problems may come from stress, or some bad emotions getting you down. Have a good hard think about whether that may be effecting you as well.

    We all get stressed, we all have emotional wounds, have been ridiculed , laughed at, humiliated at times.

    I sure know I have.

    These bad emotions can come back to bite us when we want to perform in bed, and can create problems. If you suspect that this the case with you, then I recommend you get yourself this clever book.

    I have used it myself successfully, and also recommended it to a number of guys who also had great results with it. It teaches you quickly and easily how to banish stress and bad emotions, and make them go away for good.

    I give you a link to it so you can check it out yourself:

    Here is the info on Viagra:
    How to take VIAGRA (sildenafil) for erectile dysfunction

    Before you take sildenafil, read the manufacturer’s printed information leaflet from inside the pack. It will give you more information about the tablets and will provide you with a full list of the side-effects which you may experience from taking them.
    Take sildenafil exactly as your doctor tells you to. It is intended to be taken before sexual activity – it is NOT for continuous daily use. You should take one tablet about an hour before you plan to have sex, although it may still be effective up to five hours after taking the tablet. You can take the tablet either before or after food but, if you have just eaten a large meal, it may take longer for it to work.
    There are three strengths of sildenafil tablets: 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg. It is likely that you will be given the 50 mg strength tablet to begin with, but this may be changed subsequently depending upon how you react. Each time you collect a prescription, check to make sure it contains the strength of tablet you are expecting.
    If you have been supplied with a brand of tablet called Nipatra®, these are chewable tablets. Chew the tablet before you swallow it.
    Do not take more than one dose of sildenafil in any 24-hour period.

    Getting the most from your treatment

    You and your partner will still need to engage in foreplay, just as you would if you were not taking a medicine for erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil will not cause an erection unless you are sexually aroused.
    Do not drink large amounts of alcohol before you plan to take sildenafil. Drinking too much alcohol can reduce your ability to get an erection and this may prevent you from getting the maximum benefit from the tablets.
    It is recommended that you do not drink grapefruit juice with sildenafil. This is because there is a chemical in grapefruit juice which can increase the amount of sildenafil in your bloodstream and this makes side-effects more likely.
    Keep your regular appointments with your doctor so your progress can be monitored. If you feel the tablets are too strong for you, discuss this with your doctor as your dose may need to be reduced. Alternatively, if you do not get an erection after taking sildenafil, or if it does not last long enough for you to have sex, you should discuss this with your doctor – do not take more tablets than you have been told to.
    You should not take sildenafil if you are using any other products or taking any other medicines to treat erectile dysfunction.

    Can sildenafil cause problems?

    Along with their useful effects, most medicines can cause unwanted side-effects although not everyone experiences them. The table below contains some of the most common ones associated with sildenafil. You will find a full list in the manufacturer’s information leaflet supplied with your medicine. The unwanted effects often improve as your body adjusts to the new medicine, but speak with your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following continue or become troublesome.
    Very common sildenafil side-effects (these affect more than 1 in 10 men) What can I do if I experience this?
    Headache Ask your pharmacist to recommend a suitable painkiller
    Common sildenafil side-effects (these affect less than 1 in 10 men) What can I do if I experience this?
    Flushing, feeling sick, indigestion, blocked nose These should soon pass
    Feeling dizzy, visual changes such as blurred vision or colour distortion If either of these happen, do not drive or use tools or machines until your reactions/vision have returned to normal

    Important: if your erection lasts for longer than four hours, or if you get chest pains or a sudden loss of vision, contact a doctor for medical attention straightaway.

    If you experience any other symptoms which you think may be due to the tablets, speak with your doctor or pharmacist for further advice.
    How to store sildenafil

    Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children.
    Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat and light.

    Important information about all medicines

    If you buy any medicines, check with a pharmacist that they are safe to take with your other medicines.

    Never take more than the prescribed dose. If you suspect that you or someone else might have taken an overdose of this medicine, go to the accident and emergency department of your local hospital. Take the container with you, even if it is empty.

    If you are having an operation or dental treatment, tell the person carrying out the treatment which medicines you are taking.

    This medicine is for you. Never give it to other people even if their condition appears to be the same as yours.

    Do not keep out-of-date or unwanted medicines. Take them to your local pharmacy which will dispose of them for you.

    If you have any questions about this medicine ask your pharmacist.

    Good luck with your appointment on Tuesday, and let me know how it goes. I love to read success stories!

    1. Antonios

      Hi. Thank you for responding, you’re a gentleman. I know you said you are no Dr but I want to ask you, anyway. I’m 45, no problems getting or maintaining an erection, my interest was strictly for extra girth… in your opinion, is it worth it in that respect? And, would I be out of line in asking a ball park figure of the cost involved? Thank you for your time. Looking forward to your reply.

  18. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    No problem Antonios, I’m happy to give my opinion on the subject.
    It’s great you have no problems getting or maintaining an erection.

    So that pretty much answers it for me then – you might not need the PRP shot. Its main purpose is to help with ED (Erectyle Disfunction) , not necessarily for increasing the girth of your penis. That is sometimes a nice by-product of the PRP shot. But it does not happen 100% of the time.

    On your question of “is it worth ” the investment, only to get more girth…for me, I wouldn’t do it only for the girth. Because you have the cost of the penis pump, that’s around $200 for a good quality one, plus the cost of the PRP shot.

    I don’t know where you live, I am from New Zealand. So it costs me $450 kiwi dollars each time I have a PRP shot, which is every 9 months or so. That would be 280 Euro, or $320 US dollars. But I don’t know what the actual price is that doctors in Europe or the US charge for a PRP shot, you have to make some inquiries my friend.
    I hope this helps. To sum it up – just for more girth I wouldn’t do it.
    take care, all the best, Max

  19. serkan

    Is there really an effect on the length and thickening of the p-shot penis? How much thickening and elongation is there in you without using a pump?

  20. PRP Shot Reviewer Post author

    Hi Serkan, thanks for your question. Yes, you do get more thickness of your penis (girth) with the PRP-Shot, but not any additional length.

    The best results you will get if you combine the PRP Shot with a good quality Penis-Pump. There are some recommended pumps you can find on Amazon :

    A tutorial on how to best use a penis-pump you find here:
    Hope this helps, all the best, Max

  21. Tassawer

    I am 41 and my erections are weak and hard to maintain had a Doppler scan done recently and have been diagnosed with venous leak thus softer erections and have second appointment with nhs nurse who going to teach me penis pump.
    My question to you is I was thinking of getting shockwave therapy for my ed problem and also combine it with prp shot do you think this will help or should I just continue with penis pump.

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