The Priapus Shot ( PShot ) is an incredible nonsurgical procedure for male enhancement that offers fantastic results and benefits. Also known as the P-shot and M-shot, the Priapus shot uses platelet rich plasma to increase the size of the penis.
Platelet rich plasma injections into the penis provide immediately increased size, increased circulation, strengthening and straightening, and increased sensation and pleasure. The Priapus Shot leaves no lumpiness, causes no allergic reaction, and causes minimal pain.
How Does The Priapus Shot Work?
The Priapus Shot is a PRP (platelet rich plasma) based injection, meaning the injected material is derived from your own body fluid. Blood is drawn from the arm and put in a centrifuge where platelets are then separated out. These platelets release growth factors which create the basis for male enhancement. After a bit of numbing lidocaine is applied to the penis, the drawn platelets are injected into the penis as desired. Length, girth, and other benefits can be attained from this all-natural treatment.
As the injected material for the Priapus Shot is based on the patient’s own body fluid, side effects should be minimal: lumpiness, rejection, infection, and allergic reaction are not typical. Side effects may include swelling, redness, bruising, and pain as it typical with an injection. Some may experience various reductions in penile girth or length. This is typical and the results of the Priapus Shot are dependent on each person’s bodily reaction—some bodies absorb PRP more quickly.
Is The Priapus Shot Right for Me?
The Priapus Shot is a safe and affordable treatment for many men, though some may desire results that the Priapus Shot alone cannot fulfill, or that one treatment alone cannot accomplish. As with all aesthetic treatments, results cannot be guaranteed. Those with reasonable expectations from the procedure and who are in good general health typically see the best results. Only a consultation can truly determine if the Priapus Shot is right for you.
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Rhode Island (/ˌroʊd ˈaɪlənd/ ( listen)), officially the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. Rhode Island is the smallest in area, the eighth least populous, and the second most densely populated of the 50 U.S. states, following New Jersey. Its official name is also the longest of any state in the Union. Rhode Island is bordered by Connecticut to the west, Massachusetts to the north and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south via Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound. The state also shares a short maritime border with New York.
On May 4, 1776, the Colony of Rhode Island became the first of the Thirteen Colonies to renounce its allegiance to the British Crown, and it was the fourth among the newly sovereign states to ratify the Articles of Confederation on February 9, 1778. It boycotted the 1787 convention that drew up the United States Constitution and initially refused to ratify it; it was the last state to do so on May 29, 1790.