PRP Male Enhancement

What is the PRP male injection used for?
The PRP male injection is based on PRP therapy used in recovery from muscle and joint injuries and explored for treating chronic health conditions.

In all cases, it's considered an experimental treatment.

In short, the PRP male injection has been used as an alternative treatment in cases including:

  • erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • Lichen sclerosis
  • Pyronine's disease, a condition in which scar tissue makes the penis curve when it's erect
  • Penis enhancement
  • General sexual function, performance, and orgasm enhancement

So, does it work?

All we have to go on is anecdotal. If it works to enhance sexual function, no one knows why, whether it's repeatable or not, what outcomes are, or how safe it is.

Orgasms happen (and don't happen) for a number of physical, mental, and emotional reasons. A shot may not actually do anything for the root cause of your ability to have orgasms.

The benefits of this treatment on sexual performance may be attributed to:

  • Increased blood flow
  • Repair responses in some tissue or cells
  • New neural pathways being established (from new experiences and positive reinforcement)

What we know about PRP for sexual function

  • A 2019 review of current research on PRP for male sexual dysfunction found there is no research to clearly show the benefits, safety, and risks of this procedure.
  • Another 2019 review Trusted Source found that there was extremely limited evidence Trusted Source that PRP had a positive impact on ED.
  • And another 2019 review concluded that the studies that have been done on PRP for male sexual function are too small and not well-designed.
  • In a 2017 study of 1,220 people, PRP was combined with the daily use of a vacuum pump to enlarge the penis. While participants experienced increased penis length and girth, this can be achieved by a penis pump alone, and the effect is temporary. Use of the pump can physically draw blood into the penis for a period of time. But using one of these too often or for too long can actually damage tissue in the penis, and lead to erections that are not as firm.


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We Accept Most Insurance Providers

We are in network with hospitals such as St. Lukes, St. Alphonsus, and West Valley.


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