31 East Darrah Lane
Lawrence Township, NJ 08648

What is P-Shot®?

The P-Shot, or Priapus Shot, is a medical process where platelet-rich plasma (PRP) obtained from the patient’s own blood, which contains increased levels of platelets, growth factors, and other biologically active compounds, is injected into the penis. The purpose of the P-Shot is to encourage tissue regeneration and boost blood circulation in the penis, potentially resulting in enhanced sexual function and performance.

How is P-Shot® intended to be used?

P-Shot® is intended for addressing sexual dysfunctions concerning the penis such as erectile dysfunction (ED), Peyronie’s Disease (PD), stress urinary incontinence (SUI), and male genital lichen sclerosus. It’s important to consult with a qualified medical professional before considering this procedure to understand the potential risks, benefits, and alternatives.

How does P-Shot® work?


Blood Draw Process:

  • Upon arrival at the office, a blood draw is conducted similar to routine lab work.
  •  The drawn blood is rapidly spun in a centrifuge machine using a dual-spin process.
  • This process separates platelets and growth factors, resulting in a highly concentrated solution.

Genital Numbing Procedure:

  • Before platelet extraction, the genital area is numbed with a cream for 15 minutes.
  • Additional numbing through a lidocaine nerve block is available if necessary.
  • The treatment is emphasized as relatively painless compared to traditional surgeries.

PRP Injection Process:

  • The prepared PRP, often referred to as “liquid gold,” is injected using a small 27-gauge needle.
  • Half of the solution is injected at the base, shaft, and glans of the penis on both sides.
  • This injection activates growth factors, stimulating stem cells, blood vessel formation, and neurogenesis, potentially revitalizing your sex life.

Postoperative Regimen:

  • The official P-Shot® regimen includes the use of a penis pump for 15 minutes twice a day for six weeks after the procedure.
  • Combining the use of a penis pump with PRP injections can enhance outcomes, especially for those concurrently using medications.
  • Notably, half of individuals using the P-Shot® alongside medication reported a reduction in their reliance on drugs.

What are the typical treatment areas?

The treatment area for P-Shot® includes the base of the penis, the shaft of the penis, and both sides of the glans of the penis.

How is a P-Shot® different from other ED treatments?

The P-Shot® stands out as a unique treatment with several advantages compared to traditional methods for addressing sexual dysfunction. It involves an injection that utilizes your own bodily tissue, eliminating the need for medications and allowing your body to tap into its natural regenerative processes. This autologous feature also eliminates the risk of allergic reactions, which can occur with other treatment options.

By modulating the vasculature of the penis, this procedure gets to the root of sexual conditions like ED, addressing poor circulation by creating new pathways for blood to flow into the penis instead of merely masking symptoms. If you’re already taking medications for ED, the P-Shot® can complement drugs like Cialis, expanding the network for blood flow into the relaxed penile muscles.

The benefits of the P-Shot® include:

  • Improving the appearance of the penis.
  • Enhancing blood circulation through angiogenic factors.
  • Providing a more fulfilling sexual experience.
  • Boosting sexual performance with stronger, firmer erections resulting from neurogenesis.
  • Restoring confidence and self-esteem, alongside physical healing.

While some improvements in penis size and morphology are immediately noticeable after the procedure, the extent and duration of sexual improvement can vary from patient to patient. Enhanced erections, for example, may last for approximately 18 months.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of P-Shot treatments required is different for everyone. While some may find improvement after just one treatment, others may choose to have multiple sessions to achieve more substantial and enduring results. It’s advisable to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the best treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and objectives.

How long is the typical treatment?

P-Shot® typically takes around 30 minutes to an hour. The process for the P-Shot has many steps including the drawing of blood, the processing of PRP, and the administering of the injection, so the exact time of the treatment can vary depending on those individual steps.

Is the recovery time long?

There’s almost no downtime with P-Shot®, so you can get the treatment, walk out of our office and get on with your day!

Is P-Shot® considered surgery?

No, P-Shot® is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment!

What are the potential side effects?

Potential side effects of the P-Shot® can include pain/discomfort, swelling or bruising, numbness of changes in sensitivity. Other complications may occur but they are very rare; please consult with a certified healthcare provider to discuss the potential side effects of the P-Shot in more detail.

Is the treatment painful?

P-Shot® is known to be a low-pain, low-risk procedure. A local anesthetic is used in the treatment area, making the treatment almost painless.

Can I receive a P-Shot® if I have a certain condition?

It’s important to consult with a healthcare provider to discuss your specific needs and any considerations before the procedure. If you have the following conditions, they may be contraindications (circumstances that indicate a particular technique should not be used):

  • Penile Implants
  • Coagulation Disorders (Hemophilia)
  • Use of anticoagulants
  • Thrombosis
  • Presence of tumor or cancerous conditions
  • Active sexually transmitted infection (STI)

How do I know whether a P-Shot® is right for me?

P-shot may work for you if you suffer from:


Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Symptoms: Inability to have or keep an erection, decreased sexual drive


Peyronie's Disease (PD)

Symptoms: Drastic bending/arching, shortening, or pain of the penis.


Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Symptoms: Involuntary urine leakage from pressure-inducing activities (sneezing, sex, switching position)


Male Genital Lichen Sclerosus

Symptoms: Discolored, inflamed patches that can lead to itchiness and pain in of the genitals

You can consult a qualified medical professional to see if a P-Shot® is right for you. Our office is available for consultations at 31 East Darrah Lane, Lawrence Township NJ. To schedule an appointment, call the following number: 609-587-9944

Pre-Treatment Instructions

To reduce the chance of any adverse side effects, we recommend doing the following things (unless your physician says otherwise):

  • Notify your provider of any medications, supplements, or topical products you currently use, as they can advise on whether you should temporarily stop using them.
  • Keep the treatment area clean of any substances such as lotion or oils.
  • Follow the precise pre-treatment guidelines given by your healthcare provider to achieve the best outcomes and reduce the risk of potential complications.

This section should only serve as additional information; this is NOT a substitute for your physician’s pre-treatment instructions.