The P-shot was developed by Dr. Charles Runels. The indication for this injection in men is to improve the size of the penis and to improve the sensitivity. As men age, the penis loses size and loses the ability to form and maintain a good erection. Fortunately for men, there has been the addition of medication such as Viagra and Cialis but, even with those, there can still be a problem. Here is how this process works.
Prior to your visit with me, you should measure the diameter of your erect penis (you will see later why this is important). I then take some blood from you (just like a blood test at the lab). At this time, you will apply some numbing cream to the penis.
This blood then goes through a special process which takes about half an hour. This process concentrates the platelets in your blood, which are the cells that carry the growth factors and healing cells that allow repair and regeneration of your tissues. These cells (PRP) are then injected in to specific areas of the penis. Although this sounds painful, it is not. After the injection, you will apply a vacuum pump to the penis. This helps to keep the PRP in the penis and also helps to improve oxygenation. This is left on for about 10 minutes.
There is no pain after the procedure although there may be small bruises on the skin that last a few days. There is no recovery time and intimacy can resume whenever you like. As this is a healing procedure, it may take 6-8 weeks before you see the true benefit.
You will also be given your vacuum pump to take with you and it is recommended that you use this for about 10minutes 2-3 times per week for optimum results.
This is a harmless procedure using no drugs, only your own blood. It can be repeated if necessary and can enhance the effects of medication such as Viagra or Cialis.
The O-Shot ®
The O-shot was developed by Dr. Charles Runels. This treatment is used for the following indications in the female:
- Enhancement of sexual sensitivity and response
- Treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
- Treatment for vaginal atrophy (dryness) in the menopause
- Treatment for lichen sclerosis (skin changes on the genitals)
On your visit for this procedure, we first draw some blood from you (just like having a blood test at the lab). This then goes through a special preparation that takes only about half an hour. This preparation concentrates the platelets in your blood, which are the cells that carry the growth factors and healing cells for repair and regeneration of your tissues. At the same time, you are given some numbing cream to apply to the area to prevent any pain sensation.
The concentrated cells (PRP) are then injected in to a special part of the vagina (the G-spot) and also in to the clitoris. Most women find these injections painless after the numbing cream. The results of increased sensitivity will sometimes happen very quickly, but, as this is basically a healing, or regenerating process, you have to allow 6-8 weeks for a true response.
The big advantage here is that there are no drugs or medications, just using your own blood. The procedure can be repeated if it loses its effect. There is no downtime or recovery time. For menopausal women there is no worry about using vaginal oestrogen. For urinary incontinence, it often stops the need for medications, many of which have quite unpleasant side effects.
For more information, go to www.oshot.info.
Couple who wanted to improve their sex life become the first in Britain to have a vampire facial 'down there'. So did it work?
- Kim Kardashian sparked the Vampire Facial beauty trend in 2013
- Charl Chapman, 48, and Nina Howell, 38, tried procedure down below
- Known as the Orgasm-Shot for women and the P-Shot for men
- Performed by Dr Kannan Athreya at The Private Clinic in Essex
- Experts claim it can re-sensitive and improve sexual intercourse
When the world saw Kim Kardashian undertake a Vampire Facial, it sparked a whole new – and rather gory - beauty trend.
Scores of women, from Ferne McCann to Anna Friel, followed suit by drenching themselves in their own ‘platelet-rich plasma’, otherwise known as PRP, to turn back - or, at least, momentarily stop - the appearance of time by boosting collagen with fresh blood cell production.
But, as yet, no famous faces have taken it as far as Charl Chapman, 48, and Nina Howell, 38, from Essex, who have become Britain’s first couple to undergo the procedure in a far more intimate place.
Charl Chapman (right) and Nina Howell (left) have become Britain’s first couple to undergo the platelet-rich plasma or PRP procedure down below in a bid to improve their sex life