I suffer from ED due to venous leakage. I have asked the local providers about this and they say they do not know what results are typical in this instance. Can you please let me know if the shot works for such a case and how successful has it been. If it does work – Is it a slight improvement or in most cases a full improvement? Are the veins reconstituted or is it just the capillaries?
Patient question, please. 70 year old male presents to office stating that he has enjoyed 5-7 days of sexual activity with his wife status post penial implant at age 66. Reports prior to implant that he had to take Viagra daily/nightly in order to obtain an erection. Penis is 6 inches erect – 4 on outside and 2 that stays within canal with girth just under 2 cm. He is still able to ejaculate and has some sensation, however would like more. Would this individual benefit from the Priapus Shot in anyway, as he is under sure as am I about blood flow s/p implant. (By the way, the wife also enjoys sex daily and is 56 and scheduled an O-Shot!)
Answer. The consensus answer on this seems to be in 2 parts…
1. To NOT do the Priapus Shot® into the SHAFT post implant.
2. Priapus Shot® into the GLANS may be helpful.
Please pay very careful attention to their answers from the urologists in our group of Priapus Shot® providers.
Providers and patients feel free to add to the comments.
I have some damage resulting from a prolonged erection that I had .I had to receive emergency treatment. I have received 2 rounds of the Priapus shots. 1st round was around May 28. the next was around end of August. I received both from the Mens clinic in Memphis, Tn. I am very pleased with the results. I seems that the scarring that I could detect on the right side of my penis has almost gone away and I also have noticed at least an inch increase in length. My ED has not gone away but not near as severe. I have a couple of questions. Should I receive more rounds of the Priapus shots. They do seem to work. And should I be on a daily dose of Cialis to help with the ED? Thanks for your time and your work on this procedure. I truly believe your on to something. You are welcome to use my testimony and if you ever need a patient to teach your procedure I will gladly volunteer. I’m not at all shy and it would help reduce the cost. Looking forward to hearing your advise. I will also leave my phone # if you need to call.
(comments/answers from other providers and patients are welcome)…