Reviews of the Priapus Shot® Procedure

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  1. I am a 67 yr. old and have been doing the injection therapy for ED with moderate success. My real issue is that I have lost nearly all sensitivity in my penis. I have to go so long to achieve climax, that it is painful for my wife, and often difficult for me to maintain an erection for that long. Will the Priapus shot substantially increase my sensitivity? Also, my local reference from your list says absolutely no refunds. This is a lot of money. I am really torn on doing this unless I have more encouragement that it will help me with my problem.

    1. Hi Brad I have the same problem no sensitivity. I have been thinking of trying the Priapus shot. Did it help you much and what was the cost .
      Bob here

    2. Hi Brad,

      The P-shot can help with sensitivity for many men as well as improved erection quality. In regards to providers and cost in your area, it may be best to personally call the provider you are interested in seeing and discuss your concerns with them. Good luck and if you have any further questions, do not hesitate to reach out to me at or visit my website at

  2. Hello, I had the priapus shot about 24 hours ago. Dr. Runel, have you heard of patients finding it difficult to have an erection after the procedure? This has happened to me and am hoping its normal and will return back to my normal ability and then better. Does the PRP thats injected get resorbed into the body or stay in the penis? Its hard for me to gauge the volume of the prp vs swelling.

    1. As a follow up to this.. I only had difficulty for that day. 5 days into the treatment and I can definitely feel a postive change in my performance.

    2. I couldn’t get hard at all during the first night (Lidocaine wearing off I think). And then throughout the first week I had some trouble getting fully hard. It went back to normal after about a week and now they are firmer than pre-procedure.

  3. Charlie I had prostrate removed 3-2001 no problem 9-2016 37treatments radation from waist down I was dead 12-2016 p shot 1200.00 4wieeks later I was a lot better with 100mg via. Good things happen.

  4. I had pshot done a week ago and have been pumping daily. Had some bruising, haven’t really noticed any effect yet. I can pump for 3 weeks, but then am traveling abroad and won’t be able to pump. Am I doomed if I stop after 3 weeks (I could possibly resume on week 6).

    1. Pman,

      Bruising is normal after any type of injection and should resolve after a few days. If you are not able to continue to use the pump for the remainder of the 3 weeks then resume when you return. There is no clear indicator that not using the pump for the latter 3 weeks will affect your results dramatically however ideally it is recommended to maintain pump use for 6 weeks. You do the best you can with the circumstances that you are given. You may possibly substitute the pump during that time with manual stimulation to achieve erections which is commonly what is done for men that undergo penile rehabilitation from surgeries etc. Good luck and update us on your results.

      1. At 5 weeks the results are good. Erection quality is now very strong and penis has noticeably grown in size. My wife is pleased.

  5. Demographics: 34, Caucasian, healthy and in shape, no erectile dysfunction and no Peyronie’s Disease
    Flaccid size pre-procedure: varied at around 5″
    Flaccid size six weeks post-procedure: 6″
    Erect size pre-procedure: 7.75 x 5.5
    Erect size six weeks post-procedure: 7.75 x 5.5
    Goals for procedure: primarily sensitivity increase and mild size increase (1/2 an inch more of length and girth)

    I decided to give this procedure a try in early January 2017. I’d seen mostly mixed reviews but wanted to experience it for myself. A doctor I have been seeing for over 12 years performed the procedure. The procedure itself was not difficult at all. The doctor extracted blood from my arm, and I was surprised at how much was taken out, but it was fine. Then he had me rub Lidocaine on my penis, wrap it in plastic wrap, and let it absorb for about an hour. I was completely numb and could not feel the needle at any point. He put two shots on each side of the shaft, one on the top of the head, and one in the tip along the underside of the head, and I believe one shot at the base. The whole thing took five minutes. I remained fairly numb for about six hours after the procedure, and had some mild bruising that lasted about a week.

