Who should avoid receiving the P-Shot?
While the P-shot is effective in treating most cases of erectile dysfunction (ED), some clients may have issues that are more complex and need to be addressed mentally. A Priapus shot can help tackle the physical components of ED, but it may not be able to solve psychological blocks. Stress, depression, and relationship problems can be huge factors in ED, so in these cases, the P-shot may not be enough to combat the condition.
You must undergo an in-depth consultation with our team to find the best approach for your health concerns. Be sure to let us know if you are taking any anti-depressants or other medications, as these may also play a role in causing ED.
How long will the P-Shot last?
Results with the P-shot will vary from client to client, but most find that their benefits continue to be rewarding for about one year after treatment. Undergoing multiple P-shot sessions can have cumulative benefits, so you may want to consider returning to the office sooner than at the 12-month mark. A booster P-shot can help regenerate healthy cells, keeping you fit and youthful longer. Because penile function depends on a healthy cardiovascular system, exercising regularly and abstaining from smoking will improve the longevity of your P-shot results considerably.