Reviews of the Priapus Shot® Procedure

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    1. Dwyane,

      Is your pump a single cylinder all-in-one pump or does it have a detachable cylinder? If the latter, those come in various sizes and you can order another one. Specifically, Dr. Joel Kaplan sells pumps and is who many of us order from. The cylinder should not be so tight as to cut off circulation and your penis should not be touching all sides of the cylinder when fully erect. You should be able to remove the cylinder/pump easily when erect. Be sure to use a water-based lubricant when using the pump and do not pump more than 10 min twice a day at a pressure of no higher than 7-10 mm Hg if your pump has a gauge.

      -Emily Porter, MD
      Austin, TX

  1. If you are a South Florida patient, avoid Dr Chenven in Broward County. Really, $250 for a consultation? If a Dr. won’t do the consultation and instead attempt to pawn you off on a staff member, or sales person, , avoid that practice. If the Dr. wants to charge you for a consultation, avoid them as well. Stated on the phone they don’t disclose price over the phone and that I needed to see the Dr directly and then when I arrived (45 min drive there) then told me it’s $250 to meet with the Dr. I walked out. Dr’s have seen me and consulted for free. Any Dr should explain why you should use them.

  2. I am 51. Overweight, latent autoimmune diabetes, Multiple sclerosis, neuropathy.
    I have a very small penis in length, and have not had anything resembling an erection in ten years.
    ED pills have had zero effect.
    I once tried 60mg of Cialis and had no erection and horrible backache to show for it.
    Is the shot and/or shock therapy worth trying, or am I too far gone?

    1. Jim,

      I would recommend a trial of Trimix in a physician’s office. It is a combination of drugs that cause blood to flow into the penis if the blood vessels are able to fill. Tiny amount in an insulin needle. Think of it as Viagara in a needle. The physician can go up in dose. In my experience, if I am able to give a man an erection with Trimix, he is someone who may benefit from the Priapus Shot and shockwave therapy. In the meantime, I teach him how to do Trimix at home. If the man has zero response from Trimix, the arterial disease is very severe. In your case, you have the double whammy of MS causing both nerve damage and diabetes causing nerve damage and arterial damage. My suggestions to you:
      1. Keep your hemoglobin A1C below 6.
      2. Walk as much as your MS allows; ideally 21 miles/week.
      3. 10 mg Cialis daily, then 100 mg Viagra as needed 1 hour prior to intercourse.
      4. Eval by a physician who is comfortable with Priapus Shot, shockwave therapy, and Trimix. If Trimix works, I’d start shockwave and do 2 Priapus Shots. If no response from Trimix, I’d consult with a urologist for possible placement of a penile pump.

      Hope that helps.

      -Emily Porter, M.D.
      Austin, TX

  3. I just got the P-shot but they used embryonic fluid. So far much increase in girth. I pump 2 times a day for 10 minutes. Not sure yet on length but erections and flaccid state are impressive. Wife notices. I also had a laser treatment after the shot. I do recommend it. You won’t be a new porn star but your confidence will increase and your partner will enjoy the new you. I will update later as time goes on.

    1. RCV,

      I’m glad to hear you are having a good experience so far. Was your provider a member of our group? ( Did they use a product called Amnion? Also, did you have a laser treatment or something called extracorporeal shockwave therapy (i.e. GAINSWave or similar)? How long after the Priapus Shot did they do that? I ask because it is more beneficial to do any sort of shockwave or other treatments BEFORE the Priapus Shot. Any kind of treatments in the next 3 weeks or so may disrupt the integrity of the platelets once they from the Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrin (PRFM). This may adversely affect your results. You should also avoid smoking as well as systemic steroids such as prednisone and NSAIDs (ibuprofen, Aleve, aspirin) for 6-8 weeks after your procedure for optimal results.

      I look forward to hearing your progress. Most people really start to notice a big change around 2 months in.

      -Emily Porter, M.D.
      Austin, TX

    1. Unfortunately they do not at this time. They also do not pay for the O-Shot. Both work wonderfully, and all certified providers offering the procedures should refund your money if they don’t make you well. I usually do a second shot at 3 months if no improvement. Most men prefer that over the refund because 1) they have experienced the procedure and know there is very little discomfort and 2) they want to be well.

      Emily Porter, MD
      Austin, TX

  4. I recently received the P Shot with Dr. Emily Porter, and the results have been more than I expected. While I was prepared to see results over a couple weeks or months, I actually saw in increase in erection size and sensitivity in under a week. I did not tell me wife about the procedure, but she definitely noticed something was different. She not only commented on how I felt, she has initiated sex more in the last three weeks than she has in the last ten years. While I didn’t actually have ED before the procedure, I knew I wanted to feel more like my younger self. The results already have been more than worth it! I cannot recommend this procedure or Dr. Porter high enough.

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