    Now onto the pumping. Having to use a pump was the primary concern for me about this procedure. I have never wanted to engage in pumping at all – seems dangerous and time consuming. When choosing the size of the cylinder, be sure to add about two inches to your erect length, because the pump is going to stretch your penis quite a bit. The cheaper pumps were around $80 but keep in mind they accommodate 8 inches maximum of pumped length. If you need any larger than that, the pump prices jump to the $200 range. So if you’re normally like 6.5 or more inches in length, you may need to buy one of the more expensive ones to accommodate for the temporary size increase from the suction. Choose wisely because these devices are expensive and non-returnable.

    When I had gotten home, I really struggled with the pumping. I couldn’t get a tight seal, even with a gel insert to help seal it. I couldn’t use that because the pump kept sucking it up the cylinder. When I could get it sealed properly, I could’t tolerate the suction for more than 30 seconds at a time. How people do this daily for 20 minutes I’ll never know. It’s like a torture chamber for your penis. My doctor said I had to do it twice a day for 20 minutes for at least a week, but recommended one month. I did it for seven days, not terribly successfully as I describe in this paragraph. My aftercare instructions stated pumping would increase size but slow the increase in sensitivity gain, so I didn’t overdo it on pumping since I was mostly going for sensitivity.

    It is supposed to take 12 weeks to achieve full results, but here is what I’ve noticed so far, six-weeks in:
    1) My primary goal was an increase in penis sensitivity. I have noticed a small increase so far, but it’s hard to quantify. It’s certainly nothing dramatic.
    2) So far, my penis has had zero increase in length or girth when erect. I am still hoping to achieve even a minimal increase in size, but I’m not counting on it.
    3) One thing I can say with certainty is the size of my penis when flaccid is larger. I attribute this to the improvement of skin texture and elasticity that I’ve noticed since the procedure. It increased from about 5″ soft to 6″ soft with more girth as well. The interesting thing is it seems to remain consistent. Previously the flaccid size fluctuated considerably, whereas now it seems to always be the same size.
    4) My erections do seem firmer. I did not have any erectile dysfunction prior to the procedure so I cannot say if it would aid with that.

    My overall thoughts: If you have $1500 to spare and wanna give it a try, go for it. Again, these are only preliminary results for me. I would say that pumping is essential if you want to obtain an increase in size, but pumping was horrible for me and not worth it. Also, I am skeptical that this procedure itself increases size, because if you have to pump to grow bigger, that would suggest it’s really just the pumping procedure doing all the work. I appreciate the mild sensitivity increase, but it’s not an increase that justifies $1500. I will be 100% satisfied if there is a significant increase in sensitivity in the next six-weeks as a result of the procedure. I think you can expect to see results from this procedure, but from my experience adjust your expectations.

    I will update with any improvement or lack thereof after the full 12 weeks.

    1. HI Jeremy, try trimming Back your pubic hair that will give you a better seal. Use some type of lotion also. This is what I do when I pump and have no problem with sealing tube.

  6. I am 72 and have been in good health and physically fit, I lost my prostate due to cancer 14 years ago. The effect was devastating due to serious erectile disfunction. This last year things became unbearable due to very low testosterone. I am getting hormone replacement therapy and things are improving but still poor. I can get a partial soft erection at best. Am I a good candidate for Priapus shot?

    1. Bruce,

      You may be a candidate for the P-shot. Although, nothing is 100% many men have had significant improvement in Erectile dysfunction with PRP and the P-shot. You would still need to maintain testosterone therapy to optimize overall sexual health. Also what I have noticed more so with my patients is that when partial erections or erections are significantly impaired that more than one injection is needed. Think of it as your baseline is not the same as someone who has good erections and wishing to maintain function and improve on that. Visit my website at for more information or you can email me directly with other questions at

  7. I’m having great success with these for penis enlargement. I’ve had 3 shots – each 4 months apart … followed by a daily pumping regime. To date, I’ve gained about half an inch in length (up to 6.25 inches) … and significant girth (close to 6 inches now). It’s the thickness that women seem to be really loving.

